McCain Is The Presumptive GOP Nominee

It’s official — John McCain is the presumptive GOP nominee. McCain, a one-time party rebel whose campaign appeared doomed only seven months ago, became the Republican nominee for president on Tuesday night as he won sweeping victories in Ohio, Texas, Vermont and Rhode Island and as his dogged but lagging competitor, … Continue reading

Clinton Doing Better Than Obama Against McCain

Peter Daou, who is Hillary Clinton’s Internet Communications Director and previously worked for the Kerry campaign in ’04 (in the War Room) has post on the HuffPo today that is a must read (and listen). Peter notes in the opening of his post that Hillary is “doing better than Sen. … Continue reading

AP Obtains Memo of Obama Aide’s NAFTA Conversation

Taylor Marsh has the scoop tonight on the continuing story about Obama and NAFTA: There was a reason CTV stood by their story (then re-confirmed it) when I asked them about it last week. You know, when everyone else, including Obama and his team, as well as the traditional media … Continue reading

Won’t Get Fooled Again

This song by The Who is not just the theme song for the television series “CSI”; or one of the greatest songs in music history. This song is the anthem of the 2008 Presidential Race. The chorus of “Won’t Get Fooled Again” goes as follows: “I’ll tip my hat to … Continue reading

Hillary Clinton to Appear on The Daily Show

Senator Hillary Clinton will appear on “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” on Monday, March 3 at 11:00 p.m. (ET/PT). This will mark Hillary Clinton’s second appearance on “The Daily Show,” but her “first since announcing her candidacy for the Democratic nomination.”

Dizzy’s Ten Post Round-Up

My apologies for the late-edition of the round-up, today. I’ve been feeling a little off, physically, so I decided to take it easy and slept right through the time I normally prepare and post. And, since I’m not feeling so hot, today, I’ve gotta keep the music to a light … Continue reading

Clinton Delivers Foreign Policy Speech

Hillary Clinton delivered a foreign policy speech at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. on Monday. Joining her at the speech were “a group of senior retired military and defense officials who have endorsed her to be this nation’s next Commander-in-Chief.” They included:  General Wesley Clark, Lt. General Joe Ballard, … Continue reading