Election Outcome Results
Ladies and Gentlemen, I already know the outcome of this presidential race. Barack Obama will not be reelected. In fact, the gap is going to be a lot bigger than you expect in Romney’s favor. I successfully predicted long before anyone that Paul Ryan would be chosen as Mitt Romney’s running mate. It’s just a knack I have. The backlash, anger, and justifiable outrage that | Read More »
Is Minnesota In Play for Romney?
Borrowing from Winston Churchill, it could be said – from a political point of view — that Minnesota is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside of an enigma. Perhaps that’s hyperbole, but it’s difficult to refute the fact that Minnesotans have been known for their colorful characters in state and national politics. The national spotlight shifted to Minnesota when former wrestler and independent candidate | Read More »
Portman Would Be Poor Choice for VP
Vladimir Lenin once said that a lie told often enough becomes the truth. I’ve come to believe there are some soundbites from the 2008 election that were regurgitated so many times they’ll forever be accepted as truths no matter their inherent falsehood. How many times did we hear “…a return to the failed Bush economic policies” when Obama was slinging mud at John McCain? That | Read More »
Supreme Court Homogeneity Does Not Reflect America
The absurd decision written by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court on the Affordable Care Act warrants a closer look at the institution. At present a picture of the nine justices gathered together in their black robes outwardly suggests a diverse group of judicial peers. Pictures can be deceiving, however. Truth be told there is precious little diversity on this Court and the next | Read More »