A Good Idea is Hard to Find

Still looking for ideas, but in my search for ideas what I have uncovered is reasons why ideas are hard to find at political conventions.

Whereas the selection of presidential candidates used to take place …

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Any Ideas?

Blogging has acquainted me in a new way with the power of the Internet. Having never blogged before, and not being much of a blog surfer, when I was asked to do this I said …

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Political Conventions 101

I got taken to school today.

I had a press pass for today’s DNC.

What I didn’t have was a floor pass for the Pepsi Center. Hence, I had to cover the DNC from outside …

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American Beauty

(Due to technical difficulties and unspeakable complications, this post written on Sunday is only now being posted. I will soon post several entries to get caught up for today and be ready for tomorrow.)

Today’s …

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False Start

The Olympics may be over, but not false starts.

Last night I arrived in Denver safe and sound. I got my rental car without a hitch. I drove to my friend’s home where I …

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Midway Airport

Party Platform

Chicago\'s Midway AirportI'm in Chicago.

As we descended through the clouds and landed in Chicago, I thought it was fitting that my path to Denver takes me through Chicago, the site of the 1968 Democratic Convention and …

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Southwest Airlines

Convention Etiquette

I am finally at the Manchester airport ready to embark on the great adventure to the DNC. As I sit here awaiting my Southwest flight to Chicago my mind begins to focus on what awaits. …

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Sen. Hillary Clinton

It’s Not About Being Nice

Sen. Hillary Clinton and Sen. Barack ObamaI grew up in Minnesota where we were taught from Day 1 the importance of being nice. (Which will cause the Republicans problems if they don’t hold a nice convention and the Democrats problems if …

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55 Saint Anselm College students participate in Road for Hope chairty walk.

On The Road For Hope

55 Saint Anselm College students participate in Road for Hope chairty walk.Fifty five Saint Anselm students set off from Lewiston, Maine on Sat., August 23, beginning their week-long trek by foot to Saint Anselm College for the start of the upcoming academic year.

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Sen. Obama & Sen. Biden

Winning and Losing

Sen. Obama & Sen. BidenNow that Obama has answered the question the vice-president raises, there are a new set of questions to which I will seek answers in Denver and they center around winning and losing.

My guess is …

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