Food politics promises to displace diminished social wedge issues, carrying much the same weight, with big corporate money facing off against the health, welfare, and choices of the vast majority. Money, in fact, determines the quality of what we eat, in more ways than one.
Finally, we know what Obama is pitching, sort of, thanks to his slogan, Forward, and slick new PR video. But who knows anything about Romney with his oily campaign slogan, “Believe in America”?” Couldn’t and didn’t and doesn’t Obama say the say thing?
So, it appears campaign season is under way in earnest. Mr. Obama officially kicked off the festivities in Virginia and Ohio yesterday, and we saw our first Mitt-scorcher on Denver TV a […]
What is Turd Blossom thinking — or is he cowed by reactionary funders who think this election gets decided on personality and likeability? If so, Obama rules, the better campaign hustler and world’s greatest celebrity.
Romney looks to win the GOP nod. Romney looks to lose to Obama, unless all hell breaks loose, figuratively speaking. Romney splits the rightwing base. That makes Romney the sacrificial Rethug lamb of the season. But savvy fringe players can still make lemonade out of lemons, though no positive for governance.
Dear Republican Party: Hi, my name is Chris. I’ve been a card-carrying Republican since I registered some twenty-four years ago. I realize you probably don’t recognize me because I’m standing in the […]
By Robert Becker Scene: Large Washington hotel room full of Democratic staffers. Speaker: Savvy PR operative, speaking bluntly. Message: People vote their prejudices, so public relations rule. It’s remarkable how many of […]
by Terry Hargrove This has been the most interesting, and by interesting I mean hilarious, presidential election I’ve ever experienced. See the tears? I must be laughing really hard. It seems meaningless […]
“There ought to be limits to freedom.” Who said it?
But he is Richard Nixon. Stuart, longtime friend to S&R, is a veteran stage actor who portrays the former president in the Longmont (Colorado) Theatre Company‘s ambitious take on Frost/Nixon. I had […]