I paid some attention to the efforts by Lyndon Larouche to run for President. I also did my research on Ross Perot, and didn’t care much for the thought of him being in the White House, but certainly appreciated the difference he made in 1992. In a sense I see … Continue reading
The Chris Dodd media office has not added DemDaily to their press distribution list as promised. You will begin to receive more information on Chris Dodd, as you are with the Biden Campaign, as soon as possible.
From Political Wire: David Yepsen on the latest Iowa Poll results: “Close to half of the Democrats and 61 percent of the Republicans say they still could be persuaded to change their minds. Campaign strategists figure that some holiday conversations with family and friends will turn to politics and that … Continue reading
Joe Biden urged the DNC and the Democratic Party to carefully nominate someone who could compete on foreign policy, national security and values issues. His summarized remarks as follows:
With the writer’s strike in play, the nation has been badly missing its nightly dose of John Stewart, especially when it comes to those clips showing a series of one pundit after another banally repeating the same talking points with overwrought intensity. What has particularly been driving me crazy … Continue reading
Got Debt? Who doesn’t these days… Democrats on the Hill are gearing up to take on the credit card companies and their “abusive practices that trap borrowers in an endless debt cycle.” As the economy sinks even lower due to the housing market slump, consumers are trapped in a vicious … Continue reading