Obama’s Innovative Online Ads

I was browsing the blogs this morning, specifically, TalkingPointsMemo, when I noticed this awesome ad from the Obama campaign on TPM’s front page. Wow! An interactive map targeted to where I live! You can move the Obama “O” to your location, and it...

McCain vs. Clinton, an Electoral Disaster

Hillary Clinton vs. John McCain. The most hated, partisan Democrat versus one of the most independent, well liked Republicans. A race we can win? I’m not talking about the reality of either candidate here. I’m talking public perception. And I’m not...

Time for Democrats for Rudy?

In Michigan, it was Democrats for Mitt. Now, is time to back America’s Mayor? I’ve jumped full hand into the Theory of Republican Chaos. And so far, the numbers were fitting the equation. First, Mike Huckabee won Iowa. Evangelicals, check. Then, John...

Wedge Issues ’08: A Historical Preview

As we get closer to November, I thought it would be useful to examine the devil in modern politics. The wedge issue. What role will it have this fall, and will it once again doom Democrats chances for the White House? What is a wedge issue? It’s simple....

Nevada Blogger Predictions

You know my stance, I won’t make predictions in races where I care who wins. So, I will make predictions for tomorrow’s Republican caucus in Nevada, and for the South Carolina primary. But I won’t jinx Barack by attempting to predict what happens for...

Race, America, and my hopes for 2008

I really caught me by surprise,the extent as to how race and gender have exploded on the national stage since Barack Obama’s victory in Iowa. I’m not talking about the back and forth accusations between the campaigns, but the deeper discussion of what is...