Demographics Poses A Challenge to Republicans, But It’s Not Unwinnable
Demographic shifts, Hispanic outreach, and how to make inroads with the youth have dominated conservative circles after a resounding Obama win last week. It’s a discussion conservatives must have if
NEW ROME DC Part I or “Rulers, Sex, Generals, and National Security”
“The triple pillar of the world transformed into a strumpet’s fool: come and see.” Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra, 1.1 ROME BC Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra opens with a
Does “Count Every Vote” only apply to liberals and minorities
Voting Rights is an essential element of the foundational rights guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution. It appears the way that is currently applied and enforced in states that voted for
What Happened In Ohio?
I had a long election day and not just because of the ultimate results. Yes, I was part of the now infamous project ORCA. So I spent 15 hours in
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Romney’s Presidential Hopes Dashed By Less Than 500,000 Votes
Ouch! From Richard Nixon to Al Gore, candidates who have suffered defeats in close presidential elections, either in the Electoral College or popular vote, probably have felt the feelings of
Tech at Night: IP Revolution starts with AT&T, Google’s Eric Schmidt into the Cabinet?
Long week, so long I forgot to post this Friday night. Oops. Well, better late than never. The race for the IP revolution is on. The benefits of a modern
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Electoral majority for an exceptional America coming apart
How to appeal to an electorate ignorant of how the America of the founding created historic wealth for over 200 years, never consciously saw themselves connected to the risk-taking entrepreneurs,
An Answer To Ezra Klein On The Filibuster
The left is pushing very hard for so called “Filibuster Reform.” Ezra Klein of the Washington Post poses the question today “Is this the end for the filibuster?” The problem
The Day After…
Well, we lost. Mitt Romney didn’t win comfortably. BUT, Republicans maintained control of the House of Representatives. In one of the most ignominious highlights of the night, the GOP lost
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Why Obama’s Election Win Did Not Defeat Conservative America
What happened? What happened in America on November 6th in reelecting Barack Obama to a second term was indicative of how wrong conservative America is in standing up for principles.
Tech at Night: New Zealand corruption; the IP revolution is coming
Rough week, huh? Me too. I’ll make this quick, since the overriding story here is we’re going to have a rough four years fighting Obama regulators. Though we’re lucky out
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The Morning After The Election
In Thomas Friedman’s fictional column for The New York Times titled “The Morning After the Morning After,” he advised the Republican Party to move further away from the right if Mitt Romney
Fitch Ratings threatens to downgrade the US’s credit rating.
Meanwhile, back at the ranch… Fitch Ratings said that there would be “no fiscal honeymoon” for President Obama, warning early Wednesday that the U.S. probably would lose its AAA credit
To Beat the President
Even if you get pissed off, make it to the fourth paragraph below please.I have spent five years and a few months loudly saying Mitt Romney could not win the
Download Podcast | iTunes | Podcast Feed On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech discuss Romney’s embarrassing loss last night, the thumping suffered by
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