The margin of error is 2.8%… Read more

Differences on many issues were clear in the debate tonight. The three issues which stood out to me involved McCain’s plan to directly assist troubled mortgage holders, tax policy and Israel. Question 13 on Israel was striking to me. If Israel was attacked, would the candidate commit troops to support Israel? McCain was clear that we would defend Israel. I am not sure what Obama would do based on his answer; he said he would not options off the table… Read more

As always, I am very interested in hearing from readers about why this does or doesn’t matter. The CNN report makes it clear that Obama wants to minimize the actual relationship. I think this mostly goes away if Obama said somthing like, I made a mistake in hitching my wagon to this guy and moved away from him when I realized what he did and what he stood for. However, as documented by this report, his campaign has fudged a… Read more

Researching Barack Obama’s philosophical influences, I came across an article called Obamanomics by David Moberg and published in the left-leaning, In These Times. The March, 2008 article is worth a read in light of the current economic troubles. Moberg predicts the current crisis and discusses Obama’s position regarding the financial industry at that time: Subprime plans When it comes to many of the larger issues hounding the economy, Obama hasn’t done much to distinguish himself. He has not been a… Read more

I remember the 1987 Black Monday; this one isn’t quite as black in percentage terms but we may not be finished. Wow, glad we passed that bailout rescue plan. I am not actually sure how I mean that. One could say if the rescue plan was still in doubt then the bloodletting would be worse. But then one might say the rescue plan is inadequate to address the serious fear which appears to infiltrate the financial markets. Chime in… Read more

Imagine Jim Dobson or Rick Warren endorsing Barack Obama. Imagine the headlines and news stories which would derive from such an endorsement. Now imagine a major Democratic operative, who is heads one of the largest chapters of the National Organization for Women endorsing John McCain and Sarah Palin, primarily due to Sarah Palin’s place on the ticket. Both would be big news, right? One would think either scenario would be reported widely. However, when Ms. Shelly Mandell endorsed Sarah Palin… Read more

In his Fall, 2008 newsletter, Richard Cohen says that he is looking for a new Director of the International Healing Foundation. On page 3, Cohen announces: PASSING THE TORCH OF TRUTH AND LOVE Now that these three landmark healing protocols are completed, it’s time to raise up the next generation of healers. Therefore, I would like to announce that we are seeking a new director for the International Healing Foundation (IHF). We are looking for a committed person with a… Read more

Looks like the Senate made it safe for some Monday no voters to come out yes today. Who knows what will be in it by the time it is passed. Read more

I do not know if Obama knows about this or had anything to do with it, but I would like to find out. This You Tube page has some information that I cannot verify at this time but you can read it there. This is the organization which the poster of the You Tube video says is responsible: URBAN COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP ACADEMY, 1524 PASEO BLVD, 18th & Vine District, Kansas City, MO. And then there is this video making the… Read more

The gaffes didn’t materialize in tonight’s VP debate. Most commentary had Palin winning the debate but Biden and Palin both did well without major problems. Palin had the most to lose and probably on that basis could be perceived the winner. Drudge has a poll with over 100,000 votes at this point with Palin over Biden about 75-25. In a conference call after the debate, Senator Rick Santorum of PA said Palin really connected with voters in ways that she… Read more

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