When America needed a leader, Mitt Romney was a manager
As one who writes about everything political, one of the downsides of living in a state that is utterly unimportant from the Electoral College perspective is the fact that you’re insulated from much of the advertising campaigns that ravaged the battleground states. (From the perspective of a normal person however, that would likely be a blessing…) I had friends who complained about not being able | Read More »
If Obama can claim credit for killing bin Laden a year ago, why can’t he take credit for the economy today?
As President Obama and his administration are constantly telling us, the horrible economy is not his fault because he inherited the “Worst recession since the Great Depression”. One can certainly make that argument. You just can’t get it to stick. If you could however, what you’d basically be saying is that that 3 ½ years after taking office the President of the United States is | Read More »
19th century slavery created the GOP, will 21st century slavery (and a feckless 2012 field) be its demise?
Will 2012 bring an end to the Republican Party? It would only be fitting that a party formed almost 160 years ago on the basis of stopping the expansion of slavery would be destroyed by its support of the modern day expansion of slavery of a different sort. That is exactly where we stand. The GOP was formed in 1854 in reaction to the passage | Read More »
10 for 12 – How the GOP can win the Presidency and bring back liberty and prosperity
One of the challenges in politics is going from the general to the specific. Practically every American wants the things most politicians promise they’ll deliver: more jobs, economic growth, good schools, less poverty, freedom, a coherent foreign policy, etc. The more opaque a politician gets the better voters seem to like it. The poster child for this was of course Barack Obama in 2008. What | Read More »