Kerry’s Secret Weapon

Kerry Secret Policy Weapon Will Finish Bush Off Given that the US needs roughly 100 quadrillion BTUs to run its economy, and only 6% come from renewables, it will be decades before we have eliminated hydrocarbons as a source of fuel. Even then it’s unlikely given the abundance of coal in this country. I doubt this will turn out to be the winning election issue that these people think it will...
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Kerry’s Momentum Pulling Superdelegates Towards Him

Las Vegas SUN: Nevada superdelegates moving toward John Kerry Just FYI. Not much to comment on other than Kerry is picking up the at-large delegates as it becomes more clear that he will be the winner. It’s not over yet and they can change their minds right up to the convention, but it’s a clear change in the winds away from Dean. As Democratic presidential front-runner John Kerry scored...
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Go Kerry Go

I’m pulling for John Kerry in the Democratic primaries. If he wins the Iowa caucuses, as the entrance data suggests, he could come back strongly in New Hampshire. I still wouldn’t vote for him in the general election — Bush is my man — but I will vote for him in the Democratic primary since Bush is running unopposed. He’s the least bad among the bunch and I respect him....
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Presidential Politics

I would rather see the Democrats nominate a centerist with a strong foreign policy vision than Dean or Clark, who’s been entirely too goofy lately with extreme views on abortion and embarrassing appeals to the fringes of the Left. The Iowa caucuses are a strange phenomenon and might depend as much on groundwork as opinion polls, or so I’m told. Even so, I would like to see Kerry win in...
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North Korea As John Kerry Sees It

Stephen Green does an excellent job of fisking an op-ed piece by John Kerry on North Korea. Stephen is right: it’s not an op-ed piece as much as a campaign commercial, and about as truthful. He ends with a statement of dissatisfaction with Dubya, a common occurrence these days: George W Bush, so long as he continues to spend recklessly, support the USA PATRIOT act, oppose full rights for gays,...
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