Monthly Archives: November 2007

Bill Clinton and the Credibility Factor

Former President Bill Clinton had an opportunity to speak out against the war in Iraq and three interviews give some insight into the way in which he approached his at best lukewarm opposition or his calculated position on the situation in Iraq. There were points at which he was quoted at supporting the war. These […]

Obama’s Audacious Assumption: America is Ready!

Today at the dawn of a new century we are still grappling with questions of race and skin pigmentation in America. If our forefathers could have peaked into our nation’s challenges at this chapter, what would they offer about some of the questions we are asking about an Afro-American candidate for the Presidency of the […]

Mark Halperin’s Grades The Candidates

Mark Halperin’s Grades yesterday’s Republican Debate: Mike Huckabee: B+ John McCain: B+ Mitt Romney: B- Fred Thompson: C+ Rudy Giuliani: C Ron Paul: C- Tom Tancredo: D Duncan Hunter: D http://www.enewsreference.com/

Huckabee Return Jabs Effectively

Governor Mike Huckabee returned every blow effectively in last night’s debate. Being knighted with front runner status at this stage in the election gives him even more room for mobility as the other contenders stand at his heels. Huckabee has become likable in Iowa and that is what Romney’s camp fear the most. I was […]

ABC News’ Day and the Life of Obama

Obama Has The Momentum

Obama still has a task in proving he’s capable of being the leader of the free word and the biggest indicator of this is outlasting the Clinton war room. If there was ever a good time to bring out the damaging information about Obama, some have been saying Hillary is holding onto to unleash at the most […]

7 Debate Tips for Mike Huckabee

This debate will be one the toughest yet for Governor Huckabee due to his increased polls numbers in Iowa. Now that he’s not a blip on the radar, but has the potential to pull an amazing upset and head to NH with a lot of steam, he will walk out on the stage with a […]

Giuliani and Cronyism?

The article in the Washington Post on Giuliani, “Giuliani’s Critics Point to Cronyism” misses the mark in outlining critics of Giuliania administrative appointments as mayor in the the City of New York. City Government is plagued with those true and loyal to the Mayor. I take Giuliani’s campaign’s argument, look at the final results; he […]

The Fall Of The Clinton Dynasty

  “I will govern according to the common weal, but not according to the common will.” -James I This quote came to mind when poll results indicated Iowans believed Senator Clinton is more inclined to not say what is on her mind. The Obama camp has linked this sort of politicing to the administration of […]

Candidates Ready to Rumble

It was refreshing to see most of the candidates off the campaign trail and spending time with their families and even doing a little work at food banks in the early states. Now, make no mistake about it their back on the campaign trail and ready for a fight. We’re approaching our first major contest […]