Archive for: January 17, 2008

January 17, 2008

Huckabee’s Blue-Collar Bid

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 17 Jan 2008

DETROIT — Republican presidential contender Mike Huckabee brought his populist message to Michigan on the hunt for blue-collar workers that Ronald Reagan once brought into the Republican fold.

Tom DeLay Slams GOP Presidential Hopeful John McCain

When Attorney General Janet Reno deployed federal law enforcement agencies to Waco, Texas to arrest the Branch Davidian leader David Koresh, one of the the tactics used was to constantly blast loud music 24 hours a day, seven days a …

Using the Race Card To “Lynch” Free Speech

Kelly Tilghman is a “hot” fox and a babe. She is also is an exceptionally talented commentator for the GOLF channel, the first woman to hold that position on a full time basis. Tilghman is now the first woman …

Clinton Courts Hispanics For Crucial Super Tuesday

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 17 Jan 2008

On Feb. 5, voters will choose among Democratic candidates in 23 states, including California, Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico. In California, whose 441 delegates to the Democratic convention account for 10% of the total, Latinos make up roughly a quarter …

Will the True Christian Conservative Please Stand Up?

According to the Pew Center, about 25% of Americans are following news of the presidential races “very closely.” Of course, if I were to base any assumptions about the public’s attention solely on the volume (high) and tone (breathless!!) of …

Congress Shall Make No Law Respecting an Establishment of an Education System

As an education reformer, I read about education every day. I read about ways to hold institutions of higher learning accountable for their education curriculum, I read about how important it is to have highly qualified teachers, and I read …