Monthly Archives: September 2012

Truth and Change

Mitt Romney is correct. 47% of the country will not vote for him and the vast majority of them refuse to believe they are the primary agent of their own destinies, or that their obligations are not rendered moot by … Continue reading

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The ‘Concerned Citizen’ Presidency

Most of the media is hell bent on using the smoldering ruins of our “Arab Spring” foreign policy to find fault with Romney’s leadership persona, all the while his opponent whose policy it actually is observes the events with detachment, … Continue reading

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Ronald Brownstein Doesn’t Understand Immigration (or Party Platforms)

Try as I might, I can’t ignore the following line from Ronald Brownstein’s most recent National Journal Article: “Republicans, tellingly, approved a platform that took an uncompromisingly hard line on immigration—for instance, by urging the denial of federal education funds … Continue reading

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The Republican National Convention: ‘Forward’

Regardless whether one takes a macro or micro view, the Republicans entered the second week of convention season with all the momentum and no shortage of reasons for optimism. As previously noted, the “choice election” Team Obama spent so heavily … Continue reading

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