Monthly Archives: October 2010

Another unfinished election?

Isn’t life a series of images that change as they repeat themselves? – Andy Warhol By Ken Feltman Have we learned anything this election cycle that we did not know before? I am tempted to say no because the lessons many … Continue reading

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Missed opportunity?

By Ken Feltman Despite clear messages from independents and Tea Party activists that spending and tax issues were of most importance, many Republicans continued to stress social issues this year. Radnor’s review of hundreds of focus groups shows that independents … Continue reading

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The greater damage of 9-11

By Ken Feltman Every age has a keyhole to which its eye is pasted. – Mary McCarthy The 9-11 attacks had two unanticipated results for the United States. The first is now well known: The U.S. started down the path … Continue reading

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Tea Partiers: Who do they think they are?

By Ken Feltman One man’s meat is another man’s poison. – old proverb Whatever you think you know about the Tea Party, you are probably wrong. Don’t be upset about that. Join the crowd: The leadership of both political parties … Continue reading

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No blind rage

By Ken Feltman Radnor’s review of hundreds of focus groups shows that voters are angry and believe that the United States has run out of time to correct the leftward drift of American politics. But the voters are not blinded … Continue reading

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