BLAMING BOB JONES
- McCain May Continue 'Anti-Catholic' Phone Campaign. // Human Events;03/10/2000, Vol. 56 Issue 9, p3
Reports on the possible continuation of presidential candidate John McCain's phone campaign against Texas Governor George W. Bush, alleging that Bush has been anti-Catholic. Apology given by Bush to John Cardinal O'Connor, the archbishop of New York, for actions which might have appeared...
- A VP's Home State Advantage. Faucheux, Ron // Campaigns & Elections (1996);May2004, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p7
Analyzes the advantage of winning the home state of a vice presidential candidate to win the presidential election in the United States. Importance of historical data in determining the advantage of winning the home state of a vice presidential candidate; Presidents who have won the election...
- PERU: Country Forecast: Forecast Scenarios. // Political Risk Yearbook: Peru Country Report;2006, p17
Discusses several possible regime scenarios in Peru. Reason Peruvian Nationalist Party presidential candidate Ollanta Humala's rise in politics is worrisome; Political impact of the lack of an effective majority; Threats to order.
- CONTRADICTIONS IN THE CARIBBEAN. Miles, William F.S. // French Politics, Culture & Society;Fall2003, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p107
Focuses on the national elections in France. Martinique's participation and vote in the elections; Votes for winning French presidential candidate; Presidential candidates in the elections; Electoral structure in France.
- AS THE HOT AIR TRIAL BALLOONS SOAR, LET'S LOOK AT WHERE THE PREXY HOPEFULS STAND ON GAY RIGHTS. Gregory-Lewis, Sasha // Advocate;3/10/76, Issue 185, p13
Profiles the 1976 presidential nominees and candidates from two major political parties in the U.S. Political platforms and campaigns for gay rights; Political career; Reputation and distinct political activities.
- Washington Front. Penniman, Howard // America;6/20/1959, Vol. 101 Issue 12, p446
The author reflects on the presidential primaries in the U.S. He states that Presidential primaries are tricky business, referring to it as the graveyards of presidential hopefuls. He mentions that not all of the Presidential primaries are equally important and only a few have real bearing on...
- One-issue presidential candidates. // Columbia Journalism Review;May/Jun1976, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p5
This article comments on the emergence of one-issue presidential candidates in the U.S. During the 1960s, activists discovered that one of the most effective ways to put their message before the general public was to stage a news event. The idea was to compel media coverage and thereby lead...
- On the Wild Side. Fineman, Howard; Turque, Bill; Bai, Matt; Rosenberg, Debra // Newsweek;1/17/2000, Vol. 135 Issue 3, p26
Focuses on the campaigns of United States presidential candidates for the year 2000 election, and the debates preceding the New Hampshire primary. George W. Bush, Bill Bradley, John McCain, and Al Gore; Issues such as taxation and gays in the military.
- THE HILL'S pundits blog. // Hill;8/3/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 96, p18
The article presents several blog entries about politics in the U.S. John Feehery wrote in his August 2, 2007 blog that he thinks the government intends to rule over the pharmaceutical industry. Frank Donatelli comments on why Fred Thompson has not announced his candidacy for president when he...