Monthly Archives: October 2012

A Retort to Chris Matthews by Rich F.

First, a little housekeeping note: A good friend, Rich F., sends me emails, usually on a weekly basis, on his thoughts about politics or the state of the world. I, and others, have urged him to start his own blog. … Continue reading

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The 3rd Presidential Debate

The third and final Presidential debate went off last night without a bang … or a boom (1st debate) … or some sadistic laughing clown (VP debate). Not much happened in this debate at all. As such, this review will … Continue reading

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The Case Against George Zimmerman – Latest Developments – October 19th, 2012 Hearing

This will be very brief. The latest hearing in the George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin case occurred today. Mr. Zimmerman’s lawyer, Mark O’Mara had subpoenaed school records and social media site records for Trayvon Martin so the defense could dig into Mr. … Continue reading

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The 2nd Presidential Debate

The 2nd Presidential debate aired last night. As always, for those that missed it, here is the transcript and video. First, a note about the location. My quick reaction to this town hall-style debate taking place in New York was … Continue reading

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The Vice Presidential Debate

Last night the only Vice Presidential Debate between Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan took place. In case you missed it, here’s the video and transcript. The overall feeling is that both men did what they came to … Continue reading

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A Quick Note About the Jobless Rate

All over the 24-hour news networks, print, and internet media, the lead is the new jobless rate: How we got to that rate isn’t discussed. Here is the report issued by the Labor Department yesterday that talks about 873,000 jobs … Continue reading

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First Romney/Obama Presidential Debate

Last night, President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney squared off against each other for the first time in the 2012 campaign season in what was the first of three Presidential debates. Full transcript and video. The night clearly belonged … Continue reading

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The Problem With Polling

Everywhere I turn, it seems, there is yet another poll that comes out that shows President Obama up by 8 points here or another that shows Romney up by 3 points there, yet both of those two polls were taken … Continue reading

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