Thursday, March 23, 2017
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Dwight L. Schwab Jr.

Dwight L. Schwab Jr. is a moderate conservative who looks at all sides of a story, then speaks his mind. He has written more than 3500 national political and foreign affairs columns. His BS in journalism from the University of Oregon, with minors in political science and American history stands him in good stead for his writing.


Dwight has 30-years in the publishing industry, including ABC/Cap Cities and International Thomson. His first book, "Redistribution of Common Sense - Selective Commentaries on the Obama Administration 2009-2014," was published in July, 2014. "The Game Changer - America's Most Stunning Presidential Election in History," arrives in February, 2017.


Dwight is a native of Portland, Oregon, and now a resident of the San Francisco Bay Area. Get notification of new stories by Dwight L. Schwab Jr., in your Email.

R. Emmett Tyrell of ‘The American Spectator’ on Liberalism, Obama, Wisconsin

In part one of three, R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr. talks about the Death of Liberalism, Scott Walker and conservatism, America's awakening, Wisconsin and Obama bullies.

Partisans Worried About Obama Re-Election Chances

During the 1980 debates, Ronald Reagan asked America if they were better off after four years of Jimmy Carter. With that question in mind, compare November, 2008 to the present.

Liberal Press Focusing on Hard Facts to Dismay of Obama Campaign

No matter how hard he tries, President Obama cannot silence the economic questions. No matter how hard his campaign staff tries to create distractions, the 'e' word is always present.

CNN Ratings Sink Like a Rock

Nielsen ratings figures in May showed the worst month in nearly 20 years for CNN. An unheard of 50 percent loss of viewer share since the ratings service charted them a year ago.

Startling Economic News Undermines Obama’s Re-Election Hopes

The race will most likely be a referendum on Obama and his policies. That is the ideal platform for Republicans to run on.

Rep. Paul Ryan to The Rescue on Military Cuts

The first steps necessary to restore the funding cuts over the past three years have been taken. There is no real opposition to their plans, you can hear a pin drop.

Jimmy Carter Leaves The Political Reservation

Former President Jimmy Carter brought back old memories for many Americans this week with his off-handed remarks in an interview on MSNBC's 'Jansings and Co.'

Hour of Decision Looms in Egypt

Egypt's presidential race is basically a three man race. It is a mixed race of men that include a former minister to President Hosni Mubarak and two Islamists.

Will Mitt Romney Win 2012 Presidential Election By Comfortable Margin?

That has all changed dramatically heading into May. The 'experts' who predicted the Republicans would come out of their bloody primary mortally wounded have been proven dead wrong. Throw out conventional wisdom.

Justice Sotomayor Provides Big Surprise in Arizona Immigration Law Arguments

Judicial experts either hearing the arguments in person or reading the transcripts agree that the nature of the justice's sharp questioning show a disposition towards Arizona's proposed immigration law.