Answering the Questions

By Posted 17 November 2011 | 2 Comments

Given the underwhelming performance of some of the Republican Presidential candidates, some might assume from the title that this article will focus on the range of delayed and incoherent responses we have seen from some of the candidates. While thoroughly … Continue reading

Exhausted by Lies

By Posted 09 November 2011 | 2 Comments

So many people tune out when it comes to politics. They can’t stand to watch political news coverage because it can be boring, petty, repetitive, sensationalized and disingenuous. People see politicians as dishonest and unethical. A November 2010 Gallup Poll revealed … Continue reading

All About Money

By Posted 30 September 2011 | 1 Comment

More money usually leads to an election win. In reviewing the November 2008 elections, the Center for Responsive Politics found that the candidate who spent the most money won in 93% of U.S. House and 94% of U.S. Senate races. These statistics … Continue reading

Corruption In Politics

By Posted 12 September 2011 | Comment

It is a sad reality, but protecting those with the most money in order to secure money and influence for campaigning is the top priority of too many elected officials. These types of politicians do not care about everyday Americans. … Continue reading

Throwing Down the Gauntlet

By Posted 09 September 2011 | Comment

In his passionate speech introducing the American Jobs Act, President Obama threw down the gauntlet and challenged members of congress to take action to help the American people and the national economy by passing his proposed plan immediately. Highlights of … Continue reading