Published May 31, 2012
Which message can best help President Obama to win in November them — the positive message of hope, explaining the good things Barack Obama has accomplished, or the negative message, trying to scare people about how extreme Mitt Romney is?
Published May 17, 2012
Either a ban on same-sex marriage is a violation of the Constitution or it is not. It can’t be a violation of the 14th Amendment in one state but not in another.
Published May 10, 2012
Virtually every poll in the last two weeks finds that Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are in a dead heat nationally as well as in the nine battleground states. For Obama, is this glass half-full or half-empty?
Published April 26, 2012
I learned an important lesson the night I was introduced to Charles 'Chuck' Colson, the man who put me on the "Enemies List" 30 years earlier.
Published February 23, 2012
To watch four hours of the so-called documentary on the eight years of the Clinton presidency gave me the sensation of a report about a glass of water that is 75 percent full and 25 percent empty.
Published February 01, 2012
By the time the fall campaign is over, I predict Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign will be much more like Ronald Reagan’s in 1984 and Bill Clinton’s in 1996, than leftist community organizer Saul Alinsky in 1960.
Published January 26, 2012
Despite his recent positive political and economic signs and a good State of the Union speech, President Obama still has a lot to worry about if he wants to be reelected.
Published January 13, 2012
Anyone who puts his dog in a cage on top of a car for a 12-hour drive and then deludes himself or tries to delude others that the dog really enjoyed it — to me, with all due respect, I feel such a man shouldn’t be president of the United States.
Published December 09, 2011
President Obama’s “Renewed Nationalism” speech on Tuesday in Kansas laid out important themes for his 2012 campaign and offered a chance to win back the vital center of American politics.
Published November 17, 2011
With only a few days left to the deadline for the supercommittee to report on recommendations for $1.2 trillion of deficit reductions, it is time for President Obama to lead in breaking the stalemate — specifically, to suggest he can support the latest Republican proposal by supercommittee members, i.e., to raise $300 million by closing tax loopholes.