Rick Santorum in 2012 = Barry Goldwater in 1964
Re-posted from PJMedia Yesterday I received the following e-mail from a good friend. Myra, I love Santorum. He may be able to beat Romney. He clearly could beat Obama in my mind. What do you think? I think this campaign will not be won by money, but by ideas and programs. This will be the year of the bargain candidate becoming the most sought after | Read More »
Could Romney Be the Next Reagan?
Re-posted from PJ Media By Myra Adams Certainly Mitt Romney has the hair and the movie star looks, but more important is a new attitude of optimism a Romney presidential victory would usher in that should not be underestimated. Small and large business owners alike would be breathing a sigh of relief once a businessman occupied the White House — someone who knows the stress | Read More »
Hillary’s Secret Diary: Should I or Shouldn’t Run?
re-posted from Pajamas Media 3:00 AM September 8, 2011 Dear Diary: Should I or shouldn’t I? Bill says “go for it” because he is itching to be the first First Dude. And can you believe Dick Cheney is sending me signals to run? He also said on ABC News that I am the most competent person in Obama’s cabinet. Darn right I am! Thanks for | Read More »
The Divided State of America Can Not Stand
Re-posted from Pajamas Media Recently New York Times writer Sheryl Gay Stolberg penned a piece about why our national leaders are incapable of compromise and subsequently why our nation finds itself deadlocked in political stalemate and dysfunction. But how can we expect our leaders to compromise when we can barely stand to be around others who hold opposing views on important issues? The piece mentions | Read More »
Governor Rick Perry’s Public Prayers Show Presidential Leadership
By Myra Adams Recently on Fox News Channel’s morning show Fox and Friends, co- host Gretchen Carlson asked a provocative question to promo a news segment about Texas Governor Rick Perry’s massive prayer event called “The Response,” held on August 6th. Carlson’s promo question was: Will his prayers turn off voters? Ms. Carlson is not at fault for asking, but the underlying reason why that | Read More »
With Three Ongoing Wars What Ever Happened to the Anti-War Movement?
By Myra Adams Despite the jubilation over the death of Osama Bin Laden, our nation’s overstretched and under-appreciated military will continue to be actively engaged in three undeclared wars — Iraq, Afghanistan, and now Libya. Perhaps Bin Laden’s demise will usher in new questions for President Obama about the present and future of our international entanglements. In the meantime while casualties and costs continue to | Read More »