Another Important Aspect to West Virginia

Well, for at least today, and maybe tomorrow, the talk of the town will be Clinton’s landslide win in West Virginia. To my pleasant surprise, it seems that most of the media has not gone into hysterics as I had expected, and most pundits who have finally come to grips with the math of this race did...

Is media bias against Obama causing them not to report objective facts?

As I talked about in my last post, Hillary’s done. Any objective analysis of the empirical facts proves this. Save for an act of God, there is now no way that her campaign can surmount the delegates that Obama has amassed. Given this fact, shouldn’t the media project Obama as the winner of the...

Just how done is Hillary?

Suppose this were November of any presidential election year and both candidates are still mathematically in the race, and vote totals are yet to come in from three states: California, New York, and New Jersey. At that point, which candidate do you think the networks would declare the winner? It’s a...

Static Dynamics: The Irony of the End

The great irony of last night’s primaries is that while they may be game changers, from one point to the next, little has changed. If we were to look at polling averages in both Indiana and North Carolina, and then look at the voting totals that we actually ended up with, I think the general consensus...

A Whole Plate of Stupid

If you want to get an idea of how much of a farce this Democratic primary has become, one need look little further than this post at the New Republic by Naom Scheiber. In answering the question of whether or not Obama is, “too obsessed with delegates,” Scheiber makes a semi-intelligible point in...

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