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Category Archives: Presidential Politics
How many mistakes can a campaign make and still have the candidate considered as a front runner 2016 elections? I would enjoy the comedy of it all if it weren’t for the fact that she is still being considered as … Continue reading
It has been 34 years since the fall of the US Embassy in Tehran. While that is an event that many of us have placed in the dustbins of history, we received a reminder of the event as “tens of … Continue reading
Been a busy few weeks here but I thought I would weigh in on a political topic for a moment. Last week Margaret Thatcher passed away. A historical figure with a strength and courage the likes of which Britain had not seen … Continue reading
POTUS – Shakespeare Go check this link from Weerd World for an interesting take on POTUS’ lecture earlier this week. My Thoughts on the Inauguration Speech | Weerd World.
I had been trying to figure out a tasteful way to bring up this historical point. It seems Barron has already managed it, so I direct you to: Some Historical Context… – The Minuteman.
Below is a video. It is a little long and the sharpness of the transitions is a little bit on the rough side. That said, it presents it’s message in a very thought provoking and powerful way. You don’t have … Continue reading
It appears that I am in one of “those moods” today. As the election cycle is ramping up I wonder where exactly this Republic has lost it’s courage. We see daily examples of where the values and courage of our … Continue reading
I have not really paid a ton of attention to the nominating conventions. For the most part, they are not covered well and the real business takes place off camera. That’s the way things get done in politics and in … Continue reading
Let’s drive away from my Rockcastle experiences and into politics for a second. This is coming from a PAC that is an interesting group. The fact that they have formed a PAC and taken to the airwaves is an indication … Continue reading