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  • Torn Blood Reviewed By Norm Goldman of Bookpleasures.com
    Torn Blood Reviewed By Norm Goldman of Bookpleasures.com
    Author: David J. BainPublisher: Boiti PressISBN: 978-0-9881710-0-8To rapidly hook his readers and provide an up front story question, David J. Bain in his debut novel, Torn Blood quickly outlines in the Prologue a background that will give us...
  • Romney and Obama debate
    Attack on Romney with Bain ammunition
    At this stage of the campaign for President, voters have narrowed their choices and topics. They truly want to know specific actions candidates will take to advance the economy: plans, policies, legislation, and programmatic leadership. They want...
  • Shovel Ready?
    President Obama shoveling something, unfortunately it's not jobs
    “It is ironic that President Obama, who was elected with the benefit of a razor-thin executive record, now unfairly attacks an executive that has a long, distinguished record to attack. All the while, we still do not have a clear...
  • Romney
    Romney camp: No more 'Mr. Nice Guy' after Bain attacks
    Apparently, it's time to cue Alice Cooper'sclassic song.Until now, presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney has been careful to say that Obama is a "nice guy," who just happens to be in over his head.But no more.Buzzfeed reported...
  • Romney says he is hitting Obama back, not whining
    Romney says he is hitting Obama back, not whining
    The race for president between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney has taken an ugly turn ever since Obama alleged Romney could be a criminal due to his statements about his association with Bain. This hit a raw nerve with Romney who insists he has not...
  • Protestors demand Romney release tax returns
    Bain blitz leaves Romney flailing
    Mitt Romney wants to have it both ways. He left day-to-day management of Bain Capital in February 1999 to rescue the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics -- but Bain listed him as CEO, President, Chairman, and sole stockholder until 2002.Romney does not...
  • Romney demands an apology from Obama
    Romney demands an apology from Obama
    The campaign for President of the United States appears to be getting messy. President Obama recently made a suggestion that Mitt Romney could have at sometime broken the law by making inaccurate statements to the Securities and Exchange...
  • Romney under fire for keeping money in foreign countries
    Obama: Romney evading taxes with foreign holdings
    Obama's chief advisor David Axelrod has called Republican rival Mitt Romney "the most secretive candidate we've seen probably since Richard Nixon." Romney's team reacted with displeasure to the comparison, but the Obama...
  • Romney, steely-eyed CEO
    Glory days: Romney at Bain
    I like the look and smell of success. In my career, I have had ups and downs, though the glory days were when I was at my entrepreneurial peak. I founded Talon Publishing Inc that I later merged with D. Appleton Company; together, we had a hot...
  • WaPo/ABC poll: Romney voters losing enthusiasm
    WaPo/ABC poll: Romney voters losing enthusiasm
    The most up-to-date polling illustrates the close nature of the presidential campaign. Nonetheless, President Obama retains his lead over the trailing Mitt Romney due in part to Democratic enthusiasm. According to the latestWashington Post/ABC...
  • Bain executive: Romney lied about layoffs
    Bain executive: Romney lied about layoffs
    Today Obama’s re-election campaign stepped up its criticism of Mitt Romney’s corporate career, circulating an ad about the notorious Romney-led liquidation of Ampad --a paper company based in Marion, Indiana.The attack adrecycles...
  • Wasserman Shultz struggles to explain double standard
    DNC chairperson an embarrassment to Florida and the Democrats
    Referred to as the DNC pit-bull, Chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, Debbie Wasserman Schultz embarrassed herself and the DNC on Fox News this week. Chris Wallace was contrasting Obama’s role with Solyndra layoffs and Mitt...
  • Mitt Romney
    Gingrich-backing Super PAC takes aim at Romney
    Billionaire Sheldon Adelson donated $5 million to pro-Gingrich Super PAC in order to keep Newt Gingrich viable through the Jan 21 South Carolina primary.The PAC, Winning Our Future, will be running a series of ads attacking Mitt Romney.The trailer...