It is impossible to deny, by any objective measurement that the re-election of campaign of President Obama is running in reverse. There is no polling data that suggests he’s recovered the momentum he lost after the first debate in Denver. The polling averages of RealClearPolitics, as reliable a barometer as any, since it meshes everyone’s data has consistently showing Mitt Romney with a slight... More
Can Mitt Romney reverse the Rocky Mountain High that Barack Obama enjoyed in 2008?
The state of Colorado may only have nine electoral votes, but those nine votes can be crucial as we come down the stretch of the 2012 presidential election. This is a state, like Nevada, which we discussed last week, where President Obama won in 2008, is a narrow favorite to win again this year, but presents possib... More
The Las Vegas Strip might not be the best place to push a socially conservative cultural agenda.
I’ve been watching political analysis and punditry since I was a high school freshman and Ronald Reagan beat Walter Mondale in a 49-state-landslide back in 1984 and if there’s one thing that becomes apparent in listening to political analysis is that the advice of a pundit—or even a paid strateg... More