Monthly Archives: September 2008

U. S. Presidential Debate – Déjà vu All Over Again

The first televised Presidential debate featuring Vice President Richard M. Nixon and Senator John F. Kennedy on September 26, 1960, draws an uncanny parallel to the one which took place 48 years to the date later. In the earlier debate, … Continue reading

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A Star Has Risen

Rudy Giuliani appeared to be having a great time as he passionately warmed up the enthusiastic delegates at the Republican National Convention last night. And then it was time for the much anticipated debut of Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah … Continue reading

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John McCain Inspires But Doesn’t Ignite

Speaking from a lectern at the end of a long runway, John McCain delivered a lengthy 60-minute town hall style speech short of charisma and, with some exceptions, excitement. It was, however, an inspiring look into the character of a … Continue reading

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