Monthly Archives: January 2014

The State of the Union is….really boring, apparently.

So Obama gave a speech. I tweeted during it.  Now I’m going to annotate and explain those tweets here because, well really because I can’t help but talk more than 140 words allows. But first, here’s the whole thing… “Truth is singular.  Lies are….words…words…words….” – Madame Vastra About 7,000 words…words…words…. Also, it would have been […]

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The numbers for Monday 1/27/2014

Good Monday Morning readers (as if there are any). Welcome to a new feature here at the WPA blog.  It’s called “the numbers” and is a collection of, well, numbers that matter or might matter in the week ahead. These may or may not be the most important numbers, though some of them are.  But […]

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A Few Thoughts On The 2014 Senatoral Elections

The GOP has an excellent opportunity to regain the Senate in 2014 as Democrats fret over Obama’s falling approval ratings and Obamacare continues to drive the narrative that the Democrat’s big government solutions are bad for the country.  Republicans only need win a net of six seats to gain the Senate majority and given a […]

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Hispanic Support For Obama Has Dropped

It’s important to point out that Obama’s failed policies are not going unnoticed, especially among Hispanics. A Gallup poll conducted last month shows Hispanic support for the President dropping 23 percent from 75 to 52 over the last year.   The reason is simple:  Obama’s policies are hurting Hispanics far more than they helping.  One […]

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2014 Starts Off With A Big Week in Politics

War on Poverty and Obama’s Politics   Obama constantly preaches about income inequality and poverty; yet his policies have done little to change the overall poverty levels.  Some government indicators show poverty levels have been worse under Obama since the recession ended than they were before the recession under Bush.   Look, President Johnson’s goal […]

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