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Racial Hatred of Obama?

Racial Hatred of Obama?

The title/headline is a paraphrase and variant of something uttered by MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, after the third and final presidential debate on Monday night. I have seen this blanket statement previously in passing during the Obama presidency and really haven’t given it much thought.  I’ve not given it much thought as the concept, idea or [...]

Third Party Candidates

Third Party Candidates

  Not until the past couple of weeks have I seen much or heard much about the third party candidates who have qualified for this 2012 Presidential Election.  I’ve seen several postings and comments in passing about third party candidates in my various social media and news streams and yet not much more.   The [...]

Mediscare?

Mediscare?

There are a couple of types of campaign issues that attract my attention.  There are those issues that a candidate makes an impassioned and logical  case for, and there are issues that directly or soon will affect me directly. One of those issues is Medicare,  as the lovely and talented lady of the house and [...]

The Ivy Covered Walls of Higher Education

The Ivy Covered Walls of Higher Education

I don’t remember if my College had ivy covered walls and I’ll assert that in the larger scheme of things, whether it did or not really would not have impacted my time spent learning.  There has been plenty of talk about college students and teachers in the current political discourse, and just how does that [...]

Where are the Coattails?

Where are the Coattails?

In politics a successful politician who can help get others from the party elected simply by association is said to have coattails.  In the 2008 election President Obama was given credit for helping to elect Democrats in many state and local elections after local officials and candidates eagerly joined Obama at every event and did [...]

The Quick and the Dead

The Quick and the Dead

  When U.S. embassies and interests in the Middle East came under attack and U.S. Ambassador  Christopher Stevens was sodomized and murdered on September 11, Mitt Romney issued a statement about how he believed the situation should be handled.  President Obama and his surrogates began saying that Romney shot first and aimed later.  President Obama’s gunfighter analogy may not [...]

Ready For Your New Tax?

Ready For Your New Tax?

January 1, 2013 will be the beginning of lots of new things.  A new year and new taxes amongst other things.  One new tax, according to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) is the penalty-tax provision of The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) that forces individuals to buy insurance or pay the penalty. Our [...]

Getting Our MOVE On?

Getting Our MOVE On?

There is a Presidential Election coming up in about a month and a half and we’re still dealing with voting issues.  The purpose of the Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment Act (MOVE)  signed by President Obama on October 28, 2009 is to help military serving overseas and citizens who live abroad vote in U.S. elections. [...]

Presidents and Job Growth

Presidents and Job Growth

  It’s now been 43 months, (three years and seven months) into President Obama’s term and we continue to see an unemployment rate of more than eight percent.  I believe we can call this a trend at this point.       In researching the Bureau of Labor statistics for job growth during a president’s [...]

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