Mitt Romney

 
 
 

Defending the One Percent

It seems puzzling that Harvard University would grant tenure, let alone appoint someone to be the chairman of its economics department, who fundamentally doesn't believe in economics.

 

Election 2014: Democrats, Get to Work or Face Chance of Losing Senate

We supporters of Barack Obama just won a major election and we are all feeling confident. We should, Obama definitely won a mandate when it comes to raising taxes on the rich, along with passing a comprehensive immigration policy.

 

NATE SILVER EAT YOUR HEART OUT

As many might remember in July of this year we released the results of our presidential electoral model to predict the results of the 2012 ele

 

Love Moves this Nation Forward

When President Obama gave his final call to volunteers Tuesday, my kids and I were of the thousands of people listening. Piped in through my laptop, the brief speech was experienced at my house in the kitchen, where I was making dinner.

 

Gen. David Petraeus: The GOP Superman

Gen. David Petraeus’s sudden resignation as CIA director on Friday is shocking, but what is more shocking is how the GOP and the media is handling this issues.

 

Did Mitt Romney Really Think He Was Going To Win?

I have been going back and forth on this question. And now that Taegan Goddard, author and former policy advisor has published the above screen shot of Mitt Romney's Presidential Transition Website.

 

Governor Chris Christie Gives Obama Praise, and Deserves Praise Himself

I must confess: I have not liked the New Jersey governor because of his consistent rudeness.

 

When Getting Lumped Beats Being Trumped

With "horses and bayonets" Mitt started a weak week, spending half the final debate getting trounced and half agreeing with the man doing the trouncing.

 

Last 2012 Presidential Debate Shows Obama Strong, Romney Holding Tight – To Obama’s Positions

I for one am glad that debate season is over and we can move on to the Election. We partisans, from both sides were hoping for a big win for our candidate but neither side got what they wanted.