GOP candidates punt on gas prices, settle for fearmongering

120 minutes. Nothing on gas prices. Maybe it was John King’s fault. Yeah, let’s just blame him, instead of 4 so-called presidential candidates who could have spoken up on this, and really connected with voters who hopefully now know that neither side has a realistic and workable solution. I can’t blame Ron Paul, because he … Continue Reading →

Mitt Tzu: The Art of Politics

I’m hearing that CNN’s Atlanta debate on March 1st is cancelled. Add that to the cancelled March 5th debate on MSNBC, and we’re left with one debate on Wednesday, Feb. 22 in Mesa, AZ. That puts 13 states across one debate, and 500+ delegates sit between now and March 6th. Part of me wonders if … Continue Reading →