Archive for the ‘Controversy’ Category

I was browsing Google News today and came across the Ohio county voting scandal. I’ll summarize (ie copy-paste the guts of it) here: “CLEVELAND — All four election board members for Cuyahoga County, troubled by recount rigging charges and voting machine problems, have been told to resign or face being fired, a state official said […]

Sometimes, simple misinterpretation is all that is required to severely damage a campaign. The International Union of Firefighters’ accusation (below) against Giuliani may not do too much harm, but it will certainly bring some- perhaps unwarranted- negative press. Giuliani maintains that he pulled the firefighters to follow safety guidelines while firefighters insist that it wasn’t […]

Fox News’ new self-proclaimed “fair and balanced” motto took yet another hit when its co-hosted debate with Democratic Presidential candidates was called off by Democrats. If the debate had been allowed, it could have gone a long way in mending fences with liberal activists who have continued to oppose Fox.  Although many have accused Fox […]

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 […]

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 […]

Disclaimer: I am a guest analyst, and although I admire Sen. McCain I have been actively supporting Rudy Giuliani. (AVoiceofReason) Ronald Kessler reports in Newsmax that aides to Sen. McCain’s opponents were “stunned” by his decision not to show at CPAC this past week. According to CPAC officials the Senator had rejected invitations to speak, […]

Ann Coulter used the slur “faggot” to gain some laughs at the CPAC. While the slur- aimed at Democratic candidate John Edwards- did draw laughs from the conservative audience, Rudy Giuliani, Mitt Romney, and John McCain have been quick to condemn it. First, here’s the excerpt from her talk: Meanwhile, gay rights activist groups have […]

Obama Quits


Perhaps in direct response to the recent poll suggesting voters disliked candidates who smoked, Barack Obama has announced he is quitting smoking. He says he has pledged to his wife, Michelle, that he will only chew Nicotine gum from this point; surely it will help him in terms of his health and his campaign. As […]

The 2008 Presidential Election is as unique as they come- a woman, an African American, and a Mormon are all considered top 5 candidates to receive a Democratic or Republican nomination. But while writers across America have speculated time and time what difficulties Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and Mitt Romney will soon find themselves facing, […]

Republican Duncan Hunter of California became the first Presidential candidate to air a TV ad in the state of New Hampshire on Saturday. Just two days later, a controversy has started to brew. First, here’s the video in question- Congressman Hunter espousing the virtues of a border fence. According to a New Hampshire news site, […]