Still stumping for Hillary; Ohio Dems mixed on Obama

This article from the Daily Telegraph reports some Hillary supporters who are not ready to let go of their gal, Hillary.I have been quite surprised how many women I have talked to around Western PA who were not in favor of Hillary because of her stance on social issues or other issues for that matter, but favored her nonetheless. Rather, they really believed it was simply time for female leadership. Palin has resonated with them and may be the ticket going forward. There are so many … [Read more...]

Obama, Clinton spar over bitterness in PA

In last night's Clinton-Obama debate in Philadelphia, moderator Charlie Gibson asked Obama to clarify his remarks regarding Pennsylvanians bitterness with government and their gravitation toward guns and God. The entire transcript is here. I am reproducing the crux of the answers from Obama and Clinton. I don't think he appreciably changed the basic meaning of his earlier comments.Obama said:And so the point I was making was that when people feel like Washington's not listening to them, … [Read more...]

Religion and the 2008 election: A conversation with Paul Kengor, Fred Barnes and Michael Medved

Currently, here at Grove City College, the Center for Vision and Values is hosting our annual conference. Titled, "Church and State: 2008 - A history of church-state relations and and a look at where the values voter will turn in 2008," the schedule is filled with scholarly papers regarding church-state relations with special emphasis on how these issues impact politics and policy.Earlier this evening, I attended a panel discussion that was billed as an interview of the Beltway Boys (Fred … [Read more...]

PA bowlers unimpressed with Obama; Clinton gets one pin

Kegler vote may roll away from Obama and ClintonALTOONA, PA - WTHN - Campaigning in Altoona, Pennsylvania, Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama may have significantly injured his chances in the Pennsylvania primary with a dismal performance on the lanes. Obama characteristically upbeat, raised expectations when he complimented the Pleasant Valley Bowl saying, "Those are some fine bowling shoes!" Asked if his campaign team could beat the Clinton in bowling, Obama said convincingly, … [Read more...]


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