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What was Wrong with the Polls in New Hampshire

I’ve been thinking about the polling that was reporting that Obama was winning in New Hampshire – pretty big – and that McCain might be ahead, but Romney was gaining ground. These polls reported during the last 48 hours before the election were off the mark. Michael Medved just posted a pretty good analysis. I […]

How About Knife Control?

Here’s a new – but old – story for readers; 3 Students Stabbed; Pa. School Evacuated. I think that we need federal knife control legislation. How many kids need to get hurt or die? Not one more I say! READING, Pa. (AP) – Three students were stabbed Wednesday morning at a junior/senior high school by […]

My Problem with John McCain

Actually, this is just one problem that I have with McCain. There are others. (Click here if you can not see the image, copyrighted by AP.) Whatever dude… Doesn’t he realize that as of around Dec. 15 last year, the memo went out to stop using the term “global warming” in favor of the new […]

Why Not Just Change the Definition of a Recession?

During the past decade, there has been this push to change the definition of words. Don’t like the definition of marriage? Go change it. How about the definition of an expulsion? When I was in high school, if you got expelled, you were expected to never step foot on campus again, period. These days, a […]

Clinton Campaign Brings Back the Old Guard

Doesn’t anyone see how obvious this is? So much for the “change” demanded in Washington by the Democrat party. Back to the Future: Carville & Begala to join Clinton campaign by Major Garrett MANCHESTER, N.H. It’s back to the future at Hillary Clinton’s campaign as some of the top advisers to former President Clinton are […]

Media Burned by Fake Bhutto Facebook Page

Sweet. Will the MSM ever learn? I really wonder what is going on in Journalism schools these days. I’m quite certain that finding a story basically involves reading some other news Web sites, and then confirming that story involves reading the same story on some other news Web site. Check your sources people. (Keep in […]

Good News Always Seems to be ‘Unexpected’

I think I may start a new category for unexpected good news. The economy, consumer spending, how well a president gets along with another head of state… Just today, Bloomberg.com has a new one; Construction Spending in the U.S. Unexpectedly Rose. Read the entire article for the bad news that seems to overcome the good […]

Sound Off Connecticut expands by one hour

Effective Jan. 5, Sound Off Connecticut will be on the air from 9 a.m. to noon ET. Join Jim Vicevich online or over the air this Monday and tune in! You can listen live via the CBS Radio feed by visiting the WTIC home page and clicking on the Listen Live banner. Enter Keyword Jim […]

French “Vandals” Fire Up 372 Cars

Nice. The article is written like this is a normal in France. Maybe it is. Cars are burned fairly regularly in France and the image of vehicles in flames in poor suburbs became symbolic of riots in 2005 when angry youths set fire to thousands of cars. There is usually an increase in the number […]

Loosing a Seat in Congress – What to do?

The Berkshire Eagle Online has a story today concerning the low population growth in the state of Massachusetts. As you may or may not know, a states representation in the U.S. House of Representatives is determined by the population of the state. “You are definitely going to lose a seat up there,” said Clark Bensen, […]