Tag Archives: Ronald Reagan

The Revolution Will Be Tweeted…In Wisconsin?

Perhaps revolution is catching on. With all the unrest we’ve been talking about in the Middle East with social networking fueling the fires of participative democracy, an interesting thing is happening in Madison, Wisconsin. Around 30,000 people showed up at … Continue reading

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In This Corner…Jon Huntsman

2012 Contender Series: Jon Huntsman In this corner… is an ongoing series looking into the viability of potential candidates for the 2012 Presidential race. (Updated: Huntsman officially left the race and endorsed Mitt Romney prior to the South Carolina primary) (Updated: … Continue reading

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Violence as a Political Tool

It is ironic that I was working on an article about my childhood recollections of growing up in Alabama with George C. Wallace as my Governor when this tragedy in Tucson took place. Seems like an appropriate time to discuss … Continue reading

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No Surprise

This is another article in the series on conspiracy theories. We all know the bare bones of the Iranian Hostage story. Fifty-two American citizens were seized in November of 1979 when a group of militants and heavily armed students took over the … Continue reading

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Are Republicans “Beyond Redemption?”

That’s the suggestion of John C. Danforth, a respected Republican former Senator from Missouri and Ambassador to the U.N. during the Bush administration. Senator Danforth was responding this weekend to the news reported at Red State that Senator Richard Lugar … Continue reading

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The ‘Tell’

Those of you who play poker probably know this. There are several variations on the game but I like to play Texas Hold ‘em. Poker players often become hypersensitive to body language when looking for clues as to whether the … Continue reading

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What Makes a Progressive President?

History usually waits a few years or even decades before passing judgment on a sitting President to gain some objectivity although I didn’t spare any of that for the previous inhabitant of the White House (a topic for another time … Continue reading

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