Why America Loves Trump

He’s brash, he’s materialistic, he’s got casino tastes, and he often changes his mind, which is a no-no for any politician. Just ask John Kerry who said, “I did vote for it after I voted against it.” But Americans love him anyway. Donald Trump is decisive. He is bold. And he is honest, in anContinue reading “Why America Loves Trump”

Sarah Palin: Frontrunner

Okay sports fans, here we go.  As of now, who is the front runner for the GOP nomination in 2012?  And the answer is pretty simple.  Sarah Palin.  She is not only the most likely to win the nomination, she is also probably the only one who could beat Barack Obama. Actually, no one canContinue reading “Sarah Palin: Frontrunner”

Inside the McCain campaign: what we didn’t know

Losing presidential campaigns always prompt criticism and “what if’s” but most savvy observers were surprised that Senator John McCain and his creative team kept it as close as they did.   John McCain didn’t come away looking like a loser.  He played a remarkable game with very bad cards.   I mentioned in one of myContinue reading “Inside the McCain campaign: what we didn’t know”

A Fox within a Fox

“Talent hits a target that no one else can hit.  Genius hits a target that no one else can see.” – Arthur Schopenhauer Here it is folks, the last big, untouched, television market. Everyone knows the success story of how FOX NEWS was launched and made an effort to include conservative opinion and thinking inContinue reading “A Fox within a Fox”

Ron Paul: The Little Engine That Could

  While the national print media dismisses him and television ignores him, Ron Paul continues to chug on down the track seemingly oblivious to what everyone else expects him to do.   Returns now in from the Pennsylvania Republican Primary show that Ron Paul, virtually unknown except by word of mouth, actually won 15.9 percent ofContinue reading “Ron Paul: The Little Engine That Could”