I said it in early 2011 and I’ll say it again now: this is not a defining moment in Obama’s Presidency

Back in 2011, after Gabby Giffords was shot, Obama made a touching speech in Arizona.  Pundits said that it was a "defining moment" in his Presidency.  On Peter's show, I doubled down and said, "Hell, no, it's not, and it won't change a thing." You're all thinking, "Ohhh, yeah, I remember that speech, I think, … Continue reading I said it in early 2011 and I’ll say it again now: this is not a defining moment in Obama’s Presidency

Abortion without Trauma? Really?

Yesterday I had a conversation with a lady concerning the Republican ticket. She had a quite legitimate beef against Mitt Romney multiple positions on various issues over the year. (An issue I'm still surprised the left has not exploited more) But when she referred to Paul Ryan as "crazy" I took issue. She stated it … Continue reading Abortion without Trauma? Really?

Realville: The Soft Bigotry of Low Expectations pays for Obama

Looking at the media reaction to the debate particularly from our friends in MSNBC perfectly illustrates the difference between Strategy and Tactics that I discussed in one of my premium commentaries. The left seems unanimous that Obama won this debate decisively, they point to the "women" questions. They point to Candy Crowley's "tackle" of Mitt … Continue reading Realville: The Soft Bigotry of Low Expectations pays for Obama