Published September 18, 2012
America is not a country that is divided, and it is wrong for both candidates to try to divide it on the basis of class, or level of taxation paid.
Published September 13, 2012
Commitments by the US to aid Egypt are not nearly enough to sway the view and future of the country in our favor.
Published September 07, 2012
Bill Clinton riveted the hall Wednesday night with a spirited defense of President Obama, support for bipartisanship and a very clear notion of where we need to go as a country and how to get there.
Published August 31, 2012
Accepting his party's nomination for president Thursday night in Tampa Mitt Romney delivered a solid speech. It succeeded in beginning the process of humanizing the former Massachusetts governor.
Published August 21, 2012
A Romney-Ryan campaign platform that focuses primarily on the budget, Medicare, and entitlement reform is a losing strategy that will hurt the Republican ticket with seniors, women, and the independent swing voters whose support will be necessary this November.
Published August 09, 2012
Harry Reid’s unsubstantiated attack on Mitt Romney and his tax returns was pretty outrageous to be sure, but it pales in comparison to the unsubstantiated allegations against him issued by the Obama campaign and its surrogates this week.
Published July 23, 2012
The Obama campaign has concluded that it is much easier to demonize Governor Romney --who has yet to articulate a clear platform and program for himself—with polarizing, class-based attacks, than it is to distinguish a compelling Obama agenda.
Published July 09, 2012
Monday's tax cut extension announcement from the White House is a huge win for the president and a clear indication that the Romney campaign was once again backfooted.
Published July 05, 2012
The Supreme Court ruling on ObamaCare has not not moved the needle for the president. When voters head to the polls come November, their decision will hinge on jobs, housing and other economic indicators – not health care.
Published June 28, 2012
There's no question that Thursday's ruling by the Supreme Court upholding the individual mandate requiring most Americans to obtain health insurance starting in 2014 is a short term victory for President Obama. That's simply undeniable.