Yesterday, I received a New York Voter Exploratory Republican Presidential Preference Polling Ballot in the mail. Why would I receive a presidential preference poll from the Republicans, when I’ve never voted for a Republican in my life? I suppose the GOP data bots were programmed to note that I’m a political independent, and bring me […]
Remember Herman Cain? No one is promoting any 9-9-9 policies these days. Jeb Bush is, however, attending a private political retreat hosted by Herman Cain this month […]
Direct-to-Garment printer CafePress has a “Cultural Barometer” of sales records it’s been using to track trends of support for 2012 Republican presidential contenders. Here are the CafePress Barometer’s readings from November 14 through December 31 of 2011.
Just a few days after the point of last tracking, the 2012 Republican Caucuses in Iowa reported […]
She’s done it a whopping six times before in a fairly short time. This is the seventh.
The bylaws of the privatized presidential nomination called Americans Elect aren’t vague. They are specific:
Section 4.12. Neutrality of Directors. Board members shall not communicate or act in favor of or in opposition to any candidate for President […]
Americans Elect Pollster and Advisor Douglas Schoen, who speaks often on Americans Elect’s behalf and verifies that he is “working on” Americans Elect:
Herman Cain is the real deal. Whether he gets the nomination or not, Republican voters are enamored with his unique combination of intriguing life story, optimism, new ideas for the future, and […]
… in which Herman Cain and Susan Lynn dream up schemes to infringe on American Muslims’ civil liberties now because they just might put a door ding in the metaphorical Hummer of American Christianity later. Read on … […]
What kind of crisis could continue for an entire decade of alarm without any increase in harm? The immigration crisis is no crisis at all. The issue of immigration deserves calm, rational evaluation and reform, not hype. […]
Who supports U.S. government water torture?
Herman Cain, Tim Pawlenty and Rick Santorum. That’s who. (Source: May 5, 2011 Republican Presidential debate)
In Herman Cain’s vision for America, the government can become a State Church, using money gathered through taxes to fund Christian worship. […]