Gary Bauer and Tony Perkins on Mitt Romney's speech at Liberty University and work to woo the evangelical vote.
A dead heat between President Obama and Governor Romney as they go back and forth over jobs and the economy. And President Obama puts Congress on the spot with a lengthy to-do list, so is he using the Senate floor to road-test his fall campaign strategy?
We’ll also look at the President’s evolution on gay marriage and how it will play in the battleground states. Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper is pushing for Civil Unions in his state. He’ll join us with the details.
Plus, Mitt Romney delivers the commencement address at Liberty University. Will he use the opportunity to build bridges to Christian conservatives? Tony Perkins and Gary Bauer will be here to judge Mitt Romney’s evangelical tightrope.
And the nation’s spy chief wants to know who leaked the existence of an undercover agent working for the U.S. in Yemen, and a POW’s parents reveal the U.S. has been negotiating with the Taliban. We’ll talk about that and more with the leaders of Congress's Homeland Security committees Independent Senator Joe Lieberman and Republican Congressman Peter King.
Check it out Sunday at 9 a.m. & NOON ET.
Tony Perkins and Gary Bauer will be on State of the Union with reaction to Mitt Romney's commencement speech to Liberty University. We'll also get their reaction to President Obama's comments on same-sex marriage.
Sunday at 9 a.m. & NOON ET.
Tony Perkins President from the Family Research Council, and Dick Armey Chairman, FreedomWorks assess the 2012 GOP race.
Dick Armey on Newt Gingrich: "I feel bad for him. I think he's digressed into a state of taking a second rate campaign and turning it into a first rate vendetta, and I think he's putting himself out of the game because he can't get over his obsession about his own hurt feelings over the campaign in Iowa."
Tony Perkins on Romney: "I disagree that Romney has captured the evangelical support, the conservative support. They're warming to him but he still has a long way to go. "