Romney’s Tax Return Could Be a ‘Teaching Moment,’ Says Expert

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney relented to pressure and released two years of tax returns today, an action that an expert on investing and entrepreneurship believes can be used as a “teaching moment” to educate voters on the nation’s complicated tax structure. The Romney’s 2010 tax return shows the couple paid 13.9 percent in taxes,… Continue reading Romney’s Tax Return Could Be a ‘Teaching Moment,’ Says Expert

Santorum, Gingrich Children Play Vital Role in Dad’s Campaign

Charleston, S.C. – Voters are accustomed to seeing the spouses of political candidates stump for their better half’s on the trail. But in this week’s South Carolina primary, the children of two of the remaining GOP hopeful are fulfilling critical role in their father’s campaigns and in a unique ways. The children of the other… Continue reading Santorum, Gingrich Children Play Vital Role in Dad’s Campaign

Study: Presidential Candidates Expressing Their Faith May Be Turning Voters Off

Charleston, SC – A new poll released by LifeWay Research shows that presidential candidates who share their faith on the campaign trail may not be helping their cause. The results of this study may go against the strategy being implemented by at least two of the GOP candidates this week in South Carolina as they… Continue reading Study: Presidential Candidates Expressing Their Faith May Be Turning Voters Off

As SC Primary Looms, GOP Candidates Rush to Nab Undecided Values Voters

CHARLESTON, S.C. – With less than 48 hours until the South Carolina primary, GOP presidential candidates are hustling about to win over the state’s many still undecided, if not conflicted, Values Voters. Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum stopped in Mt. Pleasant, S.C., this afternoon to try to convince undecided voters why he is their best… Continue reading As SC Primary Looms, GOP Candidates Rush to Nab Undecided Values Voters