Now the news is out that, not only did Ann Romney stay at home to care for her five boys, she didn't get a lick of help from maids or nannies.
Read all about it on the website Politicker
The Romneys' youngest boy Ben, 31, wrote this on his Facebook page: “Growing up, we never had a nanny or a ‘mommy’s helper.’ Never went to daycare."
Did the pot teach the kettle black?
Seems DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz hired Democratic strategist, CNN contributor and Ann Romney-insulter
Hilary Rosen to coach her on media.
Royal Dutch Shell says a sheen of oil, 10 square miles in size, has been spotted in the Gulf of Mexico.
The company said that it hasn't determined the cause of the sheen, estimated in size to be the equivalent of six barrels of oil.Said Fox Business
, Shell issued a statement Thursday saying its operations in the Gulf are "normal with no sign of leaks" and that there are "no well control issues associated with our drilling operations in the area."
From the Washington Post's Wonkblog comes news of a report
just out from IBISWorld that looks at 10 industries demonstrating, as the researchers put it, “exceptionally sour performance” in the United States. There are various reasons, from the advent of new technology to trade competition. Nevertheless, here's the list:
2. Newspaper publishing.
3. Appliance repair.
Two attorneys for George Zimmerman said Tuesday they're quitting the case because their client, the Sanford neighborhood watch volunteer who fatally shot teenager Trayvon Martin, has disappeared.
It's unethical taking actions related to the case when you can't consult with your client, they said.
Looking, perhaps, to exert a little influence on GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, Herman Cain appeared on the Steve Gill Show on Radio America Monday morning to push Florida Rep. Allen West as Romney’s vice presidential pick.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz, representing Florida's 20th Congressional District and chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, had plenty to say Sunday about the latest national jobs report.
Appearing on CNN's State of the Union with Candy Crowley, Wasserman Schultz defended the progress the president has made recovering from the economy and accused the GOP of rooting for economic failure.
Newt Gingrich certainly sounds as if he sees the light at the end of the GOP primary tunnel and realizes it shines on Mitt Romney, not on him.
Appearing on Fox News Sunday, the former speaker of the House talked about his presidential campaign and what happens next for the Republican Party. He said if Mitt does get 1,144 delegates, then he will support him:
Tim Tebow, already a quarterback legend at the University of Florida, will deliver the sermon in Georgetown, Texas, at Celebration Church this Easter Sunday.
Tebow should feel right at home, as if he's in a bowl game. The church is setting up bleachers for expected crowds of 30,000 people.
Gov. and Mrs. Rick Scott expressed their Easter good wishes Friday in the following statement:
“Ann and I join Christians throughout our state in celebrating the Easter holiday this weekend. As we celebrate our salvation and honor the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, we are reminded of the many blessings we have as Floridians and Americans.