By Dave Andrusko We posted earlier today about last night’s Iowa caucuses. I’d now like to add a few thoughts on the editorial the New York Times ran about Tuesday night’s highly competitive races, “Making Choices in Iowa.” I do so because it is symptomatic of the hoops through which defenders of the pro-abortion-to-the-core Democratic …Continue reading "The Iowa caucus results and the New York Times editorial page’s lament"
By Dave Andrusko Be interesting to know how many die-hards there were like me who stayed up until after 2:00 am EST to learn that former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney had pulled out a last-minute win in the Iowa caucuses over former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum by the incredibly small margin of eight votes (30,015 …Continue reading "Romney and Santorum Tie in Iowa Caucuses, Paul Finishes Third, on to New Hampshire and South Carolina"
By Dave Andrusko 2010-2011 gave new meaning to the term (coined in 1980) the “Permanent Campaign.” Seems like we’ve been talking about the Iowa caucuses, which take place tonight, pretty much non-stop since at least the November 2010 off-year elections. So, as the seven pro-life candidates scrambling for caucus support tonight, what do we know? …Continue reading "More Important Than Anticipating the Results of the Iowa Caucuses"
By Dave Andrusko It probably goes without saying, but it’s Thursday afternoon and by the weekend what pundits think they know about will happen in next Tuesday’s Iowa caucuses might be as outdated as what they were convinced they knew just three weeks ago. Seemingly just yesterday former Speaker Newt Gingrich had whooshed to the …Continue reading "Race in Iowa Remains in Flux as Santorum Moves into Third Place"