Entries by David Fowler

Who Wins Isn’t the Issue

Tampering with a ballot box is not just “cheating” at the “game” of politics, as some might consider it. It is nothing short of a treasonous act because it is an attack on the very integrity of the fundamental component … Continue reading

How Not to Campaign and Win

With no money, political novice Jim Summerville’s best chance was not to do much and hope that the anti-incumbent, anti-Democrat mood was strong enough that folks would vote for him. It worked. There are lots of training programs for political … Continue reading

A Christmas Reflection

If ever there was a person who moved into a “bad” neighborhood, beneath his means, it was Jesus. I always chuckled when I heard the story of my former Senate colleague, John Ford, who did not live in the inner-city … Continue reading