Guest Dispatch: Post-Election Thoughts from South Florida

Good morning. Out Guest Dispatch this week is from South Florida Attorney Arthur Freyre. It is a great read. There was one point, however, that stood out. Arthur talks about avoiding the “messianic” leader if the GOP is to succeed in the years ahead. Indeed. It has been less than a week since the elections, …

Mr. President, Horses Are a Good Thing

The final presidential campaign debate was uneventful. It appears by design and both sides wanted it that way. I wanted to hear more about Libya, the war on terrorism (I guess I should not be using that phrase anymore that anymore), U.S.-China relations, trade in the Americas, and a whole host of other global issues. …

Guest Dispatch: Presidential Debates, What’s Next

Our latest Guest Dispatch comes from Arthur Freyre, an attorney and conservative political activist in Miami, Florida. The Remaining Presidential Debates, What’s Next By Arthur Freyre, Esq. It is estimated that over 60 million people watched the last Wednesday’s Presidential debate. To put that number in perspective, 122 million people voted in the 2008 Presidential …

Guest Dispatch: Compassion…

Our latest Guest Dispatch comes from Arthur Freyre, an attorney and conservative political activist in Miami, Florida. Arthur outlines two ways to look at the political compassion index — or whose vision for America will help get the economy moving again. The Romney comments on the 47% of Americans who would vote for him,  secretly …

Dave Barry’s Prediction for the Next Four Years

Where will the nation be in the next four years? According to Dave Barry’s latest: [T]he conventions are over. We won’t go through this again for another four years. And we have no way of knowing where the nation will be then. No, wait, we do: the toilet. I don’t know about you, but I’m …

Taxpayer-Funded Political Conventions, Ask for a Refund

Taxpayers Should Request a Refund When Congress Reconvenes Next Week Did you know that both the Republican and Democratic conventions receive taxpayer subsidies? They was not the reason why I skipped Tampa this year, the first convention since 1992 that I do not attend. It does, however, remind us all of how out of touch leaders of …

Americans Love a Good Fight, Even Political Ones

Want to know what is going to happen in the 2012 election? Stand in line. No one really knows. The political professionals who do this for a living, are in high season. They will do what they do best and fight for win until the very end. The political convention season beckons. The Republicans head …