Romney’s selection of a running mate was, in method and outcome, presidential. It underscores how little in the last four years merits that adjective.
What Ryan told Human Events about a VP offer
The 2011 Human Events Conservative of the Year said to us that being asked to be vice president would take ‘some serious consideration.’
Paul Ryan’s selection electrifies GOP grassroots
It’s Romney-Ryan! The Human Events Conservative of the Year 2011 is tapped as Mitt Romney’s running mate after months of speculation.
Why Not Paul Ryan?
Opinion: Whomever Mitt Romney taps as VP, Democrats will accuse of wanting to destroy Social Security and Medicare. So why not pick someone who actually favors reform?
Paul Ryan: ‘Meet this moment, and bring about change from the debt-laden welfare state’
The 2011 Human Events Conservative of the Year has the intellect, will and determination to put America’s fiscal house in order. Will those qualities translate to joining Mitt Romney at the top of the Republican ticket?
Buckeye budgeteer: GOP Sen. Rob Portman
In many ways, Rob Portman is like Robert Taft in his early years as a senator: someone colleagues and Republicans outside Congress look to for guidance and leadership on key issues.
Articulate voice for growth and capitalism: Pennsylvania Sen. Pat Toomey
Veepstakes 2012: Any talk with Pat Toomey turns very quickly to policy and the issues that motivate him — mainly those related to the free market and freedom in general.
Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels remains prime player in national GOP
Veepstakes 2012: Daniels seeks to revive the Republican Party by “offering a vision bold enough for the American people.”
Looking beyond Jefferson’s job? Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell
Veepstakes 2012: Why the 56-year-old McDonnell is spoken increasingly of as a Republican vice presidential candidate.
Veepstakes 2012: Cathy McMorris Rodgers becoming a House stalwart
The congresswoman from Washington has quickly risen in the House to be front and center with leadership.
Veepstakes 2012: Rubio leads the pack
The junior senator is at the top of many a pundit’s list for Veep nod.
Who for no. 2: Contest for Veep begins
The choice for vice president this year will be critical. Our top picks, as well as their advantages and liabilities.