Post Presidential Debate Analysis – Obama vs. Romney 10/3/12 2

By Daniel McKay
Post Presidential Debate Analysis - Obama vs. Romney 10/3/12
UPDATE: According to a CNN flash poll, 67% say that Romney won the debate to 25% for Obama. Well the debate is over – and surely each side will have talking heads giving their take on who they have crowned the victor. Here is my take: Pre-debate: CNN analysts botch the introduction of Ann Romney. ...

Debate Blast From The Past: History Repeats & Nothing Changed 2

By Daniel McKay
Debate Blast From The Past: History Repeats & Nothing Changed
While we hear the Presidential Debates – the economy will no doubt be a topic that is on most American’s minds. We are seeing the classic debate from two sides who have not changed for 20 years. Check out this video of President Clinton during a debate with President George H.W. Bush (if you go ...

Obama vs. Romney: Presidential Debate

By Princeton Moses G.
Obama vs. Romney: Presidential Debate
Both Parties are trying to dampen expectations by lavishing praises on the other candidate’s debating skills. This strategy is so uncanny and devoid of subtlety that it highlights the enormity of what’s at stake during this upcoming  Presidential Debate for both President Obama and Gov. Romney. Historically, Presidential Debates aren’t known to sway public opinion or turn ...

Why Do People Vote Against Their Self-Interests? 3

By Daniel McKay
Why Do People Vote Against Their Self-Interests?
Do People Consistently Vote Against Their Own Self Interests? Well, people at least think they aren’t – and the reason is asymmetric information. In laymen’s they don’t know what the heck they’re doing. While writing “Who Said Money Can’t Buy Happiness?” and reading a recent pew report, I started to ask myself – do people actually vote with their ...

The Republican Party’s Bleak Electoral Future 1

By Princeton Moses G.
The Republican Party's Bleak Electoral Future
The Republican Party is on the verge of sinking into the abyss of electoral politics perhaps for generations to come. When President (D) Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil-Rights act of 1964, a law which prohibited major forms discrimination, including those based on race. He was heard whispering to an aide: “The Democratic Party has lost ...

Top 10 Questions For The Presidential Debate 1

By Daniel McKay
Top 10 Questions For The Presidential Debate
We have aggregated and sorted through the top 10 questions for the presidential debate. These questions were taken via online sources, notably you can follow additional questions on the CNN i.report blog  Note these are questions meant for BOTH candidates, I would love to see the contrast (if any)!   And they are… 10. My question ...

A Foreign Country RULING America? 5

By Daniel
A Foreign Country RULING America?
Will A Foreign Country Rule America? It Is Possible… Current rulings lifting limits on corporate campaign finance open up the real possibility of foreign influence. Recently Jesse Ventura was a guest on Piers Morgan Tonight – and while I don’t agree with that loon 99% of the time, he made a really interesting observation. Corporate ...

If Obama Is Re-elected Will We Face Fiscal ARMAGEDDON? 4

By Daniel
If Obama Is Re-elected Will We Face Fiscal ARMAGEDDON?
Do We Face Fiscal Armageddon if Obama is Re-elected? In short, no. The Republicans have already said that they will have to compromise with the Democrats should Obama win. January 1, 2013: The Day of Reckoning. This is the date where automatic across the board cuts are set to take effect, slashing entitlement programs and ...

Romney Butchers the Pledge of Allegiance

By Daniel McKay
Romney Butchers the Pledge of Allegiance
Romney Needs A Lesson On The “Pledge Of Allegiance” Because Right Now He’s Butchering It. The Pledge of Allegiance is about equality, brotherhood… and socialism.  Now I like the Pledge of Allegiance, we all remember reciting it daily before we began our studies in primary and secondary school, but I’m no socialist. Perhaps the future ...

Do the presidential elections matter?

By Daniel McKay
Do the presidential elections matter?
Do the presidential elections matter? Is this truly an election that will shape the future of America? Or will realpolitik always be the victor of elections? We have seen the attacks by Romney on Obama for his handling of the violent protests against the US embassies around the Muslim world. Many Republicans scorned Obama for making the ...