Republicans are crowing about the latest approval ratings of Barack Obama, gathered by Gallup. They show Barack Obama with an approval rate of just 43 percent. That’s bad. Heck. I don’t approve of the job Barack Obama is doing as President. However, I disapproved of
Greetings to the market research firm that just called me up asking me questions about my opinions about the New York State election for governor this year. I just lied through my teeth about who I am and what I intend to do as a
What I Like Mike Huckabee 2012 chose not to write about is the larger context of Pubic Policy Polling’s findings about Mike Huckabee. Tom Jensen, who works for the firm, actually explains that Huckabee appears too weak to take on Barack Obama in 2012.
What if the poll asked people about “constitutionally-guaranteed freedoms” rather than “civil liberties”? What if the poll asked people simply to choose between “security” and “freedom”?
I’ve just come back from a visit to four polling places in the area surrounding the campus of Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. This was, you may recall, the epicenter for long lines and voter irregularities in the presidential election of 2004. What I
Democrats who think they can sit back and start celebrating the election of Barack Obama as President of the United States need to remember the primary lesson of New Hampshire.