“We now have Muslim Brotherhood in charge in Egypt, Fundamentalist Muslims & Sharia law in Libya, US Ambassador to Syria forced home, Iraq left to the Shiites & Iran, & finally for a 2nd time in just days, Karzi of Afghanistan saying that if war comes between Pakistan & the US, Afghanistan will fight on … Continue reading
[Update] C-Span to televise entire debate Televised: C-SPAN 8:00 pm ET | 5:00 pm PT C-SPAN Radio and Livestream by Richard Dunham: First, there were Lincoln and Douglas. This year, we have Cain and Gingrich. The two Georgians seeking the Republican nomination for president have accepted an invitation from the Texas Patriots PAC to meet … Continue reading
Opinion Catching up on some missed reading from the past two days, I’m cycling through the comments of an article posted on ‘The Blaze’ titled “The Fed Will Cut Off TV and Radio on Nov. 9“, when I notice a slip of paper on my mailbox. Opting to take a break from both the fear … Continue reading
CNBC to Host Republican Presidential Debate with the Michigan Republican Party and Oakland University 8:00 pm ET – November 9, 2011 Debate to Focus on the Economy, Jobs, Taxes and the Deficit Location: Oakland University, Rochester, MI Sponsors: CNBC | Michigan Republican Party Moderator: John Harwood and Maria Bartiromo Televised: CNBC Streamed: Participants: Bachmann, Cain, … Continue reading
“I’m not running a national election, I’m running in Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina.” Rick Santorum on Fox & Friends Oct. 20, 2011. Presidents are voted into office by the nation, Rick, and therefore is a national election process at every stage.
If you haven’t heard of GOP candidate Herman Cain’s “9-9-9 Plan”, you haven’t been watching the news. Not only has it been all the rage in the headlines, it was also the topic of the Bloomberg economic debate on October 11, 2011. In Cain’s ‘9-9-9’ tax plan, he sums it up as a 9% Federal … Continue reading
The Republican National Committee (RNC) has established a list of rules that requires certain states to hold their primaries/caucus’ before any others. Within those 5 ‘first in the nation’ states, there are state laws that require they hold their primaries/caucus’ so many days before or after a similar poll. As an example, New Hampshire’s law … Continue reading