Archive for: November 7, 2007

November 7, 2007

How Clinton Counters New Offensive

WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton and her battle-tested campaign team have entered a two-month-long gauntlet to the first presidential nominating contests, with this week’s attacks from Democratic rivals and the Republican Party about her debate performance likely to mark only the …

Pittsburgh Paper: Hugo Chavez Has ‘Right To Come Here and Make Money’

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review recently published a story about Citgo gas stations in Pittsburgh finding a dip in gasoline sales. The piece sympathetically portrays Hugo Chavez, the America hating dictator of Venezuela, as a victim attacked by mean American boycotters …

Talk Is Cheap in Politics, But a Deep Voice Helps

Filed under: Uncategorized - 07 Nov 2007

Impressive biographies, fine policy positions. But do the candidates sound presidential? Their vocal cords — as much as the substance of their words — could influence who becomes the next president, claim the people who study, measure, “focus-group” and coach …

What’s Wrong With America?

Filed under: Politics In General - 07 Nov 2007

Maybe it is the noise of the children playing at the park down the street, maybe it is the incessant sound of the flag flapping in the wind but something about our country upsets liberals to the point they would …

Hillary Isn’t Left Enough For The Far Left

Hillary Clinton seems to be having a problem defining her metaphors. In her preparied speeches she’s very articulate each syllable is crafted to place Hillary in the best possible light. When questioned one on one she isn’t so confident, she …

Now Presenting…Tarmac the Magnificent!

By the time you read this column, we will be close to one year out from the 2008 Presidential elections. And that means two things. One, we’ll be bombarded with political ads for the next year. And two, we’ll have …