The media narrative meets reality in Masschusetts

You know how everybody keeps thinking the Rush Limbaugh, Sandra Fluke business is has totally turned Obama's anti-religious mandate into a winning issue for Democrats: I know the pundits think this is a terrific issue for Democrats. They hope we keep talking about forcing Catholics to pay for birth control and “day-after” pills ’til November. … Continue reading The media narrative meets reality in Masschusetts

Yes, Virginia, there is an alternative to Mitt Romney

Virginia has very strict requirements for getting on the primary ballot: ten thousand certified signatures by an early deadline.  Well-funded campaigns manage; others do not.  The only two candidates on the ballot were Romney and Ron Paul. You would think that having no opposition except for a guy who has pulled down about 10% of … Continue reading Yes, Virginia, there is an alternative to Mitt Romney

Yesterday demonstrates why Rick Santorum not Mitt Romney should be the GOP nominee

That might sound counter intuitive but looking at the results of last night it is the logical conclusion and the explanation is pretty simple: Yesterday Mitt Romney won five states, maybe six. He did this with a powerful organization, the full weight of the GOP establishment behind him and with a war chest that allowed … Continue reading Yesterday demonstrates why Rick Santorum not Mitt Romney should be the GOP nominee

The Left will tell you who they fear: “apparent winner” edition

One of the things that you notice when you do this long enough are the more subtle methods of persuasion and suggestion that the media uses. Yesterday was Super Tuesday and there was a myriad of results. Gingrich taking Georgia, Santorum taking North Dakota, Oklahoma and Tennessee, Romney taking Vermont, Massachusetts, Alaska, Idaho and Virginia … Continue reading The Left will tell you who they fear: “apparent winner” edition