Archive for: February 5, 2008

February 5, 2008

Talk Radio Rallies to Romney to Thwart McCain

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 05 Feb 2008

Many prominent talk radio personalities and hosts are rallying to Mitt Romney, in an effort to thwart John McCain. McCain has a record that is out of line with the pubic and if elected, he will deprive Americans of having …

Looking for Change? Think Mitt Romney!

Filed under: Politics In General,The Republicans - 05 Feb 2008

Although Barack Obama has pinched, or attempted to pinch, the legacy of JFK for his own presidential aspirations, the fact is that Mitt Romney is far more reminiscent of America’s 35th president. Kennedy, it will be remembered, was forced to …

Long Shot Ron Paul Finds A Hotbed of Support in Alaska

With Super Tuesday looming, many presidential candidates are battling over delegate-rich states like California and New York. Ron Paul is making it big in Alaska. “I think Ron Paul is awesome,” says Schaeffer Cox, a 23-year-old who leads an …

California Offers a Look Into Future of Politics

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 05 Feb 2008

To travel across California these days is to see the unfolding contours of the future of American politics. To the north, in Tracy, a growing bloc of independent voters is swinging between Democrats and Republicans, prompting California politicians to seek …

The Death Obsession

Filed under: Potpourri - 05 Feb 2008

What is it with the liberal fascination with death? A couple of years ago, a film called “Death of a President” was met with critical acclaim. It was a documentary-style production with George W. Bush’s head digitally composited where needed.

Is Brattleboro, Vermont, America’s Last Best Hope?

Quick! Name the greatest contribution made by the great state of Vermont to the overall interests of America and its people?
Answer: Other than maple syrup and a sappy chairman of the DNC (Howard Dean), there is an embarrassing paucity …

Celebrating America’s Decline, ‘Waving Goodbye’ To The U.S.A.

Through the pessimistically, penumbrous pen of Parag Khanna, the New York Times has declared that the U.S.A. is finished. Yes, we have lost our “global hegemony” and we will find that by 2016, “America’s standing in the world remains …