Part of the experience of a political convention is encountering all types of people in the hallways and on the city sidewalks. Some of the best talking heads the Democrats have are in town this week and on-message with daily talking points on why President Obama deserves a second term. But I think its the… Continue reading People You Meet and Questions You Ask at Political Conventions
Most of the Delegates to the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte have arrived and are wandering around downtown Charlotte in an effort to acclimate themselves to the events of the next three days. Although it’s Labor Day in at the DNC, you won’t see a big union presence because North Carolina is a right-to-work state… Continue reading Labor Day at the DNC; Wasserman-Schultz Addresses Faith Council
As I write this post I’m sitting in the Nashville airport on my way to the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina. Only as a child would I have thought I would find myself attending a gather such as this since my parents were involved in Democratic Party politics during my formative years. Many… Continue reading Heading to the DNC in Charlotte
Below is an outstanding piece written by my friend Penny Nance, who heads up Concerned Women For America. It addresses Fox News correspondent Juan Williams comments about Ann Romney coming across as nothing more than a “corporate wife” during her speech at the Republican National Convention. No further introduction is needed since Penny sums it… Continue reading CORPORATE WIFE? GIVE ME A BREAK
There has been much written about the unfortunate shooting Wednesday at the Family Research Council offices near the nations Capitol in Washington, D.C. The gunman, Floyd Corkins, entered the lobby with a bag that held about 15 Chick-fil-A sandwiches and a 9mm handgun. Corkins shot FRC’s building operations manger Leo Johnson in the arm. Johnson… Continue reading Did Labeling FRC a ‘Hate Group’ Prompt Shooter to Target Christian Nonprofit?