Category Archives: Favorites

Romney wobbles toward nomination

By Ken Feltman Mitt Romney has some explaining to do. His leading contributors are growing increasingly frustrated. His staff is under attack from those contributors and from pundits and party officials. Polls show him losing ground to Obama. The list … Continue reading

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Of Pharaohs, Kings and Generals: What about the Egyptian People?

By Michael Granger On February 11, 2011, after the Egyptian Military turned the barrels of their guns away from the protesters in Tahrir Square, Hosni Mubarak was forced to step down as president of Egypt and the world was moved by the restraint shown … Continue reading

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Britain adrift or Britain prescient?

By Ken Feltman Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg says that Prime Minister David Cameron’s veto of the European Union treaty changes designed to save the Euro is “bad for Britain” and could leave the United Kingdom “isolated and marginalised.” Clegg … Continue reading

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The European Autumn

By Ken Feltman “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” -Albert Camus Spain has become the third eurozone country in as many weeks to toss out its governing party. In the past year and a half, … Continue reading

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Polling shows voters want to vote against somebody

by Ken Feltman At this point, a little more than a year from the election, Democrats in competitive districts are hearing from constituents that President Obama and his policies are getting more unpopular all the time. The voters are anxious … Continue reading

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