Commentary: The poverty of Democrats’ ideas for cities
Beck: Detroit, Buffalo rank highest on list of cities in poverty
Democrats have been in office for decades but haven’t solved problem, he says
Beck says voters wanting “change” should throw incumbent parties out
Why is an issue like poverty “owned” by one political party, he asks
As oil prices continued to rise steadily on world markets during the early part of 2008, it became clear to many energy and economic experts around the world that supply and demand were not the only forces pushing prices higher.
Democrats open their four-day convention Monday with political winds at their back, but with a nagging, all-important question before them.
Will Americans, no matter how disenchanted with the current president and his party, elect a black man with a foreign-sounding name and a relatively brief tenure on the national stage?