January 28, 2021

Presidential Debate Advice for Mitt Romney

The following debate suggestions for Gov. Romney may be worth what his advisers are paying for them — nothing.  But here goes anyway. TO: Governor Romney’s Presidential Debate Preparation Team Since the first presidential debate is only a month away, here are some unsolicited suggestions, pertaining to a few elements of Delivery and Content, you […]

Mitt Romney’s Time to Choose

Throughout the history of the United States, whenever the dark clouds of apprehension, fear, and adversity cast a long shadow over the nation, a leader has emerged to successfully guide America into even greater prosperity and achievement.  Men such as George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Ronald Reagan understood that among the many duties of the […]

A Closer Look at Mitt Romney’s Immigration Plan

Print Email Text Size The Spectacle Blog By W. James Antle, III on 6.22.12 @ 12:59PM Yesterday Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney released a plan that is designed to make distinction between legal and illegal immigration — and also to defuse a damned if you do, damned if you don’t political issue. The key points: […]

Will Mitt be Jack or Arnie?

Now that Romney has clinched the GOP nomination and everyone can drop the annoying adjective “presumptive,” which the MSM has used derisively, Team Romney is sure to get lots and lots of solicited and unsolicited advice on how to manage the campaign ahead.  I’ll leave issues of substance to others and focus here on style.  […]

Mitt Romney Will Do Just Fine, Thank-You

The upcoming election will be one of the simplest of our lifetimes.  It is defined by one axiom: Obama must be defeated. I’m not one of that crew, sincere but overwrought, who see Barack Obama as some kind of period to the American story, as a native Anti-Christ by way of Alinsky and Ayers.  He […]

Wiesel Wants Answers from Mitt

Print Email Text Size The Spectacle Blog By Aaron Goldstein on 2.14.12 @ 4:41PM Nobel Laureate and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel is demanding answers from Mitt Romney over the Church of Latter Day Saints’ practice of baptizing deceased Jews. Wiesel learned that his name (along with that of his father and maternal grandfather) had been […]

Mitt Romney Wins Nevada

Print Email Text Size The Spectacle Blog By W. James Antle, III on 2.5.12 @ 12:00AM Mitt Romney has won the Nevada caucuses. The outcome wasn’t a surprise, but the margin may be as large as 20 points. Romney benefited from strong Mormon turnout — 91 percent of his coreligionists voted for him — but […]

Underestimating Mitt and Newt

For the first time in my life, and I have been following Republican primaries closely since before I was old enough to vote, I have found myself vacillating among candidates. Contrary to conventional wisdom, this is not from a lack of viable candidates, but from an excess.  In November, I will gladly support whoever prevails.  […]

Mitt Romney: The Last Republican President?

There now appears to be an inevitability surrounding Mitt Romney and the Republican nomination for president.   Are the American people prepared to sit through another term of George H.W. Bush?   The chances are that Romney would be the last Republican president, as the Party may fly apart under his rule.  The country would then have […]

Game On: Newt Calls Mitt a Liar

Via Los Angeles Times: No more Mr. Nice Newt. As he girds for what is expected to be a disappointing showing in tonight’s Iowa caucuses, Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich is lashing out, calling rival Mitt Romney a “liar” responsible for negative ads that sunk the former House speaker’s campaign. “This is a man whose […]