Archive for: January 19, 2008

January 19, 2008

Bloomberg Flirtation Sets Executive Hearts Aflutter

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Politics In General - 19 Jan 2008

Michael Bloomberg’s prolonged flirtation with the race for the White House is generating interest in executive suites across the country, in a reflection of the business community’s growing dissatisfaction with the major political parties.

This ’Artist ’ is a Jerk

Filed under: American Society & Heritage - 19 Jan 2008

We talk of liberalism in the news media every day here in the conservative blogosphere, of course. But the leftist lack of standards and morals that we decry in the news media is reflected in much of our entertainment and …

For Democrats, Nevada Is a Throw of the Dice

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Democrats - 19 Jan 2008

The voter-registration office here in Clark County says it received 4,025 new-voter registrations last week and 2,240 the week before that. In a presidential race where new voters are trending toward Barack Obama, and in a state where Saturday’s Democratic …

Is Hillary Clinton a Closet Sexist?

Filed under: Politics In General - 19 Jan 2008

Last week Hillary Clinton overcame a double-digit deficit in the New Hampshire primary to surprise opponent Barack Obama. How did she manage to pull off the near-miraculous upset? Simple.

Obama For “Change”? He’s Got My Vote!

Have you heard the good news? Barack Obama is for change! Well, that seals it! He’s got my vote! Why you ask? Isn’t he a liberal Democrat? Well yeah, but he’s for change! …

New Hampshire Primary Assures Continued GOP Bungling

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 19 Jan 2008

Perhaps it is time to pass a federal law stipulating that any winner of the New Hampshire primary is henceforth disqualified from running for President. Constitutional considerations aside, it might just be the only manner in which America could …

War on Terror Just Getting Started

Filed under: Featured Conservative,War On Terror - 19 Jan 2008

In the introduction to Strategic Forecasting’s 2008 forecast, Dr. George Friedman writes that “…the U.S.-jihadist war is entering its final phase,” and that “…the destruction of al Qaeda’s strategic capabilities now allows the United States to shift its posture…and enables …

How Romney Won Michigan

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 19 Jan 2008

Michigan was seen as a must-win for Mr. Romney, whose father was governor of the state, after he suffered losses in Iowa and New Hampshire. With former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee not expected to make a strong showing, Mr. Romney’s …