Newt Gingrich may be successfully channeling the energy of Eddie Chiles’ “I’m mad too!” to relate to the Republican electorate. Frustrated with a sour economic outlook, skyrocketing spending and an over-reaching government, Chiles did a series of Conservative radio commentaries in the late 70′s and early 80′s that resulted in the now famous buttons and bumper-stickers: [...]
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With Rick Perry dropping out of the Presidential race mere hours before the next GOP debate, the stage in South Carolina seemed set to deliver at least a few interesting moments. Viewers did not have to wait long for fireworks. The first question out of the gate from CNN moderator John King was directed at [...]
During Monday’s debate in New Hampshire, CNN’s John King felt that the best way to get to know our candidates was to ask them a set of pop-culture questions. Perhaps CNN should have let the candidates have 60 second responses instead of wasting time with this crap. Rich Mitchell is the Sr. Managing Editor of [...]
When CNN’s John King asked Former Obama advisor David Axelrod about the 2012 election, Axelrod answered that that the election would not be a referendum on Obama, but a choice between Obama and his opponents. Part of his statement is correct, the part of the election being a choice. As far as a referendum – [...]