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The other day I was thinking about what really holds the Tea Party/Republican coalition together. The conventional political wisdom is that they need each other. The true Republicans standing alone are simply too few and too regional to have any … Continue reading
What to write about is seldom a problem for me. The opposite is true with good stories often waiting a day or more to be published. Tuesday morning was a great example. At 8:33am my Blackberry buzzed with a blurb … Continue reading
It is Wednesday morning as I pen this article and one of the big anticipated news items of the day is the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee’s hearing on Benghazi. If the events of September 11, 2012 didn’t include … Continue reading
This is not the first time I have expressed my concern of whether the Democratic Party is Barack Obama’s Party. What I mean by that is do voters turnout to support Democrats or do they support Democrats in the process … Continue reading
After the 2008 election it appeared that the Republican Party was headed for irrelevance if not extinction. Born out of hatred for the new President Barack Obama – and in the opinion of many including yours truly – more than … Continue reading
It’s Super Bowl Sunday which has become a de facto holiday in America. About one-third of the nation will watch the telecast today; some to watch the game, some to watch the commercials and many just to be at a … Continue reading
Looking very far into the future is a fool’s errand in politics, and 2016 is ages away in political time. Call me a fool – the temptation is too enticing. I have good reason to believe I am not alone.
Today is New Year’s Day and I have the unenviable task of trying to predict what the biggest political stories of 2013 will be.