Gallup reviewing poll methodology
After misreading the 2012 presidential election and facing criticism in the aftermath, Gallup polling has undertaken an internal review and will announce the findings next month. “We are in the process of finishing a full review of Continue Reading
Why GOP Attacks on Obama Foreign Policy Are Shameless
On CBS’s Face the Nation this week, GOP Congressman Darrel Issa held forth once again on the Obama Administration’s “failures” surrounding the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya last October. Later this week Continue Reading
Corporate Political Spending Targeted In Shareholder Meetings
WASHINGTON — It’s spring again and with that comes another season of corporate shareholder meetings and the filing of resolutions looking to change the way those corporations engage in the political process. In the 2013 sharehol Continue Reading
OPINION: Which is Superman and which is Bizzaro between North Carolina and Colorado?
May 06–In the comic books, Superman has an opposite personality called Bizarro. He is dressed like Superman but is irregularly shaped — he looks like the Man of Steel if he were viewed through a fun-ho Continue Reading
OPINION: Held hostage by Ronald Reagan
May 12–Is the specter haunting today’s Republicans … Ronald Reagan? The 40th president has been dead for nine years. He hasn’t been president for a quarter-century. The world he inhabited & Continue Reading
Ed Markey Fundraises Against Social Security Cuts In Obama Budget
WASHINGTON — Massachusetts Senate candidate Rep. Ed Markey is the latest Democrat facing an election to oppose President Barack Obama’s proposed cuts to Social Security. Markey urged supporters in an email Tuesday to sign a peti Continue Reading
Is Gabriel Gomez the next Scott Brown?
BARNSTABLE, Mass. He is hailed as the second-coming of Scott Brown: A young, telegenic military man with moderate Republican views and a candidate with a real possibility of winning the Massachusetts Senate seat. But Gabriel Gomez is Continue Reading