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There is a woman who sings at our church. She has a fine voice and is obviously an accomplished vocalist. Included in her repertoire is a vibrato which when used to highlight a note or passage adds significantly to the … Continue reading
When it all began, there were sixteen candidates for the Republican presidential nomination. Of that sixteen, eight (Gov. Jeb Bush (R-FL), Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ), business woman Carly Fiorina (R), Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA), Gov. John Kasich (R-OH), Gov. Rick … Continue reading
Dr. Monica Wehby For U.S. Senate “Dr. Wehby is the kind of leader Oregon needs — someone who has strong experience outside of government, who can bring trust and accountability back to Washington.” -Mitt Romney Portland, OR: Today, Mitt Romney, … Continue reading
by NW Spotlight In his Election 2012: State of the Race (published November 5, 2012), Karl Rove is predicting that Mitt Romney will win today’s election. He is predicting Mitt Romney will win 285 Electoral College votes and President Obama … Continue reading
by Eric Shierman The Obama campaign played October like the Portland Trail Blazers of twenty years ago played their fourth quarters, blowing a wide lead. Obama remains in the lead by a few points in the Electoral College, but like … Continue reading
by NW Spotlight The Hill is reporting that Mitt Romney continues to hold a 5-point lead over President Obama in Gallup’s latest national poll of likely voters, 51% to 46%. Meanwhile, Obama’s approval ratings have dropped sharply in the last … Continue reading
by NW Spotlight President Obama repeatedly came across as angry and condescending in tonight’s third and final presidential debate. He seemed to get more and more agitated and rattled as the debate went on, interrupting frequently and ending the last … Continue reading
by NW Spotlight National Review is reporting that Democrats have had more time in all three debates so far – the two presidential debates and the VP debate.
The Republican National Committee (RNC) has released this brief video on last night’s second 2012 presidential debate, titled “Holding President Obama Accountable.”
by NW Spotlight The first presidential debate was a crushing defeat of President Obama by Mitt Romney. Romney’s debate victory translated into a swing in the momentum of the campaign and gains in the polls. CNN reported yesterday, before last night’s … Continue reading
by NW Spotlight Yesterday the Morning Joe Crew on MSNBC discussed the continuing aftershocks to President Obama’s shellacking by Mitt Romney in last week’s presidential debate.
by NW Spotlight Romney wins debate – 67% say Romney won in CNN poll (only 25% say Obama won) CNN is reporting that a CNN/ORC International survey taken right after the debate had 67% of debate watchers saying Romney won, … Continue reading
Monday’s Wall Street Journal contained an article by L. Gordon Crovitz regarding the new use and abuse of “fact checkers” by the mainstream media. It was a “pox on both your houses” article which broadly condemned the use of “fact … Continue reading