The political implosion of Jeb Bush

When the going gets rough his political skills turn out to be surprisingly clunky

The political implosion of Jeb Bush//  jeb bush  jeb bush [popup url="http://marketplace.troymedia.com/2016/01/the-political-implosion-of-jeb-bush/" height="800" width="800" scrollbars="0"]Download[/popup] this column on Jeb Bush  [popup url="http://marketplace.troymedia.com/terms-and-conditions-of-use/" height="600" width="600" scrollbars="0"]Terms and conditions of use[/popup] TORONTO, Ont. Jan 6, 2016/ Troy Media/ - When Jeb Bush muscled Mitt Romney out of the 2016 Republican presidential race, he was widely perceived as the clear front-runner. Indeed, many…

Oregon shooting another suicide by mass murder

To stem the rising tide of these senseless slaughters requires a broad-ranging commitment to attack their mental health roots

Oregon shooting another suicide by mass murderDownload this column on mass murder for your publication or website. Price starts at $8 Terms and Conditions of use EDMONTON, AB Oct 6, 2015/ Troy Media/ - Will stricter U.S. gun control reduce the number of mass murders in that country, or is the lack of mental health supports at the root of the killings? The gunman…

Eisenhower’s heart attack and the state of presidential medicine

Even the most powerful man on earth doesn't always get the best medical care

Eisenhower’s heart attack and the state of presidential medicineDownload this column on Eisenhower's heart attack for your publication or website. FREE trial Terms and Conditions of use TORONTO, ON Sep 23, 2015/ Troy Media/ - Most of us probably hew to the assumption that the occupant of the White House gets only the very best medical care. After all, the president is ostensibly…

Don’t bet the farm on a Clinton/Bush rerun

Bush is a long way from a nomination and hairline cracks are appearing in the Clinton campaign

Don’t bet the farm on a Clinton/Bush rerunDownload this column for your publication or website TORONTO, ON Jun 18, 2015/ Troy Media/ - The formal campaign launches of Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush have moved the American presidential campaign’s temperature up a notch or two. And with the first Republican debate scheduled for August 6, less than two months from now, political…

Democratic presidents and the trouble with Russia

A little humility would have served Roosevelt, Kennedy and Obama well when dealing with Russia

Democratic presidents and the trouble with RussiaPurchase Democratic presidents and the trouble with Russia TORONTO, ON, Apr 9, 2015/ Troy Media/ - A recent column about Franklin Roosevelt and the advent of the Cold War prompted a question. How might the Roosevelt/Stalin relationship compare to the current one between Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin? In turn, that got me thinking about…

Keystone veto all about retaining presidential authority

The only meaningful decision pits one U.S. agency – the EPA – against another – the State Department

Keystone veto all about retaining presidential authorityDownload Keystone veto all about retaining presidential authority CALGARY, AB, Feb 27, 2015/ Troy Media/ - U.S. President Barack Obama veto of Senate Bill 1, a.k.a. “The Keystone XL Pipeline Approval Act,” this week was not only predictable, it was virtually inevitable given a) the political polarization in the United States; b) unrelenting environmental opposition…

US middle class shifting to GOP

While bad news for Democrats, predicting US political realignment is a tricky business

US middle class shifting to GOPPurchase US middle class shifting to GOP TORONTO, ON, Feb 26, 2015/ Troy Media/ - Political junkies have a weakness for big ideas, particularly those purporting to explain how the future is going to unfold. Invariably, it’s a matter of identifying underlying realignments, preferably those linked to factors which are deemed immutable, at least in…

Comparing U.S., Canadian healthcare systems

Canadians and Americans are misinformed about how each country’s systems work

Comparing U.S., Canadian healthcare systemsWASHINGTON, DC, Jan 23, 2014/ Troy Media/ - One thing Americans and Canadians can agree on is that we don’t want each other’s healthcare systems. In truth, most Americans don’t know how Canada’s system works and Canadians don’t know much about the U.S. system. What Americans know has come mainly from the negative talking points…
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