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Beginning of the end, or end of the beginning?

The second presidential debate is almost here and is going to take place at Washington University in St. Louis at 9:00pm ET. This will give the American public another chance to watch their next...Read more

Assesment of Clinton's Victory over Trump

Now that the first U.S. presidential debate is over and people have had time to react to the settling of dust, it is time to reflect on the implications and the results of the first debate. There is...Read more

Reactions to First 2016 U.S. Presidential Debate

The first debate in this year's national election in the United States of America did not fail to live up to the hype people have been waiting for, and while it was at times very fiery between the...Read more

Preview of the First Debate for the Narrative of America

The first U.S. Presidential debate is about to start and air on NBC Nightly Newswill and will be moderated by anchor Lester Holt. Polls are showing that Clinton and Trump are currently in a deadlock...Read more

Election of the Corrupt

Have you ever stopped and wondered why our whole existence as individuals and people seems very much to be linked to corruption? Of course you have, there is something powerful in the atmosphere that...Read more

The Worst President in American History

We are now nearing the first awaited presidential debate between the Democratic candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton and the Republican candidate Donald Trump. This debate will give us an insight into...Read more

The Democrats Not-So-Democratic Superdelegates

It would seem rather difficult for the Clinton camp to put a positive spin on the New Hampshire primary. Entering the primary season the Secretary held nearly a 30 point lead. That lead continued to...Read more

The GOP's Dangerous Dilemma

CNN’s political prediction market seems to have the Republican nomination down to a 3 person race . The market is not a poll rather a prediction of how likely it is that a candidate wins the...Read more

The Dynamic Duo of Rubio-Kasich

“Well, I don’t play for second.” Ohio Governor John Kasich boldly claimed to the crowd at a town hall event today in Nashua, New Hampshire. No Republican nominee has ever won the presidency without...Read more

The State of the GOP Race

With only two months remaining until the first votes are cast there are a few prominent scenarios on the table for how the GOP primary will play out. It is still early enough where the dust has not...Read more

Once upon a time

Ms Charming Prince nee White decided enough was enough that no matter how charming her philandering Prince he had to go and she moved back in with the seven dwarfs. Not far away in a gold leaf...Read more

Mixed Nuts

The off-year elections send off mixed messages: from wins to regulate money in politics to a loss for healthcare in Kentucky's gov race, it's a foggy forecast for the year ahead. The president's...Read more

There Always Seems To Be A Confusion What "Independent Voter" Means. Avec Sondage [poll]

Some seem to think that means someone not sure which of the main two parties to vote for, in other words "swing voters". How many "swing voters" are there these days? My guess is that whatever "swing...Read more

LA-Gov: Tun In Tonight To Watch John Bel Edwards (D) Debate Diaper Dave Vitter (R)

Received this e-mail today from John Bel Edwards' (D. LA) campaign: Tune in tonight at 6 p.m. to see me take on David Vitter (a.k.a. Bobby Jindal on steroids)! The live stream is at http://ktbs.com...Read more

Democrat Debate Night Takeaways

With most of 2016's attention on the Republican race, the Democrats finally took center stage. Here are the major takeaways from debate night. 1. Clinton and Sanders contrasts - With Hillary Clinton...Read more

Understanding the Summer of Sanders and Trump

Just a few months ago conventional political wisdom would have been close to certain on two predictions Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee for President. Donald Trump will be a non-factor...Read more

Game On - GOP Debate Kicks off in Cleveland

The Fox News Moderators came to play and brought tough, pointed questions to commence the 2016 GOP debate series. In an animated debate that saw a little of everything, a hand-raising question asked...Read more

Charles Koch. Mocking Us All

Charles Koch owes me a keyboard and monitor, there I was drinking coffee and reading the usual drivel from a major purveyor of economic and political corruption, then at the end this.... Koch went on...Read more

Jeb Champions Florida Record in Hudson NH Town Hall

Presidential Candidate Jeb Bush firmly contrasted his record as Florida governor with the “sorry state of affairs in Washington DC.” Jeb addressed a standing-room-only crowd of a few hundred at the...Read more

Don't Sleep on Rand Paul

Today, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul announced his candidacy for President of the United States. Of all the potential candidates in the 2016 field, Paul has been particularly tricky to figure out not...Read more

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