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Tommy Mack began his career in broadcasting and is a US Army graduate of the Defense Information School. He worked in Army Public and Command Information and earned a BS in Liberal Studies from the State University of New York, Albany. A marketing communications executive, Tommy became a business management consultant for a major international consulting company and its affiliates before establishing Tommy Mack Organization, a business consulting practice specializing in organization and communications management. A professional writer and blogger, he writes about politics, business, and culture.

Attacking Syria: Why is Obama Bothering Congress?


Three (real) reasons the President asked Congress for the go-ahead to attack Syria. Read More »

Embracing Socialism


Arguments about socialism provide great fodder for bitching and griping, but we'd be better off embracing it for what it can do and making it peculiarly American. Read More »

The Party’s Over

a coup de tat

The Republican Party is dissolving before our eyes. Read More »

2012: How It Looks

If the 2012 is all about looks and the Tea Party, Romney wins. Read More »

Rush: The Messenger

Rather than outright condemnation, timid Republicans try to remain mum about Rush Limbaugh’s defamatory comments. Read More »

GOP Wants to Throw Up

Santorum wished he "had that particular line back." He should talk to Howard Dean about that kind of wish. Read More »

DOMA: The Latest Defeat

This year it is clear that Constitutional questions about Civil Rights, such as same-sex marriage, are not vote-getters for Republicans. Read More »

Say What?

Words formulating Romney’s thoughts are sound-bites, not the paragraphs of the radio era. It is bumper-sticker rhetoric, ideal for Twitter. Read More »

Modifying Conservative

Perhaps the GOP is looking for an apocalyptic Nixon conservative. Read More »

The Not-So Great Society

LBJ told Congress, “Very often a lack of jobs and money is not the cause of poverty, but the symptom." Read More »