Will age of civility in American politics change Presidential campaign?
US politicians pledged to be less vitriolic in their rhetoric after the shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords. But will this last to the 2012 Presidential campaign?
President Palin coming soon for 2012?
At the annual Ronald Reagan dinner hosted by the Republican Party of Iowa, all the good folks who’ve paid $100 each for what looks like pork loin and doesn’t smell very appetising, are in no doubt that Sarah Palin is here to unofficially launch her bid for the White House in 2012.
The US healthcare debate creeps into TV fiction
The healthcare debate in America is slipping into popular TV dramas such as The Good Wife and House, blogs Sarah Smith.
Massachusetts vote makes it harder for Obama to bring change
The winning candidate in the Massachusetts senatorial election, Scott Brown, drove across the state in a truck whipping up anger about everything President Obama has done, and failed to do, in the one year he’s been in office.