I was having a conversation about the election yesterday with a close friend who I respect and value deeply. He is an Obama supporter and of course, he knew I am a conservative, GOP supporter, and thus voted for John McCain. We got to talking about some of the stereotypes associated with voters from certain backgrounds and how the changing dynamic in this election was | Read More »
Proud American … Still. Always.
This country is the best place on earth for so many reasons, but one of my favorites is that the strength of our people will always persevere through anything that the world may throw at us. Terrorist attacks? We’ll come back stronger. Recession? We’ll build a better economy. War? We’ll win and live on. Nothing is going to stop this country from being the best | Read More »
Postmortem: POTUS ’08
It is finally done. There were no real surprises from a political standpoint. All of the surprises are related to the entire process in general. The manner in which this race has evolved over the past two years is unconventional, to say the least. Every campaign cycle, pundits and media commentators talk about how this one is different and will be like never before, and | Read More »
Editors, writers and Google employees load Obama up with campaign donations
Popular opinion holds that mainstream media and Web content lean Democratic, and a cursory look at campaign donations by professionals lends weight to that opinion. Even without figures, it’s easy to compare story lines for the candidates. Sen. Barack Obama spends 20 years in a church led by a pastor who damns America from the pulpit and media accepts the senator’s explanation he didn’t hear | Read More »