Mitt gets endorsements from those who insisted he was unfit.
Sunday, May 20, 2012
Sunday, March 18, 2012
The campaign trail turned green on St. Patrick's Day Weekend.
Meanwhile, Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul dressed up as leprechauns, because nobody believes in leprechauns.
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Modern day moms have choices, thanks to the radicals.
If Rick Santorum is to be believed, “the radical feminists succeeded in undermining the traditional family and convincing women that professional accomplishments are the key to happiness.” As I sit at my kitchen counter nursing my newborn and attempting to earn a living, I can’t help but think Ricky boy is full of crap. Yep, I’m a stay-at-home mom. I used to rock the suit every day. I worked in the Loop. I owned my own agency. I traveled the world. I climbed the corporate ladder. I hit the glass ceiling. I shattered it by choosing to stay at home with my kids. First of all, I’m not buying the idea that the traditional family is entirely undermined. Nor do I agree with the premise that professional accomplishments can’t make women happy. It…
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Naperville Patch will begin polling its readers on a regular basis to gauge their interest in the election, its candidates and what issues are most important to them.
With the departures of Jon Hunstman and Rick Perry last week, the pool of potential GOP presidential candidates is narrowing, and Patches in primary states continue to cover the race. Last weekend, Newt Gingrich scored a victory over Mitt Romney in South Carolina. Meanwhile, Gingrich is urging Rick Santorum to bow out of the Republican presidential race so conservatives can rally behind one "anti-Mitt Romney" candidate, according to CNN. As we gear up for the Illinois primary on March 20, we’re curious — if the election were today, and you had the entire GOP slate to choose from, who would be your presidential pick? Naperville Patch is polling its readers to gauge their interest in the election, the candidates and what issues are most …