The United States & Barack Obama

First and foremost, I would like to extend heartfelt congratulations to America and to President-Elect Obama for this monumental victory. The hope and optimism for the future is apparent across the globe now despite the perilous issues the entire world is facing. In light of his historic and inspiring victory, I have decided to take a closer look at the relationship between the United States and Barrack Obama.

Why Politicians Don’t Have Mustaches, Beards & Facial Hair

One of the first political candidates I ever volunteered for was a great guy who was running for county commissioner against an unpopular incumbent. Our candidate ran a great political campaign, raised lots of money and inspired plenty of grassroots support.

The United States & Barack Obama

First and foremost, I would like to extend heartfelt congratulations to America and to President-Elect Obama for this monumental victory. The hope and optimism for the future is apparent across the globe now despite the perilous issues the entire world is facing. In light of his historic and inspiring victory, I have decided to take a closer look at the relationship between the United States and Barrack Obama.

The United States & Barack Obama

First and foremost, I would like to extend heartfelt congratulations to America and to President-Elect Obama for this monumental victory. The hope and optimism for the future is apparent across the globe now despite the perilous issues the entire world is facing. In light of his historic and inspiring victory, I have decided to take a closer look at the relationship between the United States and Barrack Obama.

Why Politicians Don’t Have Mustaches, Beards & Facial Hair

One of the first political candidates I ever volunteered for was a great guy who was running for county commissioner against an unpopular incumbent. Our candidate ran a great political campaign, raised lots of money and inspired plenty of grassroots support.

The Political Failures of the Baby Boomers, and the Challenges For the Next Generation

The Baby Boomers have long controlled our government. As the obstacles to our nation’s progress have mounted, Baby Boomer political leaders have largely sought to deflect responsibility, avoid tough decisions, and instead focus their efforts on discrediting their political opponents. As the Boomers have grown in their influence, they have not only failed to solve problems, but in many ways, they have left American Democracy worse off.