Writer Archives:  Cindy Rose  (467 posts)  Feed to posts by writer

Cindy found early on that her studies in Political Science and Sociology meshed perfectly with a love of irony and the written word. She provided content and opinion for various websites before joining All Things Democrat, and still maintains her own sites: A Reasoned Perspective.com., and Cindy Rose dot com, which includes a link to her Facebook page. Top 10 Sites (If I absolutely had to narrow it down): Addicting Info.org Crooks and Liars.com Foolocracy.com Politicus USA.com The Political Carnival.net Newshounds.us Political Wire.com Think Progress.org Right Wing Watch.org Mediaite.com

RNC 2016 Hate Fest: Funniest Lines

Trust me, no one would confuse the speakers at the Republican convention in Cleveland with members of Mensa. To be fair, when someone like Donald Trump is your nominee, you take what you can get. But one thing you can … Continue reading

RNC 2016 Hate Fest: Recap 1

The Republicans are holding their 2016 Hate Fest at Quicken Loans Arena in Ohio this week, under the guise of nominating a candidate for President. So far, they’ve spent their time attacking the Democratic nominee, in order to avoid praising … Continue reading

Trump VP Pence’s Legislative History

In his usual hissy-fit style, Donald Trump announced Mike Pence as his running mate on Twitter as opposed to a press conference. It seems Trump was mad because his choice was leaked before he could get in front of the … Continue reading

A Knowledgeable Person On HRC’s Emails

Jay Hatheway, professor of history, chair of the Department of History at Edgewood College in Madison, Wisconsin, and ex-military Special Forces top secret control officer in Europe, wrote a “Guest Column“ for the Wisconsin State Journal. In it, he lays … Continue reading

Voters Don’t Trust a Trump SCOTUS Pick

The Latest From Public Policy Polling: New Public Policy Polling surveys in 6 key battleground states where Republican Senators are up for reelection this year find that voters don’t trust Donald Trump and would rather have Barack Obama picking a … Continue reading

Bernie Can Take His Demands and…

In a New Yorker report on Bernie Sanders’ “demands” of the Democratic Party, John Cassidy writes (my emphasis): The Sanders campaign is … pushing to reform the primary process. Sanders wants to get rid of superdelegates, end closed primaries, and … Continue reading

John McCain: From “Maverick” to Milquetoast

Washington “insider” Sally Quinn once said of Arizona Senator John McCain: Most people really like John McCain. I mean, he’s an extremely likable person, and he’s very admirable in many ways. One is that he says what he believes and … Continue reading

Here’s Your Revolution

There is only one candidate for President with the experience to lead on day one: REGISTER. VOTE. THE RIGHTS YOU SAVE MAY BE YOUR OWN.

Democrats Must Unite Behind Nominee

Some Democrats on Twitter are starting to sound like Republicans; adopting the “my way or the highway” mentality. A number of Clinton and Sanders supporters are saying they will not vote at all if their candidate doesn’t get the nomination. … Continue reading

Wishing you a Wonderful Holiday Season

Priebus Thanks Base For Staying Stupid

We figured Reince Priebus sits at home sweating every time Democrats debate, praying that his base isn’t watching; well, we were right. In one of the most Un-American, Un-Patriotic statements by the head of a major political party, Priebus put … Continue reading

Merry Christmas Corporate America

Press Statement from Citizens For Tax Justice, Dec. 16, 2015: Following is a statement by Bob McIntyre, director of Citizens for Tax Justice, regarding the announcement of $680 billion tax cut package (split between the extenders and omnibus bills) to … Continue reading