Those of you who have seen in me in the morning hours know that I have very little dignity before noon. So as I sat in a pair of athletic shorts and a dirty white t-shirt this morning I decided to turn on Morning Joe, which is among the most undignified programs on television. Fitting [...]
Blah blah blah, Barnes is within striking distance of all the Republicans, Thurbert doesn’t get above 36%, no point in even polling for other candidates.
Nothing on the primary from what I saw.
RB vs Ox: 43 – 45
RB vs Deal: 39 – 46
RB vs KH: 41 – 42
RB vs Eric: 42 [...]
This past week marked the one-year anniversary of President Barack Obama’s signing of the federal stimulus act. It’s a fair question to ask how much good, if any, the stimulus act did in creating new jobs or saving existing jobs.
In the last presidential election, Democrat Barack Obama drew an estimated 78 percent of the Jewish vote, continuing a longstanding trend of Jewish support for Democratic presidential candidates. If you’re wondering why so few Jewish voters choose Republicans, a recent op-ed column that appeared in the Orangeburg (S.C.) Times and Democrat may provide a [...]