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Monthly Archives: December 2010
Tonight is New Year’s Eve, traditionally a time for revelry and saying goodbye to the old and hello to the new. What better time to take a vey brief look at the top five political events of 2010?
The Ghost of Christmas Past, in the person of Newt Gingrich, has appeared on the Republican Presidential Primary scene. Gingrich is a hero to the Republicans but that dates back to the 1994 mid term election. In politics that is … Continue reading
Mike Huckabee may very well be an intellectual lightweight but take him seriously because if Sarah Palin does not run, (and I am on record saying I don’t think she will), he will be a major factor in the Republican … Continue reading
Remember the three questions to be answered with any possible candidate for the Republican Presidential nomination are: will they run, can they win the nomination and can they win the general election. With no other possible contender are those answers … Continue reading
This is the first in a series of postings about potential Republican Presidential candidates. Some of the greatest comedy of 2011 and 2012 will come from the Ronald Reagan name dropping contests a/k/a Republican Presidential Primary Debates. Intellectually they should … Continue reading
If you are like most Americans you have probably spent a good part of this morning exchanging Christmas presents. Let me express my holiday wishes for some political figures.
Article 1, Section 2 of the United States Constitution established the census mainly for the purpose of allocating seats in the House of Representatives. (Sorry, Michele Bachmann, (R MN-6), it’s not some new plot by the Obama administration as you … Continue reading
Ever have on of those YES moments? I had one on Tuesday when I heard Arlen Specter’s, (D – PA), farewell speech in the Senate. It was a Harry Truman moment, he told the truth on a lot of them, … Continue reading
The answer to the current economic problem is increased demand. Arriving at this conclusion is so simple that I was afraid to publish it. Yet it seems beyond the grasp of our Republican brethren.