Elections

RSS Feed
NPR

New Hampshire Debate Left Us Really Ready For Some Football

Saturday night's debate changed nothing. Romney did nothing to hurt himself and his rivals did precious little to damage him either. All I can say is, thank goodness Sunday's debate is early. It should be a fading memory by the time Sunday's wild card games start.
NPR

GOP Candidates In Race To Prove Conservatism

Republican candidates are battling in New Hampshire this weekend, ahead of Tuesday's make-or-break primary. With six main candidates still in the race, a main point of contention among them is: Who's the REAL conservative?
NPR

Conservative Movement At Crossroads

Each of the Republican presidential candidate claims to be the true conservative — but who is? And what does that mean, anyway? Host Guy Raz looks at the state of conservatism particularly as it applies to the GOP candidates in a roundtable discussion with Dan McCarthy, editor of The American Conservative; Matthew Franck, director of the William E. and Carol G. Simon Center on Religion and the Constitution at the Witherspoon Institute in Princeton, N.J.; and Yaron Brook, president and executive director of the Ayn Rand Institute.
NPR

New Hampshire: Land Of Diversity. Really.

The small New England state, which holds its primary on Tuesday, may not be racially diverse. (In fact, it's 93.9 percent white.) But its residents defy stereotypes with their political independence. More voters in the state are registered "undeclared" than Republican or Democrat.
NPR

Santorum Could Play Airtime Catch-Up In Pair Of Weekend Debates

Rick Santorum has complained about being disregarded during a string of Republican presidential debates. The former Pennsylvania senator has a point, but should be at the center of attention during a pair of televised debates this weekend that lead into the New Hampshire primary.

Pages