Crap Ain’t King: Why we Appreciate Things More When They’re Earned Versus When They’re Attained Cheaply
It was Thomas Paine who once said that “The harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. What we obtain too cheap we esteem too lightly.” Many people either agree
Don’t You Tell Me ‘Bout Your Peace of Mind: Why Materialism is a Cancer that is Eating Away our Society
In recent decades, people have put ever increasing value on the acquisition of “stuff.” Spending sprees are, nowadays, considered an instrumental part of life. Sometimes, people buy things for the
Democratic Nomination Odds as of 4/1/12
Barack Obama(65%)-The DNC may be trying to roll him along, but the voters are beginning to smell a rat. Someone else(25%)-A clear, coherent, reasonant argument for a brokered Democratic Convention
The Argument: Why Prospects of a Brokered Democratic Convention are High, Part 2
Last Tuesday, President Obama scored an underwhelming victory in the primaries in the state of Oklahoma. Obama won 57%(64,257 votes), versus Randall Terry’s 18%(20,291 votes), Jim Rogers’ 14%(15,536 votes), Darcy
The Argument: Why the Prospects of a Brokered Democratic Convention are High
Many people are speculating on the prospects of the Republicans having a brokered convention. Personally, I don’t think Republicans will follow through with the wind they’re blowing on this non-issue.
2012 Election Predictions
Here’s how I think the 2012 elections, state and federal, will go 9 months out. Presidency: Mitt Romney/Rick Santorum: (375 EV’s)(54.5%)AL, AK, AZ, AR, CO, FL, GA, ID, IN, IA,
Romney vs Santorum: Who Would Perform Best Against Obama and Why?
Many arguments can be made as to who’s the stronger candidate to face President Obama and why, whether it’s Willard M. Romney’s name recognition and Moderate image or Richard J.
Why I’m Supporting Rick Santorum for President
In this ongoing Presidential election, there are many candidates out there angling for our support. After long and careful consideration, I have decided to support former US Senator Rick Santorum,
Road to Victory 2012: How Rick Santorum Can Win the Nomination by Super Tuesday
In case you’re not aware, in the closest vote in Iowa Caucus history, Mitt Romney beat out Rick Santorum by 8 votes. One week ago, Santorum was in the single
Final Predictions on the Louisiana Races
Tonight’s the night of the Louisiana elections. Here’s my final predictions on these races which are on the ballot in LA. LA-GOV: Bobby Jindal(R)-69% Tara Hollis(D)-17% David Blanchard(I)-8% Cary Deaton(D)-6%