Former Massachusetts Governor and 2008 a candidate Mitt Romney has officially announced the formation of his 2012 Presidential exploratory committee. The announcement came in a YouTube video posted on Monday that was shot at the University of New Hampshire just hours after the presidential hopeful spoke to students on the campus. From the video's outset, Romney emphasized the importance of young people in the upcoming 2012 election. Refering to the UNH students he spoke to earlier, Romney said "Like young people all over the country, they wonder if they'll find good jobs when the graduate."
Whether you believe he is a hero or a nut, one thing about Glenn Beck is certain: his 2-year stint as a TV host for Fox News is coming to an end. Since joining the cable news giant in January 2009, Beck’s 5 p.m. show has achieved both remarkable success and failure. With President Obama in office, Beck became the king of controversy by criticizing the new administration. Throughout the past two years, he has thrown around words like “racist” and “communist,” and has sought to expose politicians and advisors like Van Jones and George Soros. At his peak, Beck reeled in an
On the cusp of the initiation for President Barack Obama’s reelection campaign, the Democratic party finds itself with many more announcements. The political landscape changes constantly and rapidly--today being no different. Current Chair of the Democratic National Committee Tim Kaine launched his Web site and announced his bid for the Virginia senate seat; vacated by the retiring Jim Webb. And quickly, a successor for Kaine turned President Obama’s selection of Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Shultz, a Florida congresswoman and a vice-chair to the DNC, becomes the first elected woman to cha
It is official: President Obama will seek re-election in 2012. Earlier today, Obama filed the papers to start his campaign, and he has launched a brand-new website and promotional video. This is certainly no surprise. Although Obama has faced some challenges during his first three years in office, he will make a strong push for a second term. If re-elected, Obama will be the 17th president to serve two terms. Compared to those that preceded him, Obama is in a favorable position. The unemployment rate is 8.8% and slowly falling. He has many donors willing to fund his campaign; i