Romney’s tax returns reveal he pays a lower rate than typical middle-class families—and there's a lot we still don’t know.
Romney’s doomed political strategy was born out of the same kind of arrogant, hidebound thinking that now colors every aspect of his party’s political ideology.
Elizabeth Warren knocked Scott Brown out with a one-two punch: “Mitt Romney“ and a “Republican-controlled Senate.”
He’s already gotten what he really needs out of this election.
The chief sponsor of Pennsylvania’s voter ID throws in his thoughts on the “47 percent.”
The Massachusetts Republican says he’s an “independent senator.” But shouldn’t he answer the Romney question one way or the other?
His leaked remarks on Israel and Iran are more than mistakes—they prove Mitt Romney knows nothing about foreign policy.
Romney should not be so dismissive of the tax-avoiding class. After all, he's one of them.
Outside the Beltway, voters care more about Romney's poor policies than his political missteps.