Archive for the ‘Analysis’ Category

Spontaneity

29Mar07

Stroll through any bookstore, surf the political blogosphere, or strike up a conversation with random pedestrians. All three can provide the same message- there’s something wrong with politics today. Of course there is an element of truth to this; the nature of our political system forces politicians to take into consideration views that don’t coincide […]


I woke up this morning- admittedly quite late- to two words: “Hey. Abortion?” by my friend via online chat. We’re both of the male subset of the species so clearly the question didn’t pertain directly to either of us. It took me a moment to realize he was inquiring as to my stance on the […]


Sorry for the brief period of non-posting. Perhaps I will engage in a bombardment of posts this weekend to make up for it. First up, Stuart of PoliticalGrind.com had a take on my earlier “GOP Should Stick with its Big Guns” article. He disagrees with me, and since free speech is what fosters, umm, freedom- […]


The Christian Science Monitor recently published an article entitled “GOP voter discontent allows new entrants for ’08.” Its basic premise lies in the fact that the G.O.P. faces a dearth of “qualified conservative” candidates; this thought process has permeated news media for some weeks. I contend that this is in fact a good thing. Let’s […]


In an interview with ‘Focus on the Family’ founder James Dobson today, potential Republican candidate Newt Gingrich admitted to having an extramarital affair during the 90’s- the same time he was calling for the President Bill Clinton’s impeachment. As the story begins to gain popularity in news media, I am sure the major focus will […]


The Democrats took control of Congress in 2006 on the premise that they would bring change to a stagnant Middle Eastern policy; indeed, as many put it, “voter outrage” was what contributed most to the win. Don’t look now, but voter outrage could very easily start to turn right back in the opposite direction- at […]


Okay, okay enough of Ann Coulter. It’s been almost a week since her controversial comment, but news stations just can’t get enough of her. “Has Ann Coulter gone too far?” they can’t stop inquiring. The fact of the matter is simply this: Ann Coulter will never have gone too far. Fine, three newspapers may have […]