Rick Perry for President

Is this the end for Rick Perry?

Chris Cillizza, The Washington Post

The news that Rick Perry has stopped paying all of his campaign staff following Thursday's debate is a sure sign of major troubles -- and could be the leading edge of the collapse of his campaign.

Christie, Paul and Perry Court the Black Vote

Jason L. Riley, The Wall Street Journal

President Obama will be leaving the White House in 18 months, but where will that leave the minority voters who helped elect him? It’s a question that Republican presidential hopefuls not named Donald Trump are pondering.

Rick Perry On Race And The GOP

Steven Hayward, Powerline

Texas Gov. Rick Perry is quietly emerging as a much more serious candidate. Worth catching are the excerpts of his remarks on race and economic opportunity that he delivered at the National Press Club last Thursday.

Perry Making South Carolina Campaign Trip


Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry is making a trip to South Carolina on the heels of his official entry into the 2016 presidential race. Perry is visiting the South Carolina Military Museumin Columbia on Monday. Later, he’s holding a town hall meeting at the U.S.S. Yorktown in Mount Pleasant.

Rick Perry to join GOP race

Gerry Mullany, The New York Times

Rick Perry, the longest-serving governor of Texas, today entered the race for the Republican presidential nomination. He left office in January after running the state for 14 years, during which he promoted business-friendly policies like keeping taxes low and easing government regulation of the private sector.