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Graduate: USAF Academy; Georgetown University; USAF Intelligence School Employment History: Pabst Brewing (VP): Kraft Foods (VP) Political History: Served in the Office of the Secretary of Defense (International Security Affairs); 2 Terms on Glendale (Wisc.) School Board; member Oakland (CA) Military Institute charter school Board Hobbies: Politics; Financial Management; Writing Author of: - www.RightinSanFrancisco.com (weekly op-ed blog) - The Target - nuclear terrorism thriller

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    It’s Romney’s to Win (It Really Is !)

    This was written Wednesday afternoon, but is doubly true after the first debate. Those of us who obsess over a second Obama presidency need to stop offering unsolicited advice to

    Fair and Balanced Gaffes

    Definition of “gaffe” – when a politician tells the truth. Actually, there are several kinds of gaffes: 1. Joe Biden gaffes. Joe is a buffoon; everybody knows that Joe is

    Fair and Balanced Gaffes

    Definition of “gaffe” – when a politician tells the truth. Actually, there are several kinds of gaffes: 1. Joe Biden gaffes. Joe is a buffoon; everybody knows that Joe is

    Obama’s Foreign Policy Collapse

        Nothing is more central to the Obama foreign policy than his outreach to the Muslim world as reflected in his June 2009 Cairo speech. As is often the case,

    The Critical Debates

    With the unexpected “Clinton Bounce” from the Democratic convention, the good news is that there is no Clinton on the ballot, the merits of the case against Obama have not

    (Democratic) Conventional Thinking

    If presidential elections were only about giving great speeches – and arguably 2008 was – President Obama would be in a lot better shape. To the uncritical neutral observer Michelle

    (Republican) Conventional Thinking

     So, was it an inflection point? The common political wisdom is that voters re-elect an incumbent without much thought if things are going OK, that folks will take a look

    Focusing on Florida

    Presidential campaigns can be sliced by demographics, ideology, or geography. A big piece of the Obama campaign emphasizes demographics with the “Republican War on Women”, “Tax the Rich”,  and “African

    Digesting Paul Ryan

    The central point for those few Republicans who wanted a more cautious choice for Vice President: the highly successful CEO has hired a brilliant Sales Vice President. Consider: 1. Mitt

    The Great Polling Scandal

    Those looking beyond Rush Limbaugh and Rachel Madow for political predictions turn to polls. Unfortunately, the integrity of pollsters can be as bereft as the Senate Majority Leader, the president’s