Is Herman Cain a serious contender for the Republican presidential nomination? It’s a question no one in the pundit world was asking until the past week. Cain has never held public office. When he ran for the Senate in Georgia in 2004, he lost the primary by a 52 percent to 26 percent margin. But, Republicans everywhere view Cain favorably.
Lexington Development and Publisher Scott Schaefer are very pleased to announce the launch of the LexingtonWiki, an all new, feature rich addition to the Lexington Development Network. We think of the LexingtonWiki is an online research library and knowledge base of epic proportions. Several months in the making, the LexingtonWiki is now ready for pre-release. (…)
Tea Party activists are expressing discontent with politicians with whom they disagree. Their discontent is particularly focused on politicians they view as too liberal, so it is certainly a target rich environment.
Today, voters in two key gubernatorial election races sent a message to the Obama Administration and Democratic Congressmen and Senators throughout the land. The message, when you boil it down, is the Yes We Can and Hope You Can Believe In election result of 2008 was a fluke, not a mandate. The voters in New(…)