Before Big Business and Big Banks finish patting themselves on the back for the clever way they outmaneuvered the American people and got the Clinton/Dole/Gingrich troika to bail out their failed peso investments, they should read Fortunemagazine's … [Read more...] about The Party’s Over for Big Business
This year, C-Span will reenact the most famous political debates in American history, the Lincoln-Douglas Debates of 1858. During those seven debates up and down the State of Illinois, Abraham Lincoln enunciated the position of the then-new … [Read more...] about What About the Republican Party?
Wake up, Republicans in Congress, and feel the tide rolling across grassroots America. The tide is rushing against government controlled health care, and you have two options. Step out in front and act like you are leading this sea change in public … [Read more...] about Memo to Republicans Who Hope to Win Elections￼
The upset defeat of George Bush's close friend, Dick Thornburgh, for the Senate from Pennsylvania in 1990 sent a clear message to Republicans that health care is a major election issue. Unfortunately, the Bush Administration turned a deaf ear, and … [Read more...] about Lessons of the 1993 Elections
A new day has dawned for Republicans. After being humiliated in the election last November, Republicans have come back to life. And it's such a surprise, not only to the Democrats and to the media, but even to the Republicans themselves. Nobody … [Read more...] about The Easter Resurrection of the Republicans
The American people voted for change, but the Clinton Administration is giving us more and more of the same old tax-and-spend policies. The American people voted for reducing the deficit, but the Democratic Congress is voting to increase it. The … [Read more...] about Whatever Happened to “Change”?
For most Republicans, getting a favorable front-page story or a primetime segment on the evening network TV newscasts is difficult. But there is one surefire formula - attack other Republicans. Richard N. Bond joined the ranks of unemployed … [Read more...] about Spoilers in the Republican Party