2008

 
 

Mitt Romney’s Heart: Republican Nominee Pleads His Case to NAACP

Mitt Romney, as any presidential candidate – regardless of party – got invited to speak to the NAACP.

 

How the Internet Could Save Democracy

In June, Mitt Romney’s campaign raised an astonishing $106.1 million, while Pres. Obama pulled in $71 million, reported Reuters.com. Citizens United, the SCOTUS ruling that opened the floodgates of corporate spending in political campaigns can be credited for this discrepancy.

 

Mitt Romney’s Candidacy Brings Little Enthusiasm to Republican Ticket

I know Republicans would really like to beat President Barack Obama out of a second term.

 

Happy birthday, Freedom of Information Act! [The Pump Handle]

While the adoption of the Declaration of Independence is the most important anniversary that the US celebrates on July 4th, this date is also the anniversary of the Freedom of Information Act.

 

My Religion, My Politics and My Sexuality

Throughout my life I have always been faced with God. Unlike maybe someone like Bill Maher, I can’t become an atheist or even an agnostic; God is in my blood and I believe in Him. Even in those times in my life when I was living just for me, God was still there being a part of my life.

 

The Politics of Fools, Lies and Deception

Politics is a dirty game. Candidates sling mud at each other and outside well-funded sources fill our airwaves with ads that are anything but honest. We can look back to the 2000 presidential race for a good example of what lies and deception can do to affect an election.

 

Marijuana Legalization: Obama’s Key to the Youth Vote

President Obama has proven over his presidency to be very smart; he knows who his base is and he knows what they want and most importantly, he knows how to give it to them.

 

2012 Presidential Election a “War of Words” or Lies

With public relations of any kind, words can carry great weight to influence positive or negative reactions out of people; presidential campaigns are no different.

 

Middle-Class Keep Losing Ground While 1 Percent Grow Wealthier

Trickle-down economics have not been good for the middle-class, over time they keep losing ground to the wealthiest of Americans.