It’s a hard thing, to lose. It’s even harder to lose gracefully. It has been a full two weeks since President Barack Obama won a second term to the presidency, and still, we are hearing the wailing of Gov. Mitt Romney. Last week, he said that the president won the election because of “gifts” he… Read More To Lose Gracefully
All right, answer me something: is a woman’s voice, soft and slightly hushed, speaking under music, been shown to sway people? I don’t watch television much; I vowed not to watch it much as this political campaign swept into high gear. The ads are manipulative and so often, not true. I remember when in the… Read More The Manipulation of America’s Voters
I read an article – and listened to a video tape – that captured GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney saying some pretty disparaging things about much of this nation. The article, written by David Corn, said that Romney has disdain for 47 percent of this nation’s population who, he says, believe in big government, have… Read More Is Romney Kidding?
Did I miss it? A true American tragedy has happened. A young, unarmed teen has been shot dead, and the shooter has not been arrested. The parents are anguished, the nation, black, white, and brown, is outraged, and I haven’t heard the GOP presidential candidates, with the exception of Newt Gingrich, say a word about… Read More Where are the GOP Candidates?
OK. I am confused. What is a “real” Conservative? And when did the word “Liberal” become a virtual cuss word for those who are on the Right? I was perplexed when Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney said last week that he was “severely Conservative.” I didn’t know what it meant; I am glad that David Frum,… Read More What Is a Conservative?