Posts Tagged ‘Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’

Political Observations…on Sunday

Sunday, March 11th, 2012

Speaking With the Speaker

By Peggy Noonan

John Boehner talks about the need for Republican unity and why the House is in ill repute.  Read the full column here.

A not-so-favorite son of Pennsylvania

By Timothy McNulty (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

Not a single major statewide Republican leader in Pennsylvania has endorsed him.  Read the full story here.

It’s Time to Believe:  Romney’s a Winner

By Dana Milbank (The Washington Post)

The reviews of Mitt Romney’s Super Tuesday performance were murderous.  But the question of who had the best Super Tuesday is a matter of fact, not opinion: Romney did.  Read the full column here.

Political analysis impacting 2012

Sunday, March 20th, 2011

The incredible, changeable independent voter

By Chris Cillizza & Aaron Blake (The Washington Post)

In American electoral politics, independent voters are the holy grail. 

Thousands of hours are spent by political strategist and reporters (read: nerds) pouring over what makes them tick and how best to court them.  Read the full story here.

“Me and Mrs. Palin”

Sunday, September 6th, 2009

My hobby is following the national political news.  This weekend I saw where Vanity Fair will hit the newsstands nationwide on September 8th with an article “Me and Mrs. Palin”.   No doubt Levi Johnston – father of Bristol’s baby – has earned real money for this one. 

Reading the preview that appears on the Vanity Fair web site  thought I was looking at The National Inquirer standing the grocery store line.

I was not alone in my disbelief at what I read.  Today’s Pittsburgh Post-Gazette published a column “The revenge of Levi” written by a New York Times syndicated columnist.