The current fight against COVID-19 favors a president who is quick to decide, willing to let businesses help out, friendly with the media, and motivated by a deep desire to handle the crisis right. Of the seven most recent presidents, none had everything going for them, but two had three of the four needed traits: DonaldContinue reading “Which Recent President Would Handle The Coronavirus Crisis Best?”
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Can McCain still win with a crashing stock market?
Can McCain win in spite of the stock market crash? Presidential elections are as complicated and nuanced as the stock market so trying to tie the two together is sometimes elusive. There is so much data and so many variables that one can almost prove any bias. There is one thing clear. Most markets areContinue reading “Can McCain still win with a crashing stock market?”
The attacks on Bristol Palin
Presidential Campaigns: When the children become the issue. The media’s cruel attacks on Bristol Palin, the seventeen year old daughter of vice presidential nominee, Governor Sarah Palin, are nothing new. The young Palin is single and apparently pregnant and some in the media are self righteously, outraged. After all, isn’t Governor Palin an evangelical Christian? Continue reading “The attacks on Bristol Palin”