Archive for September, 2010

“Moral and Material” by Anonymous

September 30, 2010
“Moral and Material” by Anonymous

Here is an article written by our anonymous commentator.  Many of you wanted him/her back since we changed to the new web site.  Well, I have managed to convince this party to write something.  It is long, but thought provoking.  I have not edited it all.  I’m glad this person is back and I look […]

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Posted in Democrat, Republican, Uncategorized | 5 Comments »

This, That and the Other Thing

September 30, 2010

September 30th, 2010   Christine O’Donnell……..What can you say; after all she was endorsed by Sarah Palin.  That right there should send up all sorts of red flags.  Let’s see…this may take a while people so please get comfortable.  Let’s start with her views on sex….oh I already covered that in my premier article of […]

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Posted in Conservative, Ira Schwartz, Republican, that and the other thing | 2 Comments »

Visiting a Sick Friend

September 29, 2010
Visiting a Sick Friend

You may have noticed that the articles I usually publish all have a similar format. My normal style is to research a specific topic, highlight important points, deliver a political  analysis or opinion and close with links to sources.  This morning, however, please allow me to make a slight departure from this format and give you thoughts regarding […]

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Posted in Craig Covello, Economy | 1 Comment »

The Promised Land

September 28, 2010

The Promised Land   Turmoil in the Middle East is nothing new.  Its inhabitants have been fighting amongst themselves and fighting off invaders almost since the dawn of man in that region.  Old hatreds run very deep and often end in bloodshed.  Sometimes the hateful rhetoric gets so bad the rest of the world must […]

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Posted in Ira Schwartz, Uncategorized | 3 Comments »

Two Dilemmas: Outsourcing and Social Security

September 27, 2010
Two Dilemmas:  Outsourcing and Social Security

The other day I was on the phone with my friend Shannon and we got into a pretty heated discussion about a few issues regarding the current state of the economy and the harm it is bringing to the middle class.  At this point in time, there is no doubt whatsoever that, if this is […]

Posted in Economy, Frank DeMartini | 8 Comments »

A Change of Heart… A.K.A. Buyer’s Remorse

September 24, 2010
A Change of Heart… A.K.A. Buyer’s Remorse

After perusing 31 pages of blog indexes on Google this morning, it appears that the common theme for today involved polling numbers.  They suggest that the Democrats are in deep trouble with only 39 days between now and November 2. Who will decide the election?  You guessed it; the independent voters.  Here’s a thumbnail sketch- […]

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Posted in Craig Covello | 8 Comments »

This, That and the Other Thing

September 23, 2010

Welcome back to my new weekly column about the “lighter side” of today’s news stories.  That’s right I said “weekly column”.  Due to the extreme popularity of last week’s article “This, That and the Other Thing” Frank and I decided to turn this into a weekly thing.  Well here goes and I hope you like […]

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Not My Cup of Tea by Al Ramirez

September 22, 2010

Here is a different opinion from that I posed yesterday written by my friend Al Ramirez: Christine O’Donnell, Joe Miller, Marco Rubio and Rand Paul have their supporters as their victories prove. But their victories don’t mean I have to support candidacies. You see I have been a Republican all my life and I believe […]

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Posted in Republican, Uncategorized | 5 Comments »

Why The Tea Party Controversy?

September 21, 2010
Why The Tea Party Controversy?

According to Wikipedia, the Tea Party movement began in: “2009 through a series of locally and nationally-coordinated protests. The protests were partially in response to several Federal laws: the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, and a series of health care reform bills.” It is a grass […]

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Posted in Frank DeMartini, Republican | 13 Comments »

Shifting Pixels in the Entertainment Industry?

September 20, 2010
Shifting Pixels in the Entertainment Industry?

This morning, I thought I would spend some time researching recently uttered celebrity quotations related to politics. Specifically, I was looking for extreme left wing viewpoints. The results were a little different. There’s not much out there since Barack Obama took office.  After 90 minutes of looking, here’s all I came up with… John Cusack […]

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Posted in Conservative, Craig Covello, Democrat, Republican | 3 Comments »

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