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“We know what the best thing would be. It would be an agreement that sends the signal to our economy, and to the world, that after years of punting on the major fiscal challenges we face, 2013 is going to… Continue reading
The mudslinging between the candidates and campaigns in this election was matched by the vitriol spewed over the polls. This one is oversampling Democrats, this one leans Right and this one is biased left.
We have heard it all over… 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
In the 2012 race for the White House President Obama is ahead, but the polls are misleading. ;
It seems that each new poll brings good news for Obama. He’s up six points nationally according to the latest Bloomberg numbers.… 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
Accepting his party’s nomination for president Thursday night in Tampa Mitt Romney delivered a solid speech. It succeeded in beginning the process of humanizing the former Massachusetts governor. ;It demonstrated his comittment to women and his view of government. It… Continue reading
It’s a testament to how bad the American employment market has gotten that the most recent jobs report was met with applause.
The Labor Department’s July jobs figures showed that employers added 163,000 new workers last month. That exceeds what… Continue reading