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The much discussed Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll, which was released Thursday morning, shows a sharply divided America. Not much new there.
Half of those surveyed think that the across-the-board spending cuts that went into effect on Friday with the… Continue reading
It goes without saying that President Obama and the Democrats are flying high. The president registered a 60 percent approval rating in an ABC/Washington Post opinion poll out this week, his highest since he took office four years ago. Despite… Continue reading
The President did what he needed to do yesterday. He set the right tone for the seriousness of the gun control debate, from having students who had written to him about gun control as a backdrop to neatly bifurcating legislative… Continue reading
There was no tipping point in this election. Former Gov. Mitt Romney simply made a number of strategic errors that cost him and the Republican Party the presidency, and any hope that they had of winning control of the U.S.… Continue reading
Tonight’s debate was comparable to last week’s town hall – neither candidate managed to deliver a convincing win like Romney in the first debate, but Obama finished with a slight edge.
Judging by the first fifteen minutes of the debate,… Continue reading
Mitt Romney’s off the record remarks are potentially a very serious problem for him. By dividing the country into those who pay taxes and those who don’t pay taxes, the former Massachusetts governor has made both a substantive error and… Continue reading
The entirely unjustified and outrageous embassy attacks –on 11th anniversary of 9/11 no less — underscore an alarming shift in public opinion that ;is clear, quantifiable, and growing exponentially within the Arab Street since the onset of the Arab Spring… Continue reading
One thing became clear Thursday night in Charlotte and that is that Barack Obama is no Bill Clinton.
Bill Clinton riveted the hall Wednesday night with a spirited defense of President Obama, support for bipartisanship and a very clear notion… Continue reading