Excited speculation is shifting to who will be the vice president and one of those under speculation is New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez
The notion that the nation's first Latina governor would have anything in common with Alaska's former governor, aside from party affiliation, would never even occur to most people. Yet, the two women do have some things in common. For example, both know how to promote their causes.
President Barack Obama's campaign officially started a new effort on Thursday that is meant to persuade Latinos to support his re-election bid in the 2012 cycle. It is known as Project Vote, and its purpose is to make sure that all people possible are registered to vote.
George Lopez told CNN's Piers Morgan that he's not ruling out the idea of running for mayor of Los Angeles -- eight years from now.
The possible 2012 presidential contender has said she supports the Arizona law that would allow police to ask people to show proof that they are in the country legally. She's against amnesty and the DREAM Act, which would give citizenship to some of the children of illegal immigrants who pursue higher education or the military.
Michelle Obama's evening of poetry at the White House rolled out seamlessly Wednesday night, showcasing the impact of such words on American culture. The fireworks erupted earlier, as Republicans cried foul before anyone had uttered a word.