2012 Presidential Race

2012 Presidential Race Politics

Taco Bell’s Political Pressure?

October 30, 2012

Apparently, an area Taco Bell outlet may be weighing in on the current presidential election. An anonymous caller relayed an insertion she said employees of the Warrington Taco Bell recently received in their paychecks. The insertion,…

2012 Presidential Race

Pensacola Romney Rally: Voices from the Crowd

October 29, 2012

By James Hagan…. Romney Rally Fires Up Locals… Long a conservative stronghold, Pensacola greeted Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney with an enthusiastic capacity crowd at the Pensacola Bay Center on October 27. Surging in the polls…

2012 Presidential Race

How does the Electoral Process work

October 26, 2012

The U.S. National Archives have created a webpage that explains the Electoral College. The Electoral College is not a place but is the process by which the President and Vice President are elected. The Electoral College…

2012 Presidential Race

More voter fraud in Escambia County

October 23, 2012 is reporting that at least two Escambia County voters have received a letter questioning their citizenship. The letter is made to look like it is from Supervisor of Elections David Stafford. The fraudulent letter tells…

2012 Presidential Race

America Co.’s Search for CEO

October 22, 2012

Jay Rosenzweig and Robert Waite, two international head hunters, have analyzed the two presidential candidates in the same way executive recruiters do when searching for top talent for client companies. Typically, the client in a chief…

2012 Presidential Race

Presidential Debate Bingo

October 12, 2012

CafePress tracked the words used in last night’s debate between Vice President Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan. Both were aggressive, but it also had several notable phrases that had American voters buzzing – particularly “malarkey.” Key…

2012 Presidential Race

Schieffer: Why debates are good

October 8, 2012

Bob Schieffer says in today’s hyper-partisan age, debates are a time when “partisans from both sides will actually tolerate hearing the other side of the story. A rare thing these days, but it’s a good thing.”…