Tag Archives: Analysis
Oh, boy. The lefty loonies are coming out of the woodwork now… There’s been another shooting. Starting Linebacker for the Chiefs, Jovan Belcher, shot and killed his girlfriend and himself. So, who’s to blame this time? Violent movies? Marilyn Manson? … Continue reading
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is known for his fanatical hatred of firearms and, apparently, sugary drinks. He is co-founder of the political advocacy group, Mayors Against Illegal Guns (MAIG), a group of mayors from all across the country … Continue reading
There was a moment in the last debate that really stood out because both candidates embraced a rather significant shift in American foreign policy and that shift was driven not by what’s in the best interests of the United States, … Continue reading
If a debate is like boxing, last night, I had hoped for a brawl. I had hoped for a no-holds-barred teardown of Barack Obama’s foreign policy of appeasement, anti-Americanism and embarrassing meddling. I had hoped to see Romney tear into … Continue reading
As we near closer to the election and as the Romney Campaign continues to gain momentum, we are seeing more and more states shift to a position favoring Romney. For the first time in this race, Governor Romney’s Campaign has … Continue reading
“And no candidate who has led in mid-October with 50 percent or more in the likely voter poll has ever gone on to lose.” — Karl Rove
Karl Rove almost sounds like he thinks Romney has this election in the bag.
Regrettably, Robert Samuelson, who’s a brilliant economist, may be on to something here.