In the wake of the President defeat, grassroots Republicans are asking the question, How is it possible that the Bush Administration could make so many mistakes? Did Bush want to lose? Of course, Bush didn't want to lose the 1992 election! But his … [Read more...] about Did George Bush Want to Lose?￼
With grace in adversity, President Bush took "full responsibility" for his defeat. But then he added, “There must be no finger pointing.” I beg to differ, first, because we can’t plan the future unless we properly assess the mistakes of the past and, … [Read more...] about Yes, Indeed, It’s Time for Finger Pointing
A reading of the Democratic and Republican Party Platforms should convince most people that there is a fundamental difference between them. In goa1s, values, and approach to the institutions of family and government, the two parties are headed in … [Read more...] about Comparing the Two Party Platforms￼
The decision by the three major TV networks NOT to give gavel-to-gavel coverage of the Democratic and Republican national nominating conventions enabled the media to exercise significant control over the message by the questions they asked the … [Read more...] about Media Questions at the Republican Convention￼
Presidential candidate Bill Clinton says he wants change. The word “change” is in his every other sentence, which may be the biggest legacy of Ross Perot's foray into national politics. But, as Barbara Jordan intoned: “change from what, to what?” … [Read more...] about Has Bill Clinton Changed the Democratic Party?
The firestorm over Vice President Dan Quayle’s speech about morals, the Los Angeles riots, and Murphy Brown proves that he touched a tender nerve. The feminists and their friends in the media elite, who are accustomed to setting the national agenda … [Read more...] about Murphy Brown and Dan Quayle