Republicans are getting back to business in Minnesota. Tonight, delegates will hear from President Bush, Sen. Joe Lieberman and former Sen. Fred Thompson. Thompson’s job will be not only to boost John McCain but also to defend Sarah Palin. Is this a good idea or a mistake to discuss the media frenzy about Palin and her family?
Barack Obama says running for president gives him more executive experience than McCain running mate and Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. Is he right, or is the McCain campaign right in calling that claim “laughable”?
Hurricane Gustav slammed the Louisiana Gulf coast Monday morning at Category 2 intensity. The rebuilt levees in New Orleans are being tested and water is coming over the top of them but so far no breaches have been found.
The first day of the Republican National Convention was scrubbed as the party tries to be sensitive to the people affected by Hurricane Gustav. Is this the right response to show there are things much more important than conventions or is the GOP running scared after Katrina?
Former Democratic Party Chairman Don Fowler is apologizing after being caught on camera saying a hurricane during the week of the Republican convention shows that God was on the side of the Democrats. What do you think? Big deal or does everyone just need to lighten up?
After weeks of Democrats worrying that Barack Obama was unwilling to exchange punches with John McCain, Obama went right after the Republican nominee on Thursday night. Did this show the mettle that was missing? Or did Obama come across as another mud-slinging politician? Share your thoughts on the Obama speech and whether you think it makes him a solid favorite to win in November.
John McCain shocked just about everyone on Friday when he named first-term Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as his running mate. It’s a choice Republicans love. Was this just the kind of shake-up McCain need to generate buzz and excitement for his campaign or is gambling on a political novice? Will she appeal to many of Hillary Clinton’s supporters? Tell what you think.
Tonight we hear from Barack Obama, but what are your impressions of the first three days of the Democratic Convention? Who impressed you? Who made you want to wretch? And who might be an emerging star in the party like Obama was at the convention four years ago?
As the mainstream media forget about the crisis in Georgia during convention week, reporter Michael Totten shares the real story of what happened there earlier this month.
On Friday, we are expecting to hear John McCain announce his running mate for the Republican presidential ticket. Some say McCain hasn’t settled on his choice, but others suggest he has. Whether you support or oppose McCain, who should he choose? Where does he need help? Who and what should he avoid? Will this choice really change the race in a meaningful way?