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Obama Is Crumbling, Part 9: 72 Hours

Posted: November 3, 2012 at 3:46 am   /   Elections, Politics

It looked for a moment like the race had tightened a bit in the wake of Obama’s opportunity to look presidential in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. But now, all the indicators are right back where they were: pointing to a likely—not certain, but very likely—Romney win. Possibly even a shockingly big win. The problem […]

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Obama Is More Like Bush Than Clinton

Posted: November 2, 2012 at 11:06 am   /   Elections, Politics, Videos

In all the worst ways . . . If there has been one constant over the last four years, it has been Barack Obama blaming George Bush for his woes and the nation’s struggles. From the economy to America’s supposed “diminished standing in the world,” nothing is ever Obama’s fault. It’s all just a mess […]

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New Ad: Mitt Romney Supports Jeff Flake

Posted: November 2, 2012 at 10:30 am   /   Arizona, Elections, Politics, Videos

From Jeff Flake for U.S. Senate: “Arizona needs Jeff Flake in the U.S. Senate” PHOENIX – A new ad featuring Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney was released today calling on Arizonans to support Jeff Flake for the United States Senate. Together, Jeff Flake and Mitt Romney will bring fiscal responsibility back to Washington and help put our […]

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Obama Is Crumbling, Part 8: Why Romney is likely to win

Posted: November 2, 2012 at 9:30 am   /   Elections, Politics

“Why Romney Is Likely to Win” is the title of a Jay Cost piece that you must read IN FULL. It begins . . . When I started making election predictions eight years ago, I had a very different perspective than I do today. I knew relatively little about the history of presidential elections or […]

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Obama Is Crumbling, Part 7: Has the race tightened?

Posted: November 1, 2012 at 4:56 am   /   Elections, Politics

It’s Thursday, and just as one would expect, Halloween carried some frightful things for conservatives: National polls showing the race tightening. More polls showing Ohio basically tied. Little polling from the big national firms to hang our hats on . . . But there is strong reason to believe that many of these “tightened” polls […]

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The Death of Democracy

Posted: October 31, 2012 at 10:30 am   /   Elections, Politics

By Leslie Sacks The next four years may prove to be a trying time for those who truly love democracy, those who abhor ideologues, extremists and agenda driven radicals. For democracy at its very essence is a continuous uneasy balance between varying yet reasonable opinions, valid alternatives – a respectful conversation. It is not the […]

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Obama Is Crumbling, Part 6: Hurricane

Posted: October 31, 2012 at 4:01 am   /   Elections, Politics

Yesterday’s hurricane hit the east coast hard, and our hearts go out to all those who have suffered, lost, and are dealing with the aftermath. It was truly a massive storm, and the cleanup will take some time. Because of Hurricane Sandy, we had less national polling to look at yesterday, and there will probably […]

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Obama Is Crumbling, Part 5: Slipping Away

Posted: October 30, 2012 at 6:20 am   /   Elections, Politics

Commentators who are uncomfortable predicting the outcome of the election with 100% surety, but who nonetheless see an unmistakable trend, find ourselves compelled to add disclaimers such as, “It’s not over until it’s over” to pieces like these. And in a way, it is reasonable. Barack Obama could still win. The media has done an incredible […]

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Prop 121 faces broad, bipartisan rejection

Posted: October 29, 2012 at 4:00 pm   /   Arizona, Elections, Politics

The only thing that every political party in Arizona can agree on seems to be this:  that open primaries, as implemented by Prop 121, are a disaster best avoided.  Every major and minor organized political party in the state seems to have found good reasons to oppose the Open Elections, Open Government initiative. Governor Jan […]

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