Mitt Romney’s narrow Michigan victory over Rick Santorum shows conservatives yearn for a bolder vision – Whether Michigan and the win in Arizona will shut up Romney’s critics remains to be seen.
New York Daily News
Mitt Romney squeaked out a victory on Tuesday night over Rick Santorum in Michigan, beating him by about 3% and roughly splitting the states’s 30 delegates.
Romney Bounces Back
By Gary L. Bauer
First, I want to give you a brief summary of yesterday’s primaries. Governor Mitt Romney regained his footing last night by easily winning Arizona, and narrowly winning his home state of Michigan (41% to 38%) over Senator Rick Santorum.
Deja Vu All Over Again
Posted by Erick Erickson
I have, for the longest time, been convinced that the Republican candidates have a very slim chance of beating Barack Obama without a struggling economy. And while I still think it is true, I think the Democrats have handed the GOP a gift that could be turned into victory if the GOP plays its cards well.
For Religious Minorities in the Middle East – With Friends Like Obama, Who Needs Enemies?!
Posted by Rick Santorum
President Obama has an amazing ability to make Jimmy Carter’s foreign policies look good. Opposition to imperfect allies and support of radical Islamists has resulted in the almost-extinction of religious freedom for religious minorities – from the Copts in Egypt to the defenseless women and children who were slaughtered in Homs, Syria – in the Middle East.
Down to the wire in 2-man GOP race in Michigan
By Kasie Hunt and Thomas Beaumont
Republican Mitt Romney fought Saturday to prove he is the strongest challenger to President Obama, an increasingly difficult task given the tight race in his native state of Michigan against surging conservative Rick Santorum.
Politico proves Gingrich’s point for him on Obama and the Born Alive Infant Protection Act – Quite handily, in fact.
Posted by Moe Lane
OK, if you followed the debate in Arizona last night then you got to see Newt Gingrich consume a moderator’s liver for what may be the last time. The topic? Double standards in the media, particularly when it comes to ‘extremist’ positions.