Wednesday, January 25, 2012


Last night, President Barack Obama delivered his third State of the Union Address to Congress.

The annual rite of passage, prescribed by the Constitution, is basically a performance review of the President. It is intended to update Congress on what the President has accomplished during the prior year and what he intends to accomplish going forward.

And, it is in this sense, that President Obama's speech last night was a failure.

Van Magness on NECN

Fred Van Magness was a guest on NECN's Morning Show this morning to discuss President Obama's State of the Union address and what it means for the 2012 race for the Oval Office.

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Friday, January 20, 2012

Meredith Warren on NECN

Meredith Warren appeared on NECN's Morning Show this morning to discuss last night's GOP presidential candidates debate and the state of the race heading into this weekend's South Carolina primary.

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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Warren and Van Magness wrap up NH primary with live coverage on NECN

The 2012 New Hampshire is now history, and both Meredith Warren and Fred Van Magness visited NECN's studios this morning to analyze what the results mean for the different candidates heading into South Carolina on January 21.

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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Meredith Warren Previews New Hampshire Primary on NECN

Meredith Warren appeared as the GOP political analyst on NECN's Morning Show, talking politics with Democratic analyst George Bachrach and host Bridget Blythe.

Among other topics, Warren discussed the likelihood that former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney will emerge from today's New Hampshire primary election as the clear front-runner in the GOP race, and the way in which the race for second place in the GOP field is becoming increasingly irrelevant.

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Monday, January 09, 2012

Van Magness on NECN

Fred Van Magness appeared as a political analyst on the NECN Morning Show today to discuss the run-up to the New Hampshire primary.

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Friday, January 06, 2012

Meredith Warren on NECN

Meredith Warren visited NECN's Morning Show again this morning to give her analysis of the GOP primary in New Hampshire.

Warren discussed Mitt Romney's frontrunner status in the race, along with the latest efforts by Ron Paul, Jon Huntsman and Rick Santorum.

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Wednesday, January 04, 2012

And the winner is...

Meredith Warren joined George Bachrach and NECN host Bridget Blythe on The Morning Show today to discuss Mitt Romney's winning performance in the Iowa caucuses and what it all means for the campaign going forward.

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Tuesday, January 03, 2012

Meredith Warren previews Iowa caucuses on NECN

Meredith Warren was the featured political analyst on NECN's Morning Show today, where she spoke about tonight's Iowa caucuses.

Meredith spoke about what to expect in Iowa as well as what it all means for each of the candidates and for the race as a whole. And, she discussed what the results will mean for the upcoming New Hampshire primary.

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Monday, January 02, 2012

A new beginning

Some two hundred years ago, America's founders endowed our nation with one of the greatest privileges on the planet -- the ability to choose our own destiny by electing one person to be chief executive, commander in chief of the armed forces and head of state.

Tomorrow, the process of choosing our next President begins in Iowa. It's a process that's quintessentially American. In a state that epitomizes Middle America, people of all walks of life will gather to caucus. They'll meet in all sorts of places, from schools to churches to living rooms. They'll hear speeches from campaign surrogates, and they'll discuss the merits of the candidates. And, at the end, they'll cast their votes (in some cases, voting with their feet by standing in one corner of the room or another in support of their favorite candidate).

Then, just a few days later, the process will move to New Hampshire with the first in the nation primary. And, from there, it will continue for several months as thousands of convention delegates are chosen and a nominee is picked.

To the people who will begin this process, the people to whom an anxious nation looks for early signs of a front-runner, we have a request.

Please pick someone good.

There is much riding on the 2012 presidential election. The next president must do something to fix the economy and get people back to work. He or she must bridge the partisan divide in Washington and find ways to get spending under control and tame the federal debt. Our next president must renew America's strong position in foreign affairs and mend fences with old friends overseas.

In other words, the next president must be a strong leader.

So, we humbly ask the people of Iowa and New Hampshire to step back and consider their choices wisely. We're not asking them to pick anyone in particular (even though we have our choice in mind). We will leave the choice up to them, as is the process. But, we do ask them to pick a nominee who will be up to the challenge. We ask them to look at experience, and records, and positions on all of the issues and to pick someone who will lead us wisely.

Most of all, pick someone who will beat Barack Obama in November and lead America back to greatness.

Please. Pick us a winner.