I am observing the Republican National Convention from a distance; not only a physical distance, since I'm some 1,200 miles away, but also by reading about the proceedings a day or two away. Or, as Ace put it, I don't believe in doing #HotTakes while I watch television as seems to be the passion of … Continue reading The Trumpvention: The real issues are not going away
If you google "RNC Univision" you get 229,000 results, most of them criticizing the GOP's decision last month to not include Spanish-language TV channel Univision on its presidential debate schedule. "Republicans need Univision", decries Adrian Carrasquillo. "Univision is the country's fifth-largest TV network, reaching 94 million households," rattles off Raul Reyes, and on and on. … Continue reading Univision plays the world’s smallest violin
by baldilocks This week’s racial controversy involved Ebony Magazine senior editor Jamilah Lemieux and RNC staffer Raffi Williams—son of Fox News commentator Juan Williams. When you’re reading the conversation, stop seeing red and try to see green. #SMH @JamilahLemieux is harming the Ebony brand. Questioning "blackness" is something @EBONYMag has fought for yrs! pic.twitter.com/yhBOeIXGhl — D.J. … Continue reading What That Ebony Mag-RNC Thing Was Really About
My final interview at RNC Boston was Ann Clanton executive director of the RI GOP There aren't many state where an RNC person has it as tough as Massachusetts, Rhode Island is one of them, so if you're looking for someone to deal with a party matter, Ann is the type of person you want. … Continue reading Voices at the RNC Boston Ann Clanton (RI)
The Penultimate interview of my interviews from RNC Boston Peggy was one of the nicest folks I spoke to in the days I was attended the event.
Not all the people at RNC Boston represented states Holland Redfield represented the Virgin Islands I hope some of these RNC type were paying attention this week at Exempt america
Joe Nossa is the chair of the GOP in the state of Mississippi: It's interesting to contrast these final few RNC Boston posts with the grass-roots stuff I put up today.
I spoke to Greg Schaefer of Wyoming at RNC Boston Wyoming is not using a state with a lot of action but this time there will be.
At RNC Boston last month I spoke to Dave Agema, committeeman from Michigan. As a Vietnam vet I'd be very interested in his opinion on Syria
I spoke to Mary from the state of Wisconsin at RNC Boston: The Scott Walker win is still rivaled only by Scott Brown 2010 victory for its MSNBC head explosion quotient.
Another in my continuing series of interviews with attendees at RNC Boston I did a lot of these interviews and as I've posted them I look up these folks online and what did I find out about Bruce Hough other than the spelling on his nametag at RNC Boston was wrong? He gets it! Read … Continue reading Voices at the RNC Boston Bruce Hough (UT) He Gets IT!
Just after the Chris Christie speech I spoke to Sam Raja the chair of the NJ GOP It is no surprise that the NJ state chair is going to be behind Chris Christie, it is also no surprise that NJ is doing better under Christie then it would be under a democrat
Not everyone came for strictly political reasons, some came to promote their states like Gordan James & company Here is the entire team selling Arizona, is it a nice state to visit.
Day two at the RNC Boston became was a story of media rushes and speeches. The schedule showed several open events for Press including a town hall that I was anxious to attend: and a woman's forum that I also attended (both will have their own posts later on) But for the rest of the … Continue reading RNC in Boston Day 2 Chris Christie interesting Escalators and invisible minorities
I interviewed state chairman Matt Borges on Wednesday there are a ton of State Party chairmen from all over the country here and I have no idea why they aren't being constantly interviewed. *********************************************************** Maybe the MSM won't give you interviews with your state party chairman but DaTechguy will, and all I ask in return … Continue reading Voices at the RNC Matt Borges (OH)