Monthly Archives: February, 2012

WE NEED COOPERATION, NOT POLARIZATION

By Kirk Clay My Way Or the Highway Politicians As Super Tuesday becomes the focal point of this election season. As speculation continues over whether the GOP will have a clear front runner by next Wednesday, my attention turns toward Georgia. Not because of the obvious reasons, but because of what the proverbial “Promised Land” represents …

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POLITICS IS A TEAM SPORT, COMING THROUGH IN THE CLUTCH

By Kirk Clay Political Trends May Reset 2012 Electoral Map Every Thursday, I take my son to winter baseball camp. I enjoy watching him learn the fundamentals of fielding, throwing, and hitting. I watch him go over the same routine countless times so he’s prepared to make a clutch play if needed. As his dad …

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WEIGHING PUBLIC OPINION, TARGETING THE RIGHT VOTERS

The Value / Vote Analysis for People of Color By Kirk Clay Growing up in Toledo, I can remember when a local sports team would win the city championship and advance to the state tournament. The affect it had on the community was tremendous. It energized us, and gave us a sense of achievement for …

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