I am a professional journalist and business consultant. I write about business, culture and politics. My work appears in two blogs, Organized Business and The Premise Loft, as well as my company website, tmackorg.com. I own and direct Tommy Mack Organization. Follow me on Facebook and @tmackorg on Twitter.
If the 2012 is all about looks and the Tea Party, Romney wins.
Rather than outright condemnation, timid Republicans try to remain mum about Rush Limbaugh’s defamatory comments.
Santorum wished he "had that particular line back." He should talk to Howard Dean about that kind of wish.
This year it is clear that Constitutional questions about Civil Rights, such as same-sex marriage, are not vote-getters for Republicans.
Words formulating Romney’s thoughts are sound-bites, not the paragraphs of the radio era. It is bumper-sticker rhetoric, ideal for Twitter.
Perhaps the GOP is looking for an apocalyptic Nixon conservative.
LBJ told Congress, “Very often a lack of jobs and money is not the cause of poverty, but the symptom."
The Republican elites who opposed Democratic Presidents Roosevelt, Kennedy and Johnson decried them as socialists too.
In GQ Magazine’s “The 50 Most Powerful People in Washington*,” Eric Cantor tops the list.["*People with the last names Obama and Biden not included."]
The laissez faire ‘90s seemed to confirm Greenspan’s hands-off approach to regulation. But as a result, the financial world suffered a fiscal heart attack in 1998.