After the Storm…… ?>

After the Storm……

Have you ever wondered why is it that after we go through a bad phase in life we seem to come out better for it? It use to puzzle me too until recently after I stared down a gunman’s nozzle I realized why. If you have ever been in a situation like I did and survived to tell the tale you would be more than grateful for everything. And the worst part is that my family home was invaded by…

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Presidential Temperament – Obama Vs McCain ?>

Presidential Temperament – Obama Vs McCain

Looking beyond the sound bites of what has become an increasingly sound-bite driven campaign, it is the candidates’ true temperaments we need to consider. The next President will inherit many tough problems from George W. Bush. How he goes about addressing them may be just as important as the political ideology that influences his solutions. Historically speaking, it would probably be a good bet to take McCain in the Presidential race, as a major party Artisan candidate has never lost…

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Politically Correct – Using Radio to Win an Election ?>

Politically Correct – Using Radio to Win an Election

Whether you’re running for local, state, or national office, radio advertising can be the most effective (and cost-efficient) way to win the hearts and minds of the voters. A 37-year radio advertising veteran shares valuable insider’s tips to help you harness the power of human speech and emotion in your radio commercials, and energize your campaign with the force of real-people endorsements. As best I can recall, I’ve never put myself in a position to create a radio campaign for…

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Warren G Harding – A Great President Or A Corrupt Politician? ?>

Warren G Harding – A Great President Or A Corrupt Politician?

Warren G. Harding, Republican, (born November 2, 1865, died August 2, 1923) served as the 29th President of the United States of America during 1921-1923. He was conservative in his political beliefs and was a compromise candidate at the 1920 Republican National Convention. He defeated Democratic candidate James M. Cox by a huge margin on the promise of a better future and a return to normalcy after World War 1. He appointed a strong cabinet that included Charles Evans Hughes,…

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Most Popular Wedding Cakes For Celebrity Weddings ?>

Most Popular Wedding Cakes For Celebrity Weddings

When people are trying to figure out what kind of a wedding cake that they want at their reception, they sometimes do some research on what their favorite celebrities have had at their weddings. There are a lot of different options available out there for cakes, and even if your favorite celebrity’s cake costs forty thousand dollars to make, this doesn’t mean that an experienced cake maker can’t make a cheaper copy of it for you. Some of the most…

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Abortion Stances ?>

Abortion Stances

Abortion has long been a controversial topic, evoking intense passion and vehemence for one side or the other in Americans all over the country. Ever since the Roe v. Wade decision in 1973 (in which the Supreme Court legalized abortion), the hot subject matter has found its place in the political forum, with top candidates during important elections informing the general public of their stance on the issue. With Super Tuesday only a few days away and the 2008 presidential…

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Barack Obama and the Winning Demographics of Election 2008 ?>

Barack Obama and the Winning Demographics of Election 2008

Barack Hussein Obama’s historic electoral victory on November 4, 2008 signals change for the U.S.A., indeed the entire world. To understand how the junior senator from Illinois captured the White House, consider the five critical demographic groups that broke in favor of the Democrats on election night: 1. African-Americans (96%). Black America has been overwhelmingly Democratic since the Civil Rights movement and the Nixon Presidency. However, having an African-American presidential candidate this time brought extra motivation and urgency to the…

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President Obama’s 2nd Term ?>

President Obama’s 2nd Term

After a long and overbearing presidential race, President Barack Obama has been re-elected. We no longer have to wonder who will lead our nation for the next 4 years and all major political campaigning can be put aside for a few years. The president and the DNC ran a great campaign and both should enjoy their victory, but the battle to improve the economy has just begun. Will President Obama be able to lead our nation into economic prosperity? Will…

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Predictions for 2012 Presidential Election – Possible Scenarios in the Presidential Elections ?>

Predictions for 2012 Presidential Election – Possible Scenarios in the Presidential Elections

At the time of this writing, it is still pretty early in the race for the presidency. As far as the predictions for 2012 Presidential election results, there are several scenarios that could play out this year. President Obama is going to run for President again, and at the time of this writing, Mitt Romney appears to have the presidential nomination locked up for the Republican Party. As a result, we will assume these are the main candidates. I am…

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Listening To Your Gut With Donald Trump ?>

Listening To Your Gut With Donald Trump

In the comfort of his elegantly furnished bedroom, Donald Trump woke up with a strange feeling. He had learned to rely on these strange feelings. He was just about to make a major mistake. He knew this now without a shadow of a doubt. His long night’s sleep had revealed this to him. How? He didn’t know. But… he did know. He wasn’t going to go through with it. Let’s back up for a moment. Some time ago, a friend…

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