The House speaker’s caucus will revolt if he caves on the fiscal cliff, GOP wonks tell Rich Galen.
Rich Galen is a Washington-based analyst and writer. He is publisher of Mullings.com. He was press secretary to Newt Gingrich when Gingrich was House GOP whip and was communications director of the speaker’s political office during that period.
The Romney team says it’s targeting people less inclined to vote—and is successfully cutting the president’s early-vote lead. By Rich Galen.
Romney acted as if he knew what was at stake, while Obama stumbled and fumbled around, says Rich Galen.
Ryan brings fiscal intellect to the Romney ticket—and knows the GOP budget plan better than anyone.
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Gingrich will do fine in a life out of politics, writes Rich Galen, who says the candidate might even get his old Fox gig back.
Political analyst Rich Galen offers a to-do list, from building relations with Boehner to courting the conservative press.
Gingrich’s boasts about his lean campaign looked empty after he got bulldozed by Romney’s ‘attack machine.’