‘Fool’s Gold’ 1

By Princeton Moses G.
'Fool's Gold'
“Morning Joe” host, Joe Scarborough often refers to the Republican Party’s futile efforts to win the State of Pennsylvania as “Fool’s Gold,” because every election cycle, the Party invests an exorbitant amount of time and money into the state, just to see the fruits of their labor on Election Night slowly enveloped into atrophy, like ...

“I Like What He Said”: The Final Presidential Debate – Early Summary 2

By Daniel McKay
The theme of the foreign policy section of the recent presidential debate went something like this: Obama: We are stronger than ever, under my leadership we are working to support moderate opposition groups in Syria, put pressure on Egypt to recognize minority rights, support Israel (we love you, please don’t be mad) blah blah blah ...

Obama’s Debate Comeback – “Mission Accomplished” 2

By Daniel McKay
Obama's Debate Comeback -
Recently, our very own Princeton Moses G wrote an article on what Obama needed to accomplish to continue his success on the campaign trail. While I don’t want to sound like I’m putting words in his mouth, but “Mission Accomplished.” The debate today was different from the past two. For the first time there was a ...

Obama’s Mission For The Next Debate (10/16/2012) 1

By Princeton Moses G.
Obama’s Mission For The Next Debate (10/16/2012)
Hitherto, the Obama campaign has had a significant edge over Mitt Romney’s campaign electorally, but complacency was the mother of that inept strategy which engendered the President’s feckless debate performance. As a result Gov. Romney has significantly erased the President’s lead. The latest polls show the Gov. and the President virtually tied, with a slight ...

Can’t Twist It: Employment Up – BLS Explained 2

By Daniel McKay
Can't Twist It: Employment Up - BLS Explained
The accusation that the “books are cooked” or that the numbers have fallen because people have dropped out of the labor force is absurd and unfounded.  Employment numbers come from a BLS (Bureau of Labor Statistics) survey that samples 60,000 households, consisting of roughly 110,000 individuals monthly from around the country. While this isn’t sampling ...

Do We Like Outsourcing? Maybe We Should! 2

By Daniel McKay
Do We Like Outsourcing? Maybe We Should!
London School of Economics Study Suggests America Has Done Well By Outsourcing. While we hate being outsourced, it is a natural and necessary reality to building a strong and robust economy. Recently, CNN featured a special entitled “Putting American’s to Work” about outsourcing. It highlighted some realities that we may not usually realize when we ...

Home Cooking: Mitt Romney’s Waffle Recipe 3

By Daniel McKay
Home Cooking: Mitt Romney's Waffle Recipe
If there is one thing that American’s almost unanimously dislike is a candidate who doesn’t have strong values, someone who bends like a branch on a tree whenever the wind blows. Mitt Romney’s Waffle Recipe: This is a great one for those who just don’t know what they want to eat when they start cooking ...

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 ...