Monthly Archives: May 2011

What’s the matter with men?

By Ken Feltman originally published in Politico A woman who chaired a key federal commission and our spouses discussed this some years ago. She was less disgusted with men than amazed at men’s recklessness. Each of us knew people in … Continue reading

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U.S. and China: Common problems, different solutions?

by Ken Feltman Anticipate the difficult by managing the easy. – Lao Tzu Recently, a Russian friend told me that Europeans are especially good at dwelling on other people’s problems while Russians and Americans are especially good at dwelling on … Continue reading

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Attacks from the fringes

 - Ken Feltman  Partisan Democrats and Republicans attacked my article about independent voter disenchantment with President Obama and potential Republican challengers. The most common complaint was that the research was wrong. Others blamed the independent voters. “You listened to the … Continue reading

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Sharpton as Black Spokesman

by Michael Granger Long on the scene, Al Sharpton has risen to unprecedented heights as a civil rights leader and activist. He is now the official Black leader designated by the Democratic Party to rally support for the President’s re-election. … Continue reading

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Mean streak and plastic man

by Ken Feltman Never make predictions, especially about the future. – Casey Stengel Partisan Democrats and Republicans have a difficult time understanding independent or swing voters. Voters in the middle of the political spectrum pay less attention to politics than … Continue reading

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