March 2008 Entries
A lot has been made (by both sides) in this Democratic primary race that "words matter". Well, The Brody File brings you this:
I'm back. Vacation was great. I took the family to San Francisco and Las Vegas. My five year old girl looks at me at the end of the trip and says, , "Remember Daddy, what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas." Amen to that!
The Brody File is going on vacation. I'm heading to the West Coast with my family. When I booked my ticket, I put my first name as "Brody" and my second name as "File." Hopefully, I'll get on the plane.
The Brody File producer Robin Mazyck here with a guest blog for The Brody File.
We won't know for awhile how voters view Barack Obama's speech today on race relations but The Brody File saw it as a HUGE positive for Obama and a successful turning point for the future of his campaign. The Obama campaign tells me he told high level staffers on Saturday that he wanted to do this speech. He ended up writing it himself on Sunday and Monday and then finished it up this morning.
"We the people, in order to form a more perfect union."
Today in Philadelphia when Barack Obama gives a HUGE SPEECH on race and his controversial pastor, it will be a turning point. T
In response to his controversial pastor, Barack Obama did the cable TV circuit interviews Friday night. Watch the FOX interview here, CNN interview here and the MSNBC interview here.
This word just coming in late on a Friday night. Obama's good friend and controversial pastor Jeremiah Wright is no longer with the Obama campaign. Spokesman Tommy Veitor says he will no longer serve on the African American Religious Leadership Committee.
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Barack Obama's campaign has sent The Brody File here at CBN News a statement regarding the controversy swirling around his former pastor Jeremiah Wright.
The Brody File received an e-mail this morning from a key Democratic strategist who tells me the following when it comes to the controversy surrounding Barack Obama's pastor:
Barack Obama has rejected some of the controversial comments coming from his pastor, Jeremiah Wright. I think it's fair to say that Obama's response has not been forceful or strong enough as he even compared him to the old family uncle who makes disagreeable statements from time to time. But there are some lingering questions.
Religious leaders from across the faith and ideological spectrum today invited Senators Clinton, McCain and Obama to participate in an unprecedented bipartisan presidential candidate forum at Messiah College near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on the evening of Sunday, April 13 -- just nine days before the Pennsylvania primary. Now more than ever, Americans motivated by faith are bridging ideological divides to address domestic and international poverty, global AIDS, climate change, aborti
You will notice the pulpit is draped in African cloth, the lecterns, altar and the main pulpit lectern, along with the pastor’s chair. These areas are covered because the words and rituals of the sacred were practiced behind, before and in these physical spaces. During the Pastor’s Word, all of the pulpit chairs will be removed except the center chair. No one,including Pastor Moss, will sit in the pulpit! We honor this space where our Senior Pastor provided ministry, encouragement an
Barack Obama’s Pastor says Hillary Clinton doesn’t know what it’s like to live in a country “controlled by rich white people.” Pastor Jeremiah Wright made these comments about Hillary Clinton from the pulpit of Obama’s Church a couple of months ago. You can watch the comments here. Read the key part of what he said below:
Geraldine Ferraro’s comments are getting quite a bit of attention because many say she went “over the line”. The line in question is the following: <
When your entire campaign is based upon a claim of experience, it is important that you have evidence to support that claim. Hillary Clinton’s argument that she has passed “the Commander- in-Chief test” is simply not supported by her record. There is no doubt that Hillary Clinton played an important domestic policy role when she was First Lady. It is well known, for example, that she led the failed effort to pass universal health insurance. There is no reason to believe, howeve
Today in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Hillary Clinton is rolling all of her recent criticisms of Obama into one stump speech. Read excerpts of what she will say today:
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The McCain campaign released their list of Catholic supporters. More than 100 strong. It's being called The National Catholics for McCain Committee. Senator Sam Brownback and Former Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating are the co-chairs.
In July of last year, Hillary Clinton gave an interview to New York Times reporter Michael Luo about her faith. It's a fairly in depth interview.
It’s moments like the one I’m about to describe below that hurt Barack Obama. One of his own national security advisors says that he’s not ready for the 3 a.m. wakeup call if he were Commander in Chief. Watch it here and read below from Susan Rice, one of his foreign policy advisors:
The Republican National Committee is the LEAST of Barack Obama’s worries. He needs to worry about what he’s about to be hit with. If he thought the “kitchen sink” strategy was bad, wait until he gets a load of “The All Major Appliances” strategy. What Obama and his campaign need to figure out is whether or not they take the high road, and rather continue to attack John McCain and look like a frontrunner, or do they go tit for tat with Clinton and beat them at
I was on The 700 Club this morning talking about the results of the big March 4th primaries. Watch it above.
The Democratic National Committee is ready. They've been ready.
Mike Huckabee left the Republican Presidential race Tuesday night but he leaves with his head held high and a bright future ahead of him.
John McCain is officially Lazarus.
We don't even know the results of the big Ohio and Texas primaries but here's my take on the headline depending on the outcome. See below.
Have a look at some exit poll information below.
The Hillary Clinton campaign likes the following exit poll number tonight:
The Obama campaign has taken a lot of hits the last week but if they push through and do well tonight, (whatever that means) it's pretty much over. Bill Burton, the campaign's national spokesman just sent me this:
Tonight's the night. Super Tuesday, Part 2. Get my analysis above. I was on our CBN Newswatch show this afternoon.
Guest blog by The Brody File producer Robin Mazyck.
Endorsed by an influential Texas televangelist, Republican John McCain endeared himself to one group of voters but risked alienating another with the pastor's anti-Catholic views. The controversy has been mild so far, but still, every vote counts in a presidential election that is expected to be closely contested. Evangelical or born-again Christian voters were key to George W. Bush's victories, but so were Roman Catholics, who chose Bush over their fellow Catholic John Kerry in 2004 and over
If Texas doesn't go his way, (and the polls don't look good), Mike Huckabee will most likely bring his surprising and energetic campaign to a close. But not before having established himself politically in a real substantive way.
Obama was talking about Jesus, gay marriage, his Church and abortion Sunday in Nelsonville, Ohio. At one point, he linked the Sermon on the Mount to the overall issue of gay marriage. Read it for yourself. The transcript of both the question he received and his full answer are below.
If Hillary Clinton loses the Democratic nomination to Barack Obama, I've found her a backup gig. She could work for the Republican National Committee press shop. OK, I admit the pay isn't as good but after what she and her campaign have been throwing out against Obama the last few days, it would be a perfect fit.