Iowa Giveth a Lesson

Iowa Giveth a Lesson

The Hawkeyes have spoken, and now with gratefulness will be left alone in blissful peace until 2020.  What an outcome for both the Democrats and Republicans.  Unexpected by Trump and Rubio, but envisioned by Cruz,

Bye, bye Jeb! ….. Hello, Marco! Hello, Ted!

Bye, bye Jeb! ….. Hello, Marco!  Hello, Ted!

After last night’s performance by former Florida governor Jeb Bush on the CNBC-sponsored Republican debate stage, one has to ask oneself, does Jeb really want to be President.  Does he really want the job. Jeb’s poll numbers

The Debate at 72 (hours, that is)

The Debate at 72 (hours, that is)

It’s almost 72 hours and counting since the Tier 2 and Tier 1 Republican debaters took the stage at Quicken Center in Cleveland.  And the brouhaha that erupted between Donald Trump and Fox News’ Megyn

Is another President Clinton now inevitable?

I’ve written a couple of articles about whether I thought Hillary Clinton would seek the Presidency in 2016 or not.  I was on the side that she might not.  However, once again Mrs. Clinton’s

Republicans in the Wilderness – A View from the Trenches

Earlier this week, Reince Priebus released the RNC’s “autopsy” report, which urged the Republicans take a more kumbaya style of politicking.  There’s been hand-wringing, soul-searching, finger-pointing and an entire litany of “other” trying to

The Myth of a Romney/Rubio Ticket

The Myth of a Romney/Rubio Ticket

As we’re entering this election cycle’s veep-stakes and pundits are throwing names around with alacrity, one name on everyone’s short list is Marco Rubio.  With their recent appearances together, a potential Romney/Rubio ticket created

Mirror, mirror on the wall. Who’s the best VP candidate of them all?

It looks like Mitt Romney has finally secured the top spot in the minds of Republican/Republican leaning voters according to some of the latest polls: Gallup (42%, Santorum 27%);  Rasmussen, (Romney 39%, Santorum 27%) and even the