Some Still Don’t Know What We Knew Then and Aren’t Sure What We Know Now

Jeb_Bush_at_CPAC_2015,_National_Harbor,_MD_05“…every other real or imagined candidate felt compelled to jump in with their response to what they would have decided twelve years ago based on what we knew then or what we know now or what we thought we knew then or think we know now but didn’t know then.” Continue reading Some Still Don’t Know What We Knew Then and Aren’t Sure What We Know Now

The Republican’s Electile Dysfunction

A clear majority of Republican primary voters and caucus-goers just can’t seem to get up for any one of their presidential candidates. Continue reading The Republican’s Electile Dysfunction

Mitt and the Republican Grass Roots

Mitt Romney’s major problem is, though he’s been able to survive a string of challengers reminiscent of the Star Wars cantina, he hasn’t been able to defeat the idea of challenges. Continue reading Mitt and the Republican Grass Roots

GOP Race Proves Power of the People

Analysts who fret about the health of America’s democracy and fear that the voters are being marginalized by insiders, the rich and the media exercising outsized power must be breathing an enormous sigh of relief as they watch the Republicans select their Presidential candidate. Any doubts that the people rule should be put to rest by the vibrant and robust process now underway. Continue reading GOP Race Proves Power of the People

Can Romney Cut Through the Rhetorical Red Tape?

With the GOP Presidential Primaries in full swing, longtime frontrunner Mitt Romney has seen his campaign scrutinized in almost every way imaginable. This week, two separate online publications took on the former Massachusetts Governor’s public speaking and rhetorical style. Continue reading Can Romney Cut Through the Rhetorical Red Tape?