Politics

The other guys

It has been brought to my attention that I failed to include the Libertarian candidate in my election poll. Point taken. I decided to look up his or her name. Turns out there are lots of minor parties and candidates…. Read More ›

Kerry hits a homer

Kerry was the clear winner in tonight’s presidential debate. One more strike and Bush is out. Kerry came on strong, like a shark who smelled blood in the water. Bush looked like a deer in the headlights. He sounded defensive… Read More ›

Coalition troop numbers

PWHCE – Coalition of the Willing List, Map and Troop Numbers Regardless of your political leanings, you may wonder just which nations comprise the “Coalition of the Willing” in Iraq. The link above has a great breakdown of the numbers…. Read More ›

Kerry won tonight

The presidential debate tonight was just about as interesting… and entertaining… as I thought it would be. Kerry did better than I expected. He finally managed to sound as intelligent, and intelligible, as he probably really is. Too bad for… Read More ›

Flip-flop or not

Is John Kerry’s “flip-flopping” really that? Or is he a thoughtful, open-minded person willing to reconsider and refine his beliefs as new information comes to light? Is George Bush really staunch, steadfast, determined? Or is he just plain stubborn and… Read More ›

Food for political thought

Law, Government, and Politics An interesting, thought-provoking site for this very political season. At the end of it, I had no idea how to classify myself. Too bad. It might have simplified my decision on Election Day.

Rather embarrassing

It’s sad, really, to see someone of Dan Rather’s stature lose his journalistic judgment in the twilight of his career. He and Mary Mapes should resign from CBS, if they aren’t fired first. Burkett, their source for the Bush National… Read More ›