Monthly Archives: September 2010

Kathleen Parker is on to something

by Ken Feltman One can only stand watching from the sidelines for so long without finally having to say, “Um, excuse me, but you people are nuts.” – Kathleen Parker Kathleen Parker has figured it out: President Obama is failing … Continue reading

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Not just in the USA

By Ken Feltman Europeans were confident and assertive from the mid-1990s until the economic crunch brought things to a halt in 2008. Now Europeans are uncertain, cautious and want the United States to exert leadership in resolving the economic and political … Continue reading

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Focus on the negative

By Ken  Feltman Rahm Emanuel is considering a run for mayor of Chicago. The problem is that Chicago has a popular mayor who may seek another term. That mayor is named Daley and for thousands of Chicagoans, the Daley name … Continue reading

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Closing the gap? Jeb Bush running? What?

By Ken Feltman Too much of a good thing can be wonderful. – Mae West Reaction to recent Radnor Reports came quickly and furiously. First, the idea that Democrats were closing the gap on Republicans and might retain the House was cheered and … Continue reading

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Mom fights back

By Ken Feltman In Nevada, the mother of defeated Republican U.S. Senate candidate Danny Tarkanian has struck back against the winning candidate, Tea Partier Sharron Angle. Angle faces Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) in November. Announcing her support for Reid, Lois Tarkanian … Continue reading

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