If the latest poll is to be believed, Americans are crying out for change. They’re fed up with a Congress which almost forced a debt default, they’re appalled by the debt, the deficit, and now the downgrade, but most of all, they’re angry at President Obama’s inability to ease unemployment, despite his enormous economic stimulus package.
So forget what Obama used to say in 2008, if Republicans pick the right candidate next summer, 2012 will be the year Continue reading
Luke Cahill gives us the lowdown on the latest developments in the race to become the Republican candidate.
The quadrennial poll taken during the state fair in the little town of Ames, Iowa always makes headlines. The straw poll was won by native Iowan, Michele Bachmann with the libertarian Ron Paul, coming second. However, the report notes that of the 6,000 ballots that were handed out by the Bachmann campaign team, “only four in five of those who took them voted for her, meaning they either skipped the vote Continue reading
America is a country founded on Puritan morality and has always been viewed as a socially conservative country. However, with the changing opinions about abortion and homosexual marriage among the population, socially conservative politicians must adjust to these changes to have a chance of winning over the public, writes Luke Cahill.
One of America’s founding principles was that of religious liberty. The belief that a person could practice any religion they chose as long as it was not to the detriment of others. This was however Continue reading
The Republican Party is in disarray and its leading candidates for the 2012 elections are way behind Obama in fundraising. Obama’s image-management is far better too than anything the Republicans can manage. It will be even worse for the Republicans if the US defaults on his debt, writes Luke Cahill.
As the talks to raise the debt ceiling proceed before the 2nd of August deadline, the 2012 election cycle rumbles on, the first fundraising returns are in and they reveal a predictable picture. Continue reading
In the forthcoming presidential election due to take place in November of next year, the Democratic nomination is, barring any major upsets, certain to be President Obama’s. The question of who will receive the Republican nomination is anyone’s guess.
Aside from the major candidates that have already announced they want the GOP (Grand Old Party) nomination, such as frontrunner and former governor of Massachusetts, Mitt Romney; former governor of Minnesota, Tim Pawlenty; former Senator Rick Santorum and former speaker of the House of Representatives, Newt Gingrich; there are a whole host of other candidates who are seeking the nomination for various reasons which can be broken two into roughly two categories: Continue reading