With the 2012 Florida GOP primary in the books, the presidential race heads to Nevada. As for why Florida reversed South Carolina and gave Romney the win, the reason was very simple and obvious. Published January 31 2012
After the debacle that was the last GOP Florida debate, CNN went with Wolf Blitzer. He is not a narcissist or an ideologue, which allowed for a debate that was good enough. Published January 27 2012
The 2012 State of the Useless address was Barack Obama taking time to praise Barack Obama while criticizing anyone not praising Barack Obama. The state of Barack Obama's delusions of grandeur are strong. Published January 25 2012
The Florida GOP debate on NBC was a disaster. Republicans must stop letting national disgraces like Beth Reinhard ask questions. Her leftist column attacked one of the candidates the day before the debate. Published January 24 2012
As I search for the right educational situation for my autistic son, I think about a world that will accept him for who he is. I am looking for a place where he can be "not even wrong." Published January 22 2012
Watching Mitt Romney work a room leaves me with the conclusion that he is a sincere human being who is a very likable and capable person. He is qualified to be President. Published January 21 2012
The good news regarding the debate is that all four candidates did well. I scored the debate a 4 way tie. All of them put in strong performances. Published January 21 2012
Colbert and Cain hold a rally in South Carolina Published January 21 2012
As Dr. Paul was exiting, he was receiving rock star treatment, and some young college girls were swooning over him! I met my fourth candidate and we did the elbow bump Published January 21 2012
Every year NFL teams fight for home field advantage, yet almost every year the top seeds fall short of the Super Bowl. The 2011 season brings the AFC and NFC Title Games, and another top seed has fallen. Published January 21 2012
As America remembers Martin Luther King Jr., Barack and Michelle Obama can honor his legacy or fail to do so. It is up to them. Published January 16 2012
Tim Tebow is Satan, but in his first playoff game he is only Little Satan. New England is the Evil Empire of Football, led by Evil Hoodie Bill Bellichick and Great Satan Tom Brady. Published January 14 2012
It is one thing for liberals to attack Mitt Romney for being a successful venture capitalist. When Republicans do it, the world has gone mad. Published January 12 2012
The New Hampshire Primary was boring, uneventful, and predictable. Those were its positive aspects. Published January 11 2012
Former Gingrich spokesperson Tony Blankley died two weeks short of his 64th birthday. I had the pleasure of interviewing him at the 2008 GOP Convention. He will be missed. Published January 10 2012
My 30s are gone. Today I am 40. Every human life has special value, and here are 40 happy memories at age 40. May the next 40 years bring joy for us all. Published January 9 2012
On Saturday, January 7th, 2012, I turn 39 and 363/365. Two days later comes the f-word. The death of my 30s is arriving, and nobody can outrun time itself. Published January 7 2012
After Ron Paul finished third in the Iowa Caucus, the Pauloholics entered political detox, unable to process how their deity came crashing down to Earth. Published January 6 2012
The 2012 Iowa Caucus is now history. Here is the recap of a moment that will live forever, or until the news cycle turns to New Hampshire momentarily. Published January 4 2012
With the Iowa Caucus hours away, 40 percent of the participants are undecided. For those in other states who are also undecided, here is a user guide to the candidates still in the race. Published January 3 2012
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