A rumor that John Kerry will soon be endorsing Barack Obama popped up the blogosphere, as CNN reports that Obama has picked up his Iowa bounce and has jumped ahead of Clinton in NH. I’m not sure how much weight the rumor holds, that Kerry will endorse Obama soon, other than it may just be … Continue reading
Why the Progressive Movement Needs to Unite Behind John Edwards By Hank Edson At the end of last summer, I proposed in two sequential opinion pieces that perhaps John Edwards was the man progressives should rally around in order to have the most beneficial impact on our direction as … Continue reading
From Political Wire: Jonathan Martin: “For months, there has been an open secret among insiders working in or covering the 2008 Republican campaign: The rival candidates despise Mitt Romney. After Saturday night in New Hampshire, it’s no longer a secret.” Sure looked that way to me.
At their annual convention on Friday, The American Dialect Society chose ‘subprime’ as the 2007 word of the year. It’s a word that seems to be on everyone’s lips and minds these days in the wake of the mortage crisis. “‘Subprime’ has been around with bankers for awhile, but now … Continue reading
“Decisions, Decisions.” In this election it seems that many voters can’t make up their minds. They are not alone explains Meredith Chaiken. Chaiken was was Sen. John F. Kerry’s deputy political director in New Hampshire during the 2004 primary and is a senior analyst with the Mellman Group polling and consulting firm. … Continue reading