Category: PoliticoArena

Could Hurricane Sandy impact Election Day?

October 29th, 2012 in 2012, College of Communication, Newsmakers, PoliticoArena, Tom Fiedler 0 comments

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Tom Fiedler, College of Communication

When disaster of any this magnitude strikes, those who are most severely affected will look to the federal government for assistance – both in the immediate aftermath and for the recovery…

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Should Obama take Trump’s $5 million offer?

October 24th, 2012 in 2012, College of Communication, Newsmakers, PoliticoArena, Tom Fiedler 0 comments

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Tom Fiedler, College of Communication

I hesitate to respond to this because it simply plays into Trump’s ego-maniacal need for self-promotion, which to him is well worth the $5 million…

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The most important debate question?

September 27th, 2012 in 2012, College of Communication, Newsmakers, PoliticoArena, Tom Fiedler 0 comments

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Tom Fiedler, College of Communication

Here’s a question for Gov. Romney:…

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Are campaign reporters behind the curve?

September 23rd, 2012 in 2012, College of Communication, Newsmakers, PoliticoArena, Robert Zelnick 0 comments

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Robert Zelnick, College of Communication

It’s evolved in a direction that on the face of it seems unfortunate, because of the prominence of the reporter as opposed to the prominence of the story…

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Has Obama lost international support?

September 21st, 2012 in 2012, College of Communication, Newsmakers, PoliticoArena, Tom Fiedler 0 comments

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Tom Fiedler, College of Communication

The most important thing that President Obama can do to improve the image of the United States in the eyes of the world is to complete the withdrawal from Afghanistan, thus ending the nation’s 12-year-long engagement in military adventurism, and avoid future entanglements unless our nation’s security faces clear-and-present danger…

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Where does the ambassador’s death leave the U.S.?

September 12th, 2012 in 2012, College of Communication, Newsmakers, PoliticoArena, Tom Fiedler 0 comments

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Tom Fiedler, College of Communication

President Obama – for political and diplomatic reasons – must leave no doubt that the United States will not rest until those responsible for the fatal attacks are identified and brought to justice as the United States would define it…

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Does Dolan’s appearance blur religion and politics?

August 27th, 2012 in 2012, College of Communication, Newsmakers, PoliticoArena, Tom Fiedler 0 comments

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Tom Fiedler, College of Communication

It is traditional and appropriate for the national party conventions to conclude with a benedictory delivered by a religious leader; the Democrats almost certainly will invite someone of similar stature to Cardinal Dolan…

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Does Obama’s Bain ad go too far?

August 8th, 2012 in 2012, College of Communication, Newsmakers, PoliticoArena, Tom Fiedler 0 comments

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Tom Fiedler, College of Communication

It’s a stretch to say that the ad featuring laid-off steel worker Joe Soptic “charges” Mitt Romney with “causing the death” of Mr. Soptic’s wife…

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A taxing dilemma for Romney?

July 19th, 2012 in 2012, College of Communication, Newsmakers, PoliticoArena, Tom Fiedler 0 comments

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Tom Fielder, College of Communication

Political reporters and the Obama campaign are going to chomp on Mitt Romney like dogs with a bone until he releases several years of his tax returns…

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GOP governors a backstop against Obamacare?

July 5th, 2012 in 2012, Newsmakers, PoliticoArena, School of Management, Stephen Davidson 0 comments

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By Stephen Davidson, School of Management

It may be good politics in the short run in some states, but it is lousy public policy no matter how you slice it…

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