All tied up, with Pennsylvania in play

November 6, 2012

It’s anyone’s guess who wins the election tomorrow. Personally, I predict it will not be decided tomorrow, as the country is very divided and recent polls suggest a dead heat. We could have a 2000-type toss up with...

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Romney narrows the gap among women, likely voters

October 26, 2012

A few thoughts on the news that Mitt Romney seems to be narrowing the gap between himself and President Obama among likely voters, especially women.

This should really come as no surprise. The “War on Women” was bogus from the...

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History repeats itself with Obama’s refusal to meet Bibi; debate tonight

October 22, 2012


While surfing online to find information for an editorial I’m working on, I came across this clip and description of the historic “Rabbis’ March on Washington. It was a demonstration that took place on on October 6, 1943, in...

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Debate looked like a draw, Jerry Springer style

October 17, 2012


If debates mean anything, the one on October 3rd gave Americans a close look at Mitt Romney, and they concluded he was not as unlikable as the pundits keep telling them he is.

Last night, October 16th, both Governor Romney and...

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Just in time for Halloween, Obama and Romney afraid of … Candy?

October 15, 2012


Just in time for Halloween … Romney and Obama are afraid of … Candy Crowley?

Obama and Romney are apparently objecting to CNN’s Crowley, who is set to moderate Tuesday evening’s presidential debate. They are...

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Presidential Debate: The Prince and the Fighter

October 4, 2012

From The Algemeiner



A few quick thoughts about Wednesday’s Presidential debate between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.

Romney has been fighting to be President of the United States for eight long years. He was not anointed by his party; his competitors...

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Round one, Romney

October 4, 2012


A few quick thoughts about tonight’s Presidential debate.

Mitt Romney has been fighting to be President of the United States for eight long years. He was not anointed by his party; his competitors for the nomination (remember Newt?)...

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Christie, Trump to Romney: be tough on Obama Wednesday

October 1, 2012


New Jersey Governor Chris Christie seems to believe that Mitt Romney can surge ahead of President Obama in Wednesday’s debate.

This week on Hannity’s America, Donald Trump urged Romney to be “tough” on Obama, remarking...

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President Obama giving Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood-dominated govt. half a billion in “emergency funds” With friends like these …

September 30, 2012

Buried on the inside pages of our nation’s great newspapers last Friday was the news that President Obama has decided to be extremely generous with U.S. tax dollars to Egypt. These “emergency funds” (half a billion...

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President Obama, it’s not about the film; it’s about facing realities

September 25, 2012

Just watched President Obama deliver his speech at the U.N. A few thoughts.

First, I thought the President did a decent job condemning extremism and pointing out that most people around the world are peaceful and moderate. He also stood up for the...

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