In his latest flub, the Texas governor demonstrates why he is still the reigning champion of the political gaffe.
A look at the day's political happenings, including how you can be the first to find out Romney's VP pick and Liz Cheney comes to Sarah Palin's defense.
A look at the day's political happenings, including Arizona's special election, the fiscal damage done by George W. Bush's presidency and the latest on the controversial Florida voter purge.
A look at the day's political happenings, including Gabrielle Giffords on the campaign trail, the latest on Obama's private sector "gaffe" and why some influential Republicans think the answer to America's education woes is fewer teachers.
I wish Mitt Romney's cavalier dismissal of poverty in America could be chalked up as just another gaffe, but it's much worse than that.
In the same week that Presidents Obama and Sarkozy accidentally "outed" Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as a liar in front of a crowd of senior French journalists, WikiLeaks released a diplomatic cable showing Netanyahu feared being held responsible for his role in inciting the 1995 assassination of left-wing Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.
After glad-handing a difficult voter who told of her concerns about immigration, U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown retreated to the sanctity of his car, where he promptly described the woman as “bigoted." Unfortunately for Brown, he was wearing a live microphone at the time.
The presumptive Republican presidential nominee gets what might have been a terrorist fist jab from wife Cindy over an ill-considered crack on rising U.S. cigarette sales to Iran: "Maybe that's a way of killing them." Ha ha, funnyman. Lucky for him, the media is in a forgiving mood these days when it comes to the ex-jet jockey, as Max Bergmann points out.