Archive for September 5th, 2008

Peggy Noonan and Mike Murphy, conservative commentators both, inadvertently reveal their true feelings about Sarah Palin. Advertisements


The GOP will have all the money needed to run an effective campaign against Barack Obama. John McCain‘s campaign expects to leave the Republican National Convention with $200 million in the bank and be able to match the Democrats’ spending in the next two months, an aide said. The concern over money was always a […]


Live by the fad, die by the fad. Preliminary numbers indicate more Americans tuned in to hear John McCain speak last night than did for Barack a week ago. Across all broadcast networks Thursday, Sen. McCain’s speech ended the night with a 4.8 rating/7 share, compared to Sen. Obama’s 4.3/7 average, according to overnight numbers […]


Warm-up Act

05Sep08

The GOP has its ticket, one that has the competent, experienced, mature candidate on the top of the ticket, and the exciting newcomer in the learning position. Mr McCain may be the Republican candidate for president, but on his big night in the spotlight he seemed, at times to be playing second fiddle to his […]


Bounce Over

05Sep08

In the wake of the CBS poll showing the presidential race has pulled back to even, the more reliable Rasmussen daily tracking poll reinforces that things are heading McCain’s way. The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday shows the beginning of John McCain’s convention bounce and the race is essentially back where it was […]


People have been wondering for some time, if elected President, how Barack Obama would go about uniting the country. Now we know. By criminalizing Republicans. “We will not be stopped from pursuing any criminal offense that’s occurred,” Biden said Monday at a Florida campaign stop. “If there has been a basis upon which you can […]


The Star

05Sep08

Early reports out of Rasmussen – the poll isn’t out yet, but its results are shown in the Real Clear Politics chart – indicate that Barack’s lead has slipped to 2% in today’s daily tracking poll. And Drudge is reporting in a headline only that Sarah Palin is more popular than both Obama and McCain.