January 16, 2019

Romney’s Trump Card for the Foreign Policy Debate

Mitt Romney has a chance to upstage Barack Obama at Monday’s upcoming foreign policy debate and use the strongest hand he has against Obama.  And it has nothing to do with Libya. Polls after their second debate highlight a source of strength for Mitt Romney that has consistently attracted likely voters to his candidacy.  While […]

Foreign Policy Won’t Matter in November

Print Email Text Size The Spectacle Blog By Reid Smith on 7.18.12 @ 12:14PM Yesterday, writing for Foreign Policy, Joshua Keating reviewed Romney’s “Short List” currently at play in the veepstakes. Six names, now familiar to the conservative commentary circuit (in order, alphabetical: Jindal, Pawlenty, Portman, Rubio, Ryan, Thune) were evaluated for electoral buzz and […]

Marco Rubio’s Foreign Policy

Print Email Text Size The Spectacle Blog By W. James Antle, III on 4.25.12 @ 12:30PM Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) really thinks George W. Bush was a fantastic president. In his major foreign policy address to the Brookings Institution, the possible Mitt Romney running mate puts himself strongly on the side of first-term Bush, Joe […]

Obama’s Foreign Policy

David Ignatius wrote in the Washington Post, “… foreign policy could actually be President Barack Obama’s strong suit as he campaigns next year.” American Thinker asked foreign policy experts if they agreed. Candidate Obama in 2008 criticized President George W. Bush for being a unilateralist and having an attitude of America First through superiority.  Obama […]

Huntsman to Challenge Romney on Foreign Policy

Print Email Text Size The Spectacle Blog By W. James Antle, III on 10.10.11 @ 12:58PM Eric McPike reports that Jon Huntsman is going to lay out a different foreign policy vision than Mitt Romney. Huntsman is rumored to not be a Romney fan. He has established himself as not being a fan of the […]