Will Newt Gingrich's name on the ballot hurt Republican candidates in swing states?
The potential GOP nominees each have some issues with Hispanics.
More than 50 percent of Americans are indifferent about the protests, a poll shows.
A second chance at second place, that is.
An accuser willing to put her name and face to the charge is "a serious thing."
"The facts are getting worse for Herman Cain, not better."
Maybe it was intentional?
"Can Romney slay the demons of 2008?"
It really often is.
The candidate's recent comments make him appear ignorant on the issue.
Some Republicans say the mission wasn't worth the risks.
"He is trying to follow the old showbiz rule, which is to leave your audience wanting more."
John Heilemann responded to that question on 'Last Word.'
Sometimes you only get one shot.
But that doesn't make them meaningless.
Or is he just trying to quickly win over some voters?
"The truth is, none of us know the answer."
And why his jobs speech Thursday won't make much of a difference.
"Democrats would probably have rolled over and granted a Republican president the night."