Archive for October, 2008

October 29, 2008

The Presidential Election is finally coming to a close. It has probably been an arduous and protracted process for many of you. However, for those of us who are political junkies, it is the most exciting day of the year. It is like the beginning of college football season, Christmas and 4th of July all […]

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October 22, 2008

Most historians agree that the greatest upset in American presidential political history occurred exactly 60 years ago this fall. Harry S. Truman’s 1948 come from behind victory over Thomas Dewey is the hallmark of American political lore. Harry Truman, a haberdasher in a Missouri clothing store was drawn into politics almost by accident. He became […]

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October 15, 2008

As the Presidential Election draws near, there appear to be signs that a record turnout of votes will be cast. Hopefully we can have a harmonious decision whereby the candidate who receives the most votes wins. Our system of relying upon the Electoral College is archaic and unimaginable in this day and time. The system […]

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October 08, 2008

The presidential campaign has come a long way since January when two dozen aspirants were trudging through the snow in Iowa and New Hampshire. With that being said, I would like to share a few thoughts regarding our presidential politics. First, we need to do away with the Electoral College and have a direct election […]

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October 01, 2008

We are down to the proverbial lick log and headed into the homestretch in the 2008 Presidential contest. The protracted race, which began in earnest in the snows of Iowa and New Hampshire two years ago, has four weeks left to go. It is a historic contest. The Democrats have fielded the first African American […]

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