The GOP debates have been going for about 12 years now. From the time they started until a couple of nights ago I: grew a beard, shaved my beard, checked both my parents into nursing homes, checked myself into rehab, got married and then got divorced.
Over the past couple of weeks the polls have been hotter than the poles at Tropical Lei. Everywhere I turn I see results from a new poll. Here are a few that stood out to me.
Just for the record if this health care bout was taken to the basketball courts, President Obama would be breaking ankles all over the place and this dispute would be settled after a 21-0 routing.
Romney went right for the jugular and began his speech with comments about the general election. He had a crosshair from one of the NRA members’ guns aimed right at President Obama. But wait a minute, Mitt – what about the other two contenders still in the ring with you?
What is the deal with all of these unnecessary announcements about announcements? Soon news agencies will be announcing about announcements that involve announcements about announcements.
Barack is back! What does he and Washington have in store for America, other than Beyoncé?
Port Side writer Charles Blyzniuk was lucky enough to get a spot at the State of the Union and get the insider scoop on some celebrities’ reactions to the speech at the after party.
Charles Blyzniuk gives us the insider secret into getting some of the best awards in investment banking and finance: royally screw things up.
Charles Blyzniuk is back on the scene after finally getting back from North Korea (something about being stuck in customs or some excuse like that). Now he’s ready to impart some wisdom after being able to sit down for a candid interview with a top-ranking North Korean general.
Charles is back, and he’s scoured the depths of Twitter to bring us some illuminating commentary on last week’s Miss America pageant.
Worried about the government shutdown? Columnist Charles Blyzniuk has a list of pros and cons for you!
Charles has had a bit of time to reflect on the recent government shutdown, and finds an important message in the form of a parking ticket in London.