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Entries by Robert J. Elisberg from 10/2012

The Writers Workbench: IFA Berlin 2012

| Posted 10.02.2012 | Technology
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Every year in January, I write about how I consider the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to be Disneyland for Adults. The tech version of Christmas, with piles of goodies underneath a gargantuan tree, and visions of sugarplums dancing through my head.

The 2012 "How Not to Panic" Voters Guide

| Posted 10.05.2012 | Politics
Read More: Politics News

Democrats should obviously take nothing for granted. Anything unforeseen can happen. The election is not over. But if roles were reversed, I think Democrats would be utterly freaked out. And they'd be right to be.

The Greatest Article I Have Ever Written

| Posted 10.10.2012 | Politics

Honestly, I've come up with the greatest tax plan ever in the history of tax plans, I just can't tell you what my tax plan is and be honest. And I only will be honest with you.

President Obama Whiffs at the Debate

| Posted 10.18.2012 | Politics

Yes, I know that the airwaves are full of videos of "smackdown" moments by the president. But the president had a softball lobbed across the plate on one question, and he missed blasting it far over the wall for an easy, Ruthian grand slam home run.

In God's Intent We Trust

| Posted 10.25.2012 | Politics

Whether or not Richard Mourdock misspoke or was taken out of context, the reality is that the general concept of what he was proposing is not so wildly out of line with today's Republican Party.

Why Nothing Matters in This Election

| Posted 10.30.2012 | Politics

When you're President of the United States, you can't Etch-a-Sketch. You can't hit reset. You can't ignore fact checkers. Too much is at stake.