Princeton Moses Gbah: The Republican Party’s Path Forward 1

By Princeton Moses G.
Princeton Moses Gbah: The Republican Party's Path Forward
Decades from now, when Political Historians are analyzing their way through the archives of American Political History, they shall conclude with unanimous certitude, that the 2012 Presidential Election results were indeed an insidious apogee of the Republican Party’s descent into political abyss. A defeat brought upon by political malpractice, self-injurious behavior foiled amid a tidal-wave ...

Romney’s… I Mean McCain’s… Wait I Mean Bush’s 5 Point Plan 2

By Daniel McKay
Romney's... I Mean McCain's... Wait I Mean Bush's 5 Point Plan
Romney’s… I Mean McCain’s… Wait I Mean Bush’s 5 Point Plan. I’ve been travelling recently and haven’t had much time to make a post so I thought while I’m still out-of-town I would mention this – previously reported but interesting nonetheless. What Romney’s 5 point economic plan looks like to me is a set of ...

Congressional Gridlock: The Public Chain Gang 2

By Daniel McKay
Congressional Gridlock: The Public Chain Gang
If you want to help stop the Gridlock in Congress, please take a few seconds to sign the Citizen’s pledge to hold Congressmen accountable. You can sign the pledge at http://stopthegridlock.com The People are no fans of gridlock, from both the Right and Left, constituents are fed up with the ways of our recent congressional ...

Why Do People Vote Against Their Self-Interest: Take 2 1

By Princeton Moses G.
My esteemed colleague Daniel McKay here at ideafart asked a thought-provoking question in one of his posts. “ Why Do People Vote Against Their Self-Interests?” The answer to such a question is more ambiguous than meets the eye. Though self-interest may vary from one individual to the next, nonetheless, many people perhaps through their certitude ...

The American Caste Society – In Class Warfare Money Rules 6

By Daniel McKay
The American Caste Society - In Class Warfare Money Rules
The United States comes closest to the ideal of prosperity for all in a classless society. – Richard Nixon to Soviet premier Nikita Khruschev, 1959 I wish this could be said today, as it was said in 1959. The real prospect of the “American Dream” is more folklore than a reality for many Americans today. ...

Post Vice Presidential Debate Analysis 10/11/12 1

By Daniel McKay
Post Vice Presidential Debate Analysis 10/11/12
The debate tonight was nothing short of a good and constructive discussion. Both candidates were passionate and loud. Unlike the first Presidential Debate, no candidate checked out – each put out their points and reached out to the American people. The verdict? It was a tie.. The moderator was much stronger this debate, she dug ...

The Vice Presidential Debate – 10/11/2012

By Princeton Moses G.
The Vice Presidential Debate - 10/11/2012
One can go back decades in the archives of American political history in search of a scenario where a Vice Presidential Debate has altered or influenced the outcome of an election and come out empty-handed. But this time could be different; the stakes perhaps are higher than they’ve ever been, amplified by the President’s peculiar or rather ...

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 ...