Guess who's not happy that Gov. Rick Perry will compete in this weekend's GOP presidential debates in New Hampshire? Buddy Roemer. The former Louisiana governor thinks it's unfair that Perry gets to participate in the debates when the two candidates are performing equally poorly in the Granite State.Full Story
Ron Paul represents Congressional District 14 in Texas. He first served in Congress from 1976-77, then again from 1979-85 and again beginning in 1997.
Paul serves on the House Committee on Financial Services, where he is the chairman of the Oversight and Investigations subcommittee. He is also serves on the International Monetary Policy and Trade subcommittee, along with the House ...
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.Full Story
What's usually known in December before an election year won't be known now until February: Who's actually in these races?Full Story
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?Full Story
For the first Inside Intelligence survey of 2012, we waited until the morning after the Iowa caucuses to see what Texans thought Gov. Rick Perry should do after finishing fifth there.Full Story
Federal judges will have to move quickly if Texas is going to hold primary elections on April 3.Full Story
Supporters of business tycoon Donald Trump have filed paperwork to establish the Make America Great Again Party so that "The Donald" might still be able to run for president here. Could he actually win Texas?Full Story
On caucus eve, the political fortunes of the two Texans running for president stand in stark contrast.Full Story
Days before the Iowa caucuses, Gov. Rick Perry has released a polished online ad — "Win Iowa" — aimed at convincing the state's undecided Republicans.Full Story
Our annual must-listen, year-in-review spectacular featuring some of the TribCast's most memorable intros, guests, topics, and outtakes from 2011.Full Story