ON STATE OF THE UNION
Today... Ron Paul on his White House bid and his rivals saying "as far as issues goes, I'm uncomfortable with all three of them" – hitting Santorum as "pretending he's a conservative" with "an atrocious voting record," but allows that Romney has an "acceptable management style" when compared with Santorum and Gingrich.
Then, as social issues go to the front-burner in the campaign, the candidates have upped their rhetoric. Is this anyway to win in November? Candy talked to Congresswoman Michele Bachmann and Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels.
Plus, continued bloodshed in Syria, nuclear advancements in Iran and the threat to U.S. Security with former CIA Director Michael Hayden and former U.S. Ambassador to Israel Edward Walker.
Finally, a conversation on job creation with a man-with-a-plan Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz who says "I don' want to wait for Washington any longer," but despite his frustration he has "no interest in public office. I have only one interest, and that is I want the country to be on the right track."
CANDY’S POST-GAME ANALYSIS
GETTING TO KNOW
Candy and her team watch the other Sunday shows so you don't have to. This Sunday Santorum defends his comments on the president's theology after critics from the left call it a low point, Gingrich says Michigan is make it or break it time for Romney and McCain endorses ongoing talks with the U.S., the Taliban and the Afghan government.
Candy recaps today's edition of State of the Union.
Presidential Candidate Ron Paul says Rick Santorum is pretending to be a conservative as he weighs in on his GOP opponents.
A unique perspective of the GOP campaign trail on this week's edition of the Campaign Trail.
Fmr. U.S. ambassador Edward Walker and Gen. Michael Hayden on the on the possibility of a nuclear Iran and the ongoing unrest in Syria.
Former Presidential Candidate Michele Bachmann and Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels on the GOP candidates and the state of the party.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz talks about how his company is helping create jobs and boost the economy.
Former Presidential Candidate Michele Bachmann and Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels weigh in on the state of the GOP race.
Presidential Candidate Ron Paul weighs in on his presidential bid and says that he will continue his run all the way to the GOP convention.