Monthly Archives: October 2012

Advice To Obama Supporters: Get An Effing Grip On Yourselves!

Once again, my best intentions have been dashed – DASHED! –  I tell you, by the demands of my day job.  I thoroughly intended to provide an in-depth post-debate analysis designed to both talk Obama supporters back off the ledge … Continue reading

Live Blogging Tonight’s Presidential Debate

We are on. I’m told there’s a good political crowd tonight at Middlebury’s Karl Rove Crossroads cafe, but I’ve decided to stay in familiar territory, in walking distance of the scotch.   We’ll be watching Wolf and the gang on CNN.  … Continue reading

About That Gender Gap…..

I have a post up today at the Economist’s Democracy in American website discussing the conventional wisdom regarding the source of the sizable gender gap in the presidential race.  In brief, I take issue with the argument that women’s greater … Continue reading

Forecasting the Election: It’s No Time To Go Wobbly

Time (and administrative duties) permitting, I’ll  be up with my traditional election forecast post later this week, complete with an explanation of my methodology, as it were.  In the meantime, just to get the conversation going, here are the latest … Continue reading