Published November 07, 2012
I’ve got egg on my face. I predicted a Romney landslide and, instead, we ended up with an Obama squeaker.
Published November 02, 2012
How will Superstorm Sandy affect the 2012 presidential race between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney? Who knows? We have never had a storm so close to a national election, much less one as close as this is.
Published October 17, 2012
By scoring big on the economy, gas prices, and Libya, Mitt Romney continued his victorious string of debate wins.
Published October 12, 2012
Vice President Joe Biden came over as a windbag and a demagogue at Thursday's vice presidential debate. He looked like a schoolboy making faces at a rival.
Published October 09, 2012
There can be no more profound and articulate a spokesman than Paul Ryan to defend and elaborate the Romney agenda to America.
Published October 08, 2012
It should come as no surprise that President Obama will raise taxes if he is re-elected. But here’s the shocker: He will invite the United Nations to tax Americans directly.
Published September 18, 2012
There is no sin greater in a presidential race than telling the truth. Mitt Romney, caught on tape at a private fundraiser, is being excoriated for accurately describing the situation in America today.
Published September 07, 2012
In Charlotte, America was with the impression that President Obama saved GM, killed Bin Laden, and passed ObamaCare. What a thin, thin record on which to base a plea for reelection.
Published September 06, 2012
You could see all the rhetorical sleights of hand, the magic of a delivery, the wit of the argument, the sarcastic sallies against the other side. All of that was in former President Bill Clinton’s speech at the Democratic Convention on Wednesday night. But it was clear, as he spoke, that his client was guilty of being a very bad president who has accomplished very little.
Published August 15, 2008
Hillary and Bill have hijacked the Denver convention, making it into a carbon copy of what it would have looked like had she won until the last possible moment.