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Author Archives: Drew McKissick

Drew McKissick is a political consultant with over twenty-five years of experience specializing in political strategy, planning and organization as well as the development of grassroots related political action programs. He has worked as a political activist at the local, state and national levels, and has served in elected and appointed positions at all levels of the Republican Party, including serving as a member of the Republican National Committee. He also writes a regular column providing analysis and commentary on current events.

Time to Rethink the Nomination Process

The first balloting for President is almost one year away, but the process is already approaching full tilt. Read More »

Poor Hillary

It ain't easy being Hillary. Read More »

Beware the Reformers

Politicians are looking to protect themselves from Democracy. It isn't the first time. Read More »

Special Rights, Not Equal Rights

The jig is up. We can now officially put to bed the lie that advocates of gay marriage only want equal rights. Read More »

Post-Thanksgiving Thanks

A post-Thanksgiving list of things to be grateful for. Read More »

Election Dissection

As George Bush put it, the Republicans took a “thumpin’” on November 7th - but why? And what else happened? Read More »

Defending Traditional Marriage From Judges

Next Tuesday, voters in eight states have an opportunity to defend marriage from a runaway judiciary Read More »

Rants, Raves, and Idle Curiosity

From red and blue states to culture and fashion to gas prices and Karl Rove. Read More »

2008 Speculation: The Republicans

The 2008 Republican contest looks like it will be a battle between two candidates: John McCain and the “anti-McCain”. Read More »

2008 Speculation: The Democrats

Mid-term elections are rarely as interesting as presidential races, so let’s take a look at what’s on deck for 2008. Read More »