Month: April 2016

Economic Summit hears blunt advice from Alex Pires By Kathy Canavan Alex Pires dispensed expletive-laced business advice at the Delaware Economic Summit. “We’re within 400 miles of 100 million people. It’s very easy to do well here,” he said. “I think you can do about anything in Delaware, and you’ll find most people want you…

DOVER, Del. (AP) — Voter interest in Delaware’s presidential primary was evident even before the polls opened Tuesday morning. State elections commissioner Elaine Manlove said voters had requested 6,410 absentee ballots in advance of Tuesday’s primary, more than double the 2,624 that were counted in 2008, the most recent year in which Republicans and Democrats held…

Frankly, I’d always kind of liked 9/11 NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani. His “no-BS” to-the-point style appeals. His candor and disregard for political correctness are attractive. Vice President Joe Biden, whom I’ve known since Joe was about 35 years old, tossed a brick or two at Giuliani, but they bounced off. “Rudy Giuliani — this man…

Trump will win Delaware, politico predicts

By Kathy Canavan Political strategist Greg Valliere predicted Donald Trump will win Delaware’s Republican primary this week when he spoke to a group of investors at Wilmington Country Club last Tuesday. Valliere, who is a regular guest on Fox, CNN and CBS, came to address the election and its investment implications for Westover Capital Advisors…