On Twitter, Craig James Shrugs Off Google Bomb

Craig James, ESPN Analyst, SMU All American, one half of the Pony Express at SMU with Eric Dickerson, announces a Team Texas draft pick
Craig James, ESPN Analyst, SMU All American, one half of the Pony Express at SMU with Eric Dickerson, announces a Team Texas draft pick

No matter what internet search engines tell you, U.S. Senate candidate and former ESPN analyst Craig James never "killed 5 hookers." Like presidential candidate Rick Santorum, he's the victim of a so-called Google bomb.

For Perry, Quitting is Not an Option

Gov. Rick Perry at a rally on the morning of the Jan. 3, 2012, Iowa caucuses.
Gov. Rick Perry at a rally on the morning of the Jan. 3, 2012, Iowa caucuses.

Here's the problem for the Texas governor after his awful fifth-place showing in Iowa, as the specter of his first defeat has come into focus: He does not really know how to lose. 

Politicus Interruptus

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The bet here is that the U.S. Supreme Court wouldn't have taken the Texas redistricting case if they thought it was a good idea to hold elections using the San Antonio court's plan. If it was, why issue a stay, set arguments, and risk delaying the primaries?

Perry Down but Not Out, Supporters Say

Gov. Rick Perry announcing on Jan. 3, 2012, that he will return to Texas to reassess his campaign after a fifth-place finish in the Iowa caucuses.
Gov. Rick Perry announcing on Jan. 3, 2012, that he will return to Texas to reassess his campaign after a fifth-place finish in the Iowa caucuses.

Gov. Rick Perry may have seeemed like a dead man walking after his fifth-place finish Tuesday night in Iowa. But as Matt Largey of KUT News reports, Perry's pressing on, and his supporters still think he's the only candidate with the mettle to challenge Mitt Romney.