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Fred-a-Rama

With former Sen. Fred Thompson about to declare his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination, I thought I'd provide ElephantBiz.com readers with a list of the many posts about or mentioning Fred Thompson since word of a possible bid started circulating a few months ago. Actually, some posts are before that - Back as far as January 20 I sensed Thompson was already running an underground campaign for president, and I wrote this post at Elephant Biz and then posted this link to it from my eponymous blog:

Running Fred?

For a guy who says he's not running for political office, former Tennessee Sen. Fred Thompson sure is raising his public political profile lately.

If you're on the Elephant Biz homepage, click "Continue Reading" for the list of 174 posts at ElephantBiz.com so far mentioning or focusing on Fred Thompson. Otherwise, just scroll down. Each listing includes a hyperlinked headline and an excerpt of the beginning of the post.

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USA Today: Fred's In

USA Today says it's unofficially official: Fred Thompson is running for president.Politician-turned-actor Fred Thompson plans an unconventional campaign for president using blogs, video posts and other Internet innovations to reach voters repelled by politics-as-usual in both parties, he told USA...

MSNBC: Thompson May Be Best Positioned to Keep the GOP Coalition Together

Here's the MSNBC video report of Fred Thompson's preparations to run for president. And here's the text version of the story by MSNBC Political Director Chuck Todd. Interesting point from the video: Todd points out that there is as much...

Will Democrats Always Dominate the New Media?

Ad Age magazine says Democrats Have an Early Lead ... in the Web 2.0 Race, but the Republicans are "catching up as both parties realize MySpace and other social-networking sites can't be ignored." Much of the story echoes my previous...

Relatability: An Interview with Andrew Breitbart

The Washington Times interview of Andrew Breitbart of Breitbart.com and Breitbart.tv has some very interesting Q&A about the Internet as it impacts media and politics. Don't miss it....

Onward Fred

The Weekly Standard's Stephen F. Hayes explains the latest evolution in Fred Thompson's campaign for the presidency.In a conference call Monday, Thompson addressed a group of more than 100 supporters and fundraisers whom the campaign has dubbed First Day Founders....

How Huckabee Can Win

St. Petersburg Times columnist Adam C. Smith looks at why Mike Huckabee might be the surprise candidate of the GOP presidential field - and why former South Carolina Gov. David Beasley endorsed him.No question Huckabee had the one-liner of the...

Dueling Polls

Power Line spots a Mitt Romney surge - and says Fred Thompson missed his chance to deliver a knockout blow to Romney's campaign by waiting three months to enter the race:The latest Rasmussen poll shows Mitt Romney's support among Republicans...

Fred 2.0

Ken Yarmosh of Technosight surveys the online landscape that Fred Thompson will face as he runs for president, in this thoughtful piece at the American Thinker:The former Senator from Tennessee shares commonalities with President Reagan but will campaign in a...

Fred Begins Raising Funds

Fred Thompson hasn't officially declared he's running for president, but he's begun raising money for a possible race, reports USA Today.In a conference call with about 100 people -- many of whom have urged him to jump in the race...

Rudy A Slam Dunk? Not So Fast...

The Politico has the must-read story of the day, suggesting that social conservatives are increasingly backing a presidential candidate who isn't.Rudy Giuliani, whose positions on abortion and homosexuality mark him as the most socially liberal Republican presidential candidate in more...

Fred, McCain and Immigration

If you've been wondering how the friendship between former Sen. Fred Thompson and Sen. John McCain would affect the presidential race and Thompson's decision to run, I think you can stop wondering. Thursday night in Connecticut, Thompson laid into McCain's...

Fred "Ready to Go For It"

Ryan Sager of the New York Sun attended Fred Thompson's speech to the COnnecticut Republican Party's annual Prescott Bush Dinner and says it looks like "this guy's ready to go for it."If Mr. Thompson had harsh words for his Republican...

Bad News for Romney

Tennessee political news blogger A.C. Kleinheider explains why it is a Big Deal that Tennessee congressman Marsha Blackburn has switched allegiance from Mitt Romney to the undeclared candidate Fred Thompson in the race for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination:This is...

Blackburn Endorses Thompson

U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tennessee, has endorsed Fred Thompson for president, dropping her previous endorsement of former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. The official unofficial Draft Fred Thompson 2008 Committee made the announcement...In another sign of growing Thompson momentum, Congressman Marsha...

Clearing the Stage

ABC News's "Political Radar" blog has some interesting news about Fred Thompson:Former senator Fred Thompson, R-Tenn., has been out office for more than four years now, but he chose this past weekend to close the political action committee he’s had...

"Being Real"

Here's a report from Fred Thompson's speech to the attendees at the convention of the National Restaurant Association in Chicago this past weekend....the crowd of restaurant professionals ate it up, giving Thompson a standing ovation as he entered and another...

Changing the Game

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review editorial page columnist Salena Zito wonders if Fred Thompson's 38-second video reply to Democratic propaganda filmmaker Michael Moore was a watershed for Thompson, for traditional media or for new media. It was all three, actually - and a...

South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford Surveys the GOP Field

South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford isn't running for president, though many conservatives hope he will some day and his endorsement in the 2008 race is coveted both because he's the governor of a key early-primary state and also because he's...

Stealing the Show from Stage Right

Gannett News Service takes a look at Fred Thompson's pre-campaign strategy, and says that, while the "stealth strategy appears to be successful, its usefulness may be reaching an end."Talk directly to conservative voters by making extensive use of blogs, podcasts...

Fred "Not Divisive"

Nashville Scene editor Liz Garrigan digs into the Fred Thompson persona in a special feature published in the Sunday Washington Post - and reveals that it's not an act but essentially the real Fred Thompson.Should Thompson announce, his general-election advantage...

Inside Fred Thompson's Unconventional Campaign

The Weekly Standard's Stephen F. Hayes gives the backstory on Fred Thompson's video response to leftwing propaganda filmmaker Michael Moore, and how it upstaged the May 15 Republican presidential debate.When Thompson and his advisers talk about running a "different kind...

Campaigns Do "Test Marketing" in the Blogosphere

Excellent post today in National Journal's "Technology Daily" today on how political campaigns "are now relying on blogs to 'test market' new messages with small, niche audiences before transforming them into full-release commercials and press releases." Reporting from the Online...

The New Big Three

The latest Harris Interactive poll has Rudy Giuliani in the lead and John McCain tied with the rising Fred Thompson, while Mitt Romney appears to be suffering the most from Thompson's prospective candidacy, losing 6 points since a month ago...

Thompson "Talking About Things Conservatives Actually Talk About"

Peggy Noonan weighs in on Fred Thompson's unCampaign:He is running a great campaign. It's just not a declared campaign. It's a guerrilla campaign whose informality is meant to obscure his intent. It has been going on for months and is...

Thompson Video Beats GOP Debate Clips on YouTube

Examiner.com reports that Fred Thompson's brief online video response to leftwing propaganda filmmaker Michael Moore's debate challenge is drawing far more viewers than any online clips from Tuesday's Republican presidential debate.If you’re Fred Thompson, you’ve got to be encouraged about jumping...

Fred: Fence First!

Fred Thompson comments at RedState on the "compromise" immigration reform bill - which shrinks the border fence and expands the amnesty for illegal immigrants:With this bill, the American people are going to think they are being sold the same bill...

Low Key Fred

National Review Online has the transcript of Fred Thompson's speech Saturday to the members of the Council for National Policy. The speech is being panned in some quarters of the blogosphere, primarily because it wasn't much of a campaign stemwinder,...

Newt Still Mulling Presidential Bid

In an interview Monday with Diane Sawyer on "Good Morning America," former Republican Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich said there was a "great possibility" that he would run for president."You said you'll make a decision at the end of...

Round One Goes to Fred

Former Sen. Fred Thompson has responded to leftwing film propagandist Michael Moore's suggestion that the two of them debate Cuba, health care and such - and done so with humor. Moore challenged Thompson to a debate after Thompson wrote a...

Driving Fred

The Tennessean profiles an East Tennessee Chevy dealer who, it says, "fueled [the] early draft-Fred drive" that has former U.S. Sen. Fred Thompson on the verge of running for president. Not to claim that I did anything to prompt Thompson...

Christian Conservatives to Back Fred?

The Washington Times reports today that "several leading Christian conservatives" say they will support former Sen. Fred Thompson in the race for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination.A prominent Roman Catholic social conservative says the three Republicans who have raised the most...

A McCain Surge?

Is John McCain mounting a comeback on the campaign trail? Bill Bradley, who writes the New West Notes blog for Pajamas Media, thinks so.With a lead in Nevada, a statistical tie in California, and a spirited performance at the first...

A McCain Surge?

Is John McCain mounting a comeback on the campaign trail? Bill Bradley, who writes the New West Notes blog for Pajamas Media, thinks so.With a lead in Nevada, a statistical tie in California, and a spirited performance at the first...

Fred Rules Out VP Slot

Former Tennessee Senator Fred Thompson said he has no interest in running on a Republican ticket as vice president. But on the issue of running for the No. 1 spot, Thompson remained coy. MSNBC reports. "I have no interest in running...

McCain Leads GOP Field in the Blogosphere

If the 2008 presidential election were judged by activity in the blogosphere, the race would currently be a dead heat between John McCain and Barack Obama, reports Chris Wilson at U.S. News' "News Desk" blog, citing data from Blogpulse.com, a...

Draft Fred Committee: Poll Shows Thompson's Support Rising

The Draft Fred Thompson 2008 Committee says the latest USA Today/Gallup poll shows former Sen. Fred Thompson’s "strength and appeal among Republican voters continuing to rise."This poll coincides with the announcement that the Draft Fred Thompson 2008 Committee has received...

Poll Dancing

On the heels of yesterday's CNN/Opinion Research poll that showed former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani's plummeting support comes a new USA Today/Gallup poll today with much better numbers for Giuliani. USA Today/Gallup has him leading John McCain 34-20, with...

CNN Poll a Disaster for Giuliani

Nine months before the first primary, and the two front-runners for the Republican presidential nomination don't even have majority support among Republican likely voters if you added their support together. And the third alleged member of what the media portrays...

Government at the Brink

In his speech to the Lincoln Club of Orange County, California, Friday night, Fred Thompson mentioned a lengthy report on government waste due to mismanagement that he, as chairman of the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee, authored in 2001 entitled Government...

Thompson Profile, Part 2

The Tennessean has published part two of its three-part profile of former U.S. Sen. Fred Thompson of Tennessee, focusing on Thompson's years in the U.S. Senate and his experience in Washington D.C. While part one was written by a staffer...

More Reaction to Fred Thompson's Speech

Syndicated conservative columnist Robert Novak calls Fred Thompson's speech to the Lincoln Club of Orange County, California, "a letdown for the packed audience of conservative Republicans." "It was not Reaganesque." "No red meat." "Too low key." That was the preponderant...

Mixed Reaction?

The Christian Science Monitor says the reaction from members of the Lincoln Club of Orange County, California, to Fred Thompson's speech that that group, was "decidedly mixed." The article also asserts - based on comments from one Vanderbilt University political...

WaPo Mischaracterizes Fred Thompson

The Washington Post profiles the politics of Fred Thompson, and asserts that, "the man some in the GOP are touting as a dream candidate has often sounded like the presidential hopeful many of them seem ready to dismiss: Sen. John McCain."...

Thompson Profile, Part 1

The Tennessean newspaper in Nashville has published part one of a three-part series of stories on Fred Thompson. Today's story profiles Thompson's years growing up in sleepy Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, and Thompson's college and law school years and his entry into...

Sounding Reagan's Themes

ABC Radio Networks has published the text of Fred Thompson's speech Saturday night to the Lincoln Club of Orange County, California. Also, there's video of the speech available now on YouTube. Links below.The Associated Press says Thompson spoke for about...

"The Man has Got to Fit the Times"

Breitbart.tv interviews Fred Thompson, who comments on the first Republican presidential debate, whether or not he has "the fire in the belly" to run for president, and much, much more. When you watch the interview you see a man confident...

Poll: Rudy Tied with Hillary

Even though Rudy Giuliani is losing ground among Republicans, the former mayor of New York is tied with Democrat Hillary Clinton at 45 percent in the race for the White House, according to the Rasmussen Poll:In the race for the...

Meet Fred's Campaign Team

Hotline previews Fred Thompson's growing presidential campaign team:Ex-Sen. Fred Thompson, who attends his first official political event in Orange County, CA tonight, has authorized a cadre of top Republican operatives to prepare a presidential campaign on his behalf. Republicans said...

Demonizing Fred

Is the Left going to try to demonize Fred Thompson over a role he played on a television show? This story in the Los Angeles Times suggests the answer is yes (with the LAT leading the charge, of course).Ronald Reagan...

The Daily Fred, May 4, 2007

Today's edition of The Daily Fred. starts with an Associated Press story out today that examines how Thompson is making good use of the Internet to build buzz for his likely presidential run.Thompson's online activity helps create a buzz about...

Winners and Losers

MSNBC.com has the video of Thursday night's Republican presidential debate at the Reagan Library. Who won? I think that's in the eye of the beholder, and depends on how you defining winning. For my money, among the "Big Three" candidates -...

The Advantage of the UnCampaign

In a presidential campaign cycle that started way too early, the advantges of being an undeclared-yet-plainly-interesting noncandidate are becoming more obvious every day. John Fund, writing at OpinionJournal.com, looks at the noncandidate candidates and "the art of not running for...

McCain Falling

Rudy Giuliani still leads the race for the GOP nomination but now enjoys support from only 30 percent of "likely voters," in the latest Rasmussen poll (PDF file). That's down seven points from seven weeks ago. But that's only half of...

"Why Aren't the Republicans Doomed?"

New York Sun political writer Ryan Sager examines why the Republicans aren't doomed to lose the 2008 presidential race, despite President Bush's dismal poll numbers and the unpopular war in Iraq. The short answer, as provided by Pew's Andrew Kohut,...

Debating Rudy

Ten Republican presidential candidates have been invited to participate in a nationally televised debate in Columbia, S.C., in mid-May. They are: U.S. senators John McCain of Arizona and Sam Brownback of Kansas; U.S. representatives Duncan Hunter of California, Ron Paul...

"He Started To Connect With People."

Longtime Tennessee journalist and political commentator Frank Cagle profiles Fred Thompson for Knoxville's Metro Pulse weekly. Don't miss it. Here are a few parts of it:The myth has arisen that Thompson has never had a hard political race. At the...

Tackling Michael Moore

Fred Thompson tackles Hollywood mythumentarian Michael Moore in Thompson's latest commentary for ABC Radio. Moore is working on a new "documentary" asserting that Cuba has a better healthcare system than the U.S. In "The Myth of Cuban Health Care," Thompson...

Fred Thompson Tackles Harry Reid

Here's the video of Fred Thompson on Fox News' Hannity & Colmes show Monday night. And here's the transcript. The section where Thompson discusses Harry Reid and the war in Iraq is below:HANNITY: The biggest battle we have is this war...

What Happened To Giuliani's Momentum?

Is the Rudy Giuliani campaign starting to lose momentum? Patrick Hynes, who works for John McCain's campaign, passes along a blog post at TownHall.com that mentions a new Cook Poll that shows Giuliani is leading McCain by 7 points.  That's...

The Daily Fred, May 1, 2007

Welcome to the May 1 edition of The Daily Fred. I'm going to be lazy about putting it together and turn it over to GrassRootsvoter.org, a pro-Fred Thompson website aiming gather thousands of grassroots volunteers for the Thompson unCampaign, which...

Make Your Own Fred Thompson Ad

The Draft Fred Thompson 2008 Committee is trying something rather innovative in to boost the non-official unCampaign of Fred Thompson - a call for Fred's supporters to create their own pro-Fred videos, which will be posted on YouTube and featured...

Draft Newt

I haven't mentioned it before but there's a web page dedicated to drafting Newt Gingrich to run for president. It's DraftNewt.org and includes a blog on the home page. Today's entry looks at a recent Evans and Novak email newsletter that looks...

Fred Can't Win?

Oxford Analytica says Fred Thompson can't win the Republican nomination:The talk surrounding a Thompson candidacy is more a sign of Republican discontent with the current slate of candidates than genuine enthusiasm for what he could bring to the race. While...

Fred Thompson Planning Unconventional Campaign

Mike Allen at The Politico reports on the unconventional presidential campaign that former Sen. Fred Thompson is planning.Thompson, his wife and advisers in Washington and Tennessee also are drawing up plans for a new style of campaign that would rely heavily...

Casting Call: The Daily Fred, April 30, 2007

Today's edition of The Daily Fred begins in London, England, where the London Sunday Telegraph reports that some of the closest allies for former President Ronald Reagan "are throwing their weight behind the White House bid by the late president's fellow actor, Fred...

Fred Thompson's Big in Texas

Fred Thompson is in second place in Texas, and he hasn't even declared yet that he's a candidate for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination. A press release from the official non-official Draft Fred organization tells the tale:The Draft Fred Thompson...

The Daily Fred, April 26, 2007

With apologies for an unplanned but largely unavoidable absence from ElephantBiz.com for two days, I'm back with the first new edition of The Daily Fred in nearly a week. Perhaps I should rename it "The Nearly Daily Fred."We'll start with...

Is Fred Thompson Pro-Life?

A video of Fred Thompson answering a question about abortion policy during a televised debate during his 1992 Senate campaign has surfaced on YouTube and is being portrayed as proof that Thompson once was "pro-choice" on abortion, but those who...

Federalist Fred

Fred Thompson defends federalism in a RedState.com response to Ramesh Ponnuru's recent attack on Thompson's Senate votes on tort reform. The winner here is Thompson, by a landslide. Fred voted the right way - the conservative way. Thompson writes:Republicans have...

The Daily Fred, April 20, 2007

In light of the recent tragic events at Virginia Tech, today's edition of The Daily Fred begins with the writing of Fred Thompson himself on the issue of gun control. While it would be more "politically correct" and liberal-media-friendly to talk about...

The Cancer Question

The Washington Post downplayed it in its story yesterday about the latest WaPo/ABC News poll regarding the presidential campaign, but the pollsters got some interesting data when they asked a few questions about presidential candidates and cancer....

Rudy Down as Fred Rises

"The latest Washington Post/ABC News poll shows that Rudy Giuliani has started coming back to the pack after a surprisingly successful first quarter. John McCain has managed to hold his ground, and Fred Thompson appears to be the beneficiary of...

The Big Four

PoliticalDerby.com is out with its latest power rankings for the 2008 Republican and Democratic presidential horse race. It's Rudy Giuliani in the lead followed by Mitt Romney, John McCain and Fred Thompson.Here's a bit of what PoliticalDerby.com had to say...

Fred Lands a Big One

There was a rather interesting tidbit tucked at the end of the Washington Times story today on Fred Thompson's visit to Capital Hill yesterday:"If Fred Thompson enters the race, he will be the odds-on favorite to become the nominee," said Mr....

The Daily Fred, April 19, 2007

Yesterday was a big day in the Fred Thompson presidential campaign, as the former Tennessee senator visited with more than five dozen Republican members of Congress in preparation for what now seems an inevitable announcement of his candidacy. Today's edition...

"All of them came away convinced ... that he is in the race"

The Daily Fred will return Thursday, April 19, but in the meantime here's some big Fred Thompson news. Thompson had a closed door meeting with 63 House Republicans Wednesday. RedState reports that "while not all of those 63 came away...

The Daily Fred, April 17, 2007

The Daily Fred for Tuesday, April 17, 2007, starts with an article in CQ Weekly looking at Fred Thompson's free-media edge as a non-official candidate for president.Sure, the Beltway insiders rooting for a Thompson bid are fretting about his non-existent...

The Daily Fred, April 16, 2007

It's Monday, April 16, the deadline for Americans to file their 2006 federal income tax returns, so today's edition of The Daily Fred starts off with a link to and excerpt from Fred Thompson's excellent op-ed at OpinionJournal.com Saturday, in...

Ignoring the Elephant in the On-Deck Circle

The AP says "a flurry of money and polling upended the Republican presidential field during the first three months of the year."A little known former governor is now the GOP's leading fundraiser. The party's presumed front-runner is fighting to stay...

Yeah, He's Running

Fred Thompson makes a play for the fiscal conservatives with an op-ed at the Wall Street Journal's OpinionJournal.com. Thompson writes:The results of the experiment that began when Congress passed a series of tax-rate cuts in 2001 and 2003 are in....

Burn Rate

Mitt Romney, whose presidential campaign leads the Republican primary field in fund-raising, spent nearly 60 percent of the $20.7 million he raised in the first quarter, setting a breakneck pace for the start of the 2008 race, the New York...

A McCain Surge?

The Weekly Standard's Fred Barnes says John McCain's future as a presidential candidate "looks brighter than it has in months." Senator John McCain's speech last week on winning in Iraq earned high marks, at least from conservatives. One result was an...

Definitive Fred; Different Fred

ElephantBiz readers may be wondering what happened to yesterday's installment of The Daily Fred. The answer: I was very busy. It will return Monday. Consider this post a partial replacement:Stephen F. Hayes of The Weekly Standard spent four hours with...

The Daily Fred, April 12, 2007

It's Thursday, April 12, and that means it is time for the newest installment of The Daily Fred, a daily roundup of news and blog coverage of the potential presidential candidacy of Fred Thompson. Yesterday's Daily Fred was seconds before...

McCain Slips to Third in Latest Bloomberg Poll as Fred Rises; Huckabee Happy Too

Bad news for John McCain and Mitt Romney, but good news for Fred Thompson and Mike Huckabee in the latest Bloomberg/LA TImes poll. Here's the horserace numbers for the Republican quest for the 2008 presidential nomination:Rudy Giuliani: 29%Fred Thompson: 15%John...

Breaking: Fred Thompson Has Treatable Illness

A number of media outlets are reporting that possible presidential candidate Fred Thompson has a treatable form of lymphoma. you can read more at Hot Air, Fox News, USA Today and Newsmax. Thompson's statement:"I have had no illness from it, or even any...

The Daily Fred, April 11, 2007

Good morning and welcome to the Wednesday, April 11, edition of The Daily Fred. We begin today's roundup of news and blog coverage of the Fred Thompson campaign train with a look at how - and why - it is...

Reshuffling Things At the Top

Mike Allen at The Politico reports that "surprising fundraising totals, combined with a couple of notable gaffes last week, have reshuffled the presidential field and prompted top-tier candidates in both parties to make at least minor -- and in some...

Education Policy Advisers View the GOP Field

Education Week reports that "Republican education policy advisers and advocates are divided over where Congress and the next presidential administration should take federal K-12 policy" in the coming years, and that it is "unclear how that debate will play out...

Hug the War

Apparently it was "tough-minded foreign policy theme week" on the Republican presidential trail this week. First came John McCain's op-ed in the Satuday Washington Post, "The War You're Not Reading About," calling for "bipartisan support for giving the new strategy time...

The Daily Fred, April 10, 2007

The Chattanooga Free Press endorses Fred Thompson for president, even though he isn't running yet (officially, wink wink). That's the lead item in The Daily Fred for today, April 10. The Free Press editorialists are attracted to Thompson because of...

The Daily Fred, April 9, 2007

Welcome to the April 9, 2007 edition of The Daily Fred, your Monday-Friday roundup of the latest and most interesting news and blog articles about former U.S. Sen. Fred Thompson of Tennessee, who continues to show increasing signs that he's going...

The Pirates of Tehran

Fred Thompson is running for president, and he's doing it in a very unconventional way. After three weeks of hard-hitting conservative commentaries as a guest host on the Paul Harvey radio show, Thompson has now entered the political blogosphere with a...

The Book of Fred

The nature of Fred Thompson's religious faith continues to be a topic of some discussion in the news and the blogosphere. A.C. Kleinheider writes:It consistently amazes me how concerned with a politician's religious faith some conservatives can be. It is...

The Daily Fred, April 6, 2007

Welcome to the April 6, 2007 edition of The Daily Fred, your Monday-Friday roundup of the latest and most interesting news and blog articles about former U.S. Sen. Fred Thompson of Tennessee and his potential presidential run that has the Republican...

Huckabee's Hard Road Ahead

Arkansas political columnist John Brummett considers the first-quarter fundraising totals for the various candidates for the Republican and Democratic presidential nominations, including former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee in his latest column for the Arkansas News Bureau. Brummett implies he doesn't...

"This is the closest thing to a genuine draft I have seen since I have been in politics."

NBC's Chris Matthews discusses the possibility of former Tennessee Sen. Fred Thompson running for president with Lynn Sweet of the Chicago Sun-Times, during the Monday edition of Hardball:MATTHEWS:  Lynn, let‘s talk for a minute - because I want to talk...

McCain the Anachronism

Reporter Steven Stark at Boston's alt-weekly The Phoenix says John McCain's campaign is stumbling because McCain is a political anachronism.The biggest story of the campaign so far has been the semi-collapse of John McCain. Long expected to be the GOP...

The Daily Fred, April 5, 2007

After an unanticipated but unavoidable break yesterday here at ElephantBiz.com, The Daily Fred is back for today, Thursday, April 5, with another (almost) daily round-up of news, commentary and the best blog postings about former U.S. Sen. Fred Thompson and his possible presidential...

Fred Rising

A new Rasmussen Reports poll shows Fred Thompson’s poll numbers continuing to climb. The poll, released this morning, has former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani at 26 percent, down 9 points from last week's survey, which didn't include Thompson.Arizona Sen....

Money Isn't Everything

David Brody, the Capital Hill correspondent for Pat Robertson's Christian Broadcasting Network, thinks Mitt Romney is winning the race for the GOP nomination.Mitt Romney made a statement. 23 million campaign bucks is extremely impressive. He's up there in Hillary Clinton...

The Daily Fred, April 3, 2007

Good morning! It's Tuesday, April 3, and this is The Daily Fred, your daily round-up of of news, commentary and blog postings about former U.S. Sen. Fred Thompson and his possible presidential candidacy that is generating so much buzz around the blogosphere and...

Thompson on YouTube

More Fred Thompson video is popping up on YouTube. While still serving as a U.S. Senator from Tennessee, Thompson was awarded the Florida Repubican Party's Stateman of the Year Award in 1998. Below is the video introduction from that ceremony....

Why the GOP's Best Fund-Raiser Dumped McCain

Nashville TV news station WKRN talks to the king of Republican fund-raisers, Nashville businessman Ted Welch, about why he's raising money for former Mitt Romney's presidential campaign instead of John McCain - and why he won't jump to support Fred...

Fred Thompson Wins Another Straw Poll

Fred Thompson is the clear winner of the latest edition of the online "straw poll" at GOP STraw Polls. With more than 9,300 votes cast, Thompson was leading Rudy Giuliani 38 percent to 16 percent, with Mitt Romney in third...

Focus on The Family Says Media Got It Wrong

Focus on The Family says the media got it wrong and misconstrued Dr. James Dobson's comments about Fred Thompson's religious faith. Here's the text of an email that Focus sent to a reader in response to an email they sent...

The Daily Fred, April 2, 2007

It's Monday, April 2, a new week in a new month - and a new edition of The Daily Fred, a regular round-up of news and blog coverage and commentary about Fred Thompson, the former U.S. Senator from Tennessee whose...

Careful Rudy, You Haven't Won Yet

Dean Barnett says Rudy Giuliani made a mistake by telling America, via a Barbara Walters interview, that his wife (Judith Nathan Giuliani, a/k/a/ "Number Three") would take part in cabinet meetings if he is elected president. Writes Barnett......

Fred Thompson on Faith and September 11

Five days after the 9/11 attack, Fred Thompson spoke at a Nashville church. Prompted by recent questions about Thompson's faith, a reader sent me the link to the YouTube video. Here it is. Also, for your reading pleasure today, The...

Fred Thompson's Church Roots

When Focus on the Family leader James Dobson questioned whether Fred Thompson was a Christian, a Thompson spokesman responded that Thompson had been baptized in the Church of Christ. That seemed to settle it for most people, but not for...

The Daily Fred, March 30, 2007

It's Friday, March 30, and the Fred Thompson train continues to roll, so here is today's edition of The Daily Fred filled with links to the latest related news and blog coverage and commentary about Thompson. Today we start in Nashville with...

Big Texas Support For Fred

The Draft Fred Thompson 2008 Committee announced that its campaign to draft former Sen. Fred Thompson into the presidential race "received a big boost today when it was joined by three prominent statewide officials in Texas." Texas Land Commissioner Jerry...

A Different View of the Dobson-Thompson Incident

Reuben Watkins of the pro-Fred Thompson website GrassrootsVoter.com, says don't believe the official media version of what Focus on the Family founder James Dobson said about Thompson. Watkins emailed the following today to the thousands of people who have signed up at...

The Daily Fred, March 29, 2007

Here's your Daily Fred for Thursday, March 29, chock full of links to news and blog coverage and commentary about possible presidential candidate Fred Thompson. Today's Daily Fred starts with the Lawrence Journal-World in Lawrence, Kansas, asking, Could a Fred Thompson campaign deliver...

The Daily Fred, March 28, 2007

It's Wednesday, March 28, time for another edition of The Daily Fred, your daily roundup of news and bloggage about Fred Thompson. Today's Daily Fred starts with Washington Post columnist Mary Ann Akers, who is keeping track of where Fred has...

Thompson Predicts He'll Win The Iowa Caucus

A Republican named Thompson running for president says he'll win the Iowa Caucus next year, and become a "front-runner" in the presidential race. But, wait, you say, Fred Thompson hasn't even said if he's running, and yet he's predicting victory?No,...

Thompson Crushing Giuliani, Rest of Field, GOP Bloggers Say

Undeclared presidential candidate Fred Thompson is the current front-runner in Hotline's GOP Bloggers Straw Poll.The Blogometer is starting to notice a pattern here: a new name is mentioned, bloggers fall in love, compromising facts are revealed, and a new name...

Florida Governor Declines to Endorse McCain

Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, who is being heavily courted by Republican presidential candidates, warmly praised GOP hopeful John McCain Tuesday, but stopped short of an endorsement, reports the Associated Press from Tallahassee....

The Daily Fred, March 27, 2007

The Daily Fred for Tuesday, March 27, 2007, starts with Gallup pollster Frank Newport, who says new polling shows Fred Thompson's potential candidacy is already cutting into the support for Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney.Newport, editor-in-chief of the Gallup Poll,...

Romney Receding?

Ryan Sager at the New York Sun rounds up some bad news for Mitt Romney.It has not been a good couple of days for the Romney campaign. The former senator from Tennessee, Fred Thompson, who isn't even running, overtakes Mr....

A Beltway Horse?

In a recent editon of The Daily Fred, I noted a blog post by influential radio talker/blogger Hugh Hewitt mentioning the Fred Thompson buzz, and remarked that Hewitt, who is flogging a new pro-Mitt Romney book, hadn't had much to say...

Can a Late-Entry Win the Nomination?

Washington Post op-ed columnist Fred Hiatt examines whether, with the front-loaded primary schedule and the need to raise huge sums of money, a late entrant into the presidential race can win the Republican or Democratic nomination.The pros say it can't...

"Independent" Blog Has Ties to Romney Campaign?

The American Spectator digs into Evangelicals for Mitt and says the "grassroots" blog actually is deeply connected to the Mitt Romney campaign.Evangelicals for Mitt appears to be the result of the early efforts of Mark DeMoss, who operates a public relations company...

The Daily Fred, March 26, 2007

Your Daily Fred roundup of Fred Thompson news and blog coverage for Monday, March 26, begins with Paul Mirengoff at the large and influential Power Line, a Mitt Romney fan who says, "right now Thompson appears more electable than Romney." Mirengoff, an...

Assessing Fred's Chances

Conservative radio talk host, author and blogger Hugh Hewitt has lately been hawking his new book, A Mormon in the White House? 10 Things Every American Should Know about Mitt Romney, which lays out the case for Romney being elected...

Fear Not, Unless Ye Be Democrats

Townhall.com columnist Mark Alexander says Democrats fear a Fred Thompson candidacy - and should. Alexander, editor of The Patriot Post, a conservative "e-journal," writes:While there are conservative candidates for the GOP nomination, any of whom could deservedly win the Republican...

Report: Fred Thompson's Wife Urges Candidacy

A Fred Thompson presidential run is looking more and more likely, says DC columnist and political insider Robert D. Novak:Close friends of Fred Thompson say his wife Jeri is urging him to take the plunge later this year and run...

The Daily Fred, March 23, 2007

The Daily Fred for Friday, March 23, 2007, starts with Kelvin Moxley, who served as Fred Thompson's policy analyst during Thompson's eight years in the Senate and now co-hosts a Knoxville radio show, who was invited by Knoxville News Sentinel blogger...

The Daily Fred, March 22, 2007

Your Daily Fred for Thursday, March 22, 2007, starts with a link to the audio of Fred Thompson's appearance on the Laura Ingram radio show yesterday, 14 minutes that have a lot of Republicans even more fired up than they...

Just an Actor?

Tennessee Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey - the first Republican lieutenant governor in Tennessee since 1867 - has joined the Draft Fred Thompson 2008 as a "founding member" of the committee, the organization founded by U.S. Rep. John J. Duncan, Jr....

The Daily Fred, March 21, 2007

To kick off The Daily Fred for Wednesday, March 21, let's hear from Fred Thompson himself on the subject of illegal immigration. In his March 20 radio commentary for the Paul Harvey Show, Thompson stakes out a sensibly tough position...

Wanted: A Conservative-Enough Candidate Who Can Win In November

Influential conservative activist Richard Viguerie is urging conservative Republicans to hold off on selecting a candidate to support for the Republican presidential nomination.As Joseph Curl reported in the Tuesday Washington Times:Some conservatives searching for a new Ronald Reagan are rejecting "Rudy...

The Daily Fred, March 20, 2007

The Daily Fred for Tuesday, March 20, 2007, starts with Peter A. Brown of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute, who writes that, "on paper," Thompson has a good shot to win the Republican presidential nomination and even the general election.He could...

Dumped

As expected, Republican Tennessee Congressman Jimmy Duncan has jumped ship from the Mitt Romney campaign and is now backing former Tennessee Sen. Fred Thompson for president - even though Thompson hasn't even said if he's going to run. Here's the...

The Daily Fred, March 19, 2007

It's Monday, so it's time for another edition of The Daily Fred, a round-up of news and blog coverage of the possible presidential candidacy of former Tennessee Sen. Fred Thompson. We start with John Fund's excellent and lengthy political profile of...

Thompson Eyes Internet For Big Campaign Role

Former Tennessee Sen. Al Gore may have invented the Internet, but it is the Republican who took his place in the United States Senate who apparently is considering harnessing the 'Net to run a very different kind of presidential campaign....

Romney Aiming To Catch Rivals in the Money Primary

He's often described as one of the "front-runners" in the race for the Republican presidential nomination, but the truth is that former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has yet to really earn the title. He trails both Rudy Giuliani and John...

Gingrich May Enter Race Sooner as Thompson Transformation of GOP Race Moves Ahead

Just as I predicted in a March 12 post titled The Surge that Will Transform the Republican Presidential Race, the possible candidacy of former Sen. Fred Thompson is forcing former House Speaker Newt Gingrich to speed up his own plans...

McCain, Giuliani, Virtually Tied In New Hampshire as Romney Moves Up

The latest Franklin Pierce College/WBZ-TV poll in New Hampshire finds that former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Arizona Sen. John McCain are virtually tied for first place, at 29 percent and 28 percent respectively, while former Massachusetts Gov....

Ten For Thompson

U.S. Rep. Zach Wamp of Tennessee lists 10 reasons why Fred Thompson should be president. Wamp says he spent about an hour last week asking his Republican colleagues in the U.S. House of Representatives what they thought about the possibility...

California Scrambles the Egg

California has gone and done it - moved their 2008 presidential primary to Feb. 5, "setting the stage for a potentially decisive one-day, mega-primary across the country," says the AP. Previously, California held its presidential primary in June. What does this...

Is Fred Thompson a Conservative?

Is Fred Thompson a conservative? Human Events' John Gizzi put that question to Tom Griscom, publisher of the Chattanooga Times-Free Press and a longtime friend of Thompson.When I asked him whether Thompson is a conservative, Griscom told me: “Look, a...

The Daily Fred, March 16, 2007

This is the March 16 edition of The Daily Fred, with links to the best recent Fred Thompson news and blog coverage and commentary... ...The Nashville City Paper reports a strong endorsement for Fred Thompson's possible presidential candidacy from most of...

The Daily Fred: March 15, 2007

Welcome to the March 15 edition of The Daily Fred, a festival of Fred Thompson news and blog coverage and commentary that starts right now... ...New York political consultant and blogger Karol Sheinin says that when it comes to the eventual...

Announcing: The Daily Fred

ElephantBiz.com, a blog about the business of conservative/Republican politics, announces the creation of The Daily Fred, a darn-near-daily roundup of news and commentary from the MSM and the blogosphere about former Sen. Fred Thompson and his possible presidential bid.ElephantBiz.com is...

Fred Fires Volley At "Washington Scandal Machine"

Fred Dalton Thompson weighed in on the "scandal" over the eight U.S. attorneys fired by the Bush Justice Department during his guest-host stint on Paul Harvey News & Comment radio show Wednesday. It's a non-scandal, actually, but that won't stop...

Festival of Fred

The possibility of former Tennessee Sen. Fred Thompson running for president has sparked an avalanche of interest, coverage and commentary in the media and blogosphere and ElephantBiz will try to bring you a good sampling of such most days from...

Tom Tancredo Channels Cheap Trick

Just like the singer of the old Cheap Trick song I Want You To Want Me, Colorado Congressman Tom Tancredo wants to be president - but only if you really really want him to be. I want you to want...

Bumps Ahead For Fred?

I've been reading as much blog and media coverage of former Sen. Fred Thompson and his possible presidential candidacy as I can and, so far, I've spotted three of what you might consider big "issue" problems facing him if he...

Quoting Casey Stengel

Rand Simberg highlights a quote from the Fred Thompson archives in which Sen. Thompson discusses the incompetence of government, and one of its causes.A big part of the problem is our outmoded civil-service system that makes it too hard to hire...

An Iowa Blogger Considers Fred Thompson

Iowa blogger Krusty Konservative konsiders the possibility of Fred Thompson running for president, and likes it.The only other kandidate in the race with a larger than life persona is Rudy Giuliani. I’m part of the minority who thinks Rudy will...

Romney Supporter: Run, Fred, Run!

"Unequivocal Mitt Romney supporter" Dean Barnett, writing at Hugh Hewitt's blog, says he wants Fred Thompson to run for president. Now, why would a strong supporter of the former Massachusetts governor's presidential ambitions want Thompson to run? I'll let Barnett...

Whose Hopping On the Law & Order Express?

Jonathan Martin, blogging at The Politico, has some further thoughts about endorsements in the presidential campaign.And then there is this, from the Knoxville News-Sentinel, the journalistic home of the Draft Thompson movement.  Rep. Jimmy Duncan, Romney's golden get in Vols Country, says...

That's What Commitment Means

One of former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's early coups in his quest for the White House was signing up one of the most successful fund-raisers the Republican Party has ever had - Nashville businessman Ted Welch - a relationship that...

Someone to Vote For

The American Spectator's Prowler blog looks at the prospect of a Fred Thompson presidential candidacy:"Anyone who doubts that Fred isn't the real deal needs to look at his performance on Sunday and rethink things," says a senior Republican National Committee...

Door Open For Fred Thompson as McCain Campaign Falters

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani now has a double-digit lead over Arizona Sen. John McCain, leading the once media-dubbed "front-runner" 34 percent to 18 percent according to the latest CNN/Opinion Research poll.Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and former...

Fred Fallout

Lots of interesting reaction and commentary in the media and blogosphere to Fred Thompson's announcement Sunday that he is giving serious consideration to running for president. The Nashville City Paper interviews a couple of national political pundits who don't think...

Why the Left Fears Thompson

Leftwing bloggers aren't writing much about Fred Thompson yet, but do not be mislead by their silence: the Left fears a Fred Thompson candidacy. To explain why, I'll point you to the words of a young liberal voter writing for...

The Surge that Will Transform the Republican Presidential Race

The Hill's Brent Budosky says "the major media is missing the full magnitude of the grassroots Republican surge that will soon transform the 2008 field," and says that transformation is the coming surge of support for Fred Thompson for president....

A "Consensus Conservative"

ThePolitico.com considers the possible Fred Thompson presidential candidacy:Friends who are already mapping out his pitch say Thompson, 64, is likely to assess his chances around the beginning of May. Thompson will have access to a sizable conservative audience in coming weeks...

Frist Encourages Thompson Candidacy

Former U.S. Sen. Bill Frist is encouraging Fred Thompson to run for president. On his blog, the former Senate Majority Leader from Tennessee encourages his fellow former Tennessee senator to run, saying Thompson "understands the legislative process and has a strong bipartisan appeal, though...

Fred Thompson, China and Ted Turner

During his appearance yesterday on Fox News, former U.S. Sen. Fred Thompson mentioned that, since leaving the Senate, he has stayed active in public policy work, including serving on the "China Commission." What is that? Neither Fox News nor the...

Fred Makes Folks Sit Up and Take Notice

After the story bounced around the blogs for days, Nashville's The Tennessean newspaper is all over the Fred Thompson story this morning following Thompson's confirmation on Fox News Sunday that the former U.S. Senator from Tennessee considering running for president....

Fred's Voting Record

The "conservative dad" who blogs at Red State Kids likes Fred Thompson's Senate voting record. He tallies up the votes and summarizes that Thompson "strongly opposes" abortion and same sex marriages; "strongly favors" school choice vouchersm gun rughts, and increased...

The Right Said: FRED!

Free Republic polled its very conservative readers and found that Fred Thompson would easily defeat Rudy Giuliani in a primary involving only those two candidates. Of course, that's not the actual GOP field. Still, Giuliani's current high poll numbers are...

Firing Up Fred

A Fred Thompson presidential bid is looking more and more likely, says The Hill, reporting that former Senate Majority Leader Howard Baker of Tennessee "is contacting powerbrokers in the Republican Party to build support for a 2008 presidential campaign by...

Fred Watch

The Fred Thompson buzz is booming, and the latest to weigh in is Jonathan Martin at The Politico, who writes that he is "more than a little skeptical of Thompson actually running, but one well-connected Tennessee Republican said the Senate...

Fred Rising

Michael Silence, a reporter and blogger for the Knoxville News Sentinel, has the latest from the Fred Thompson rumor mill. Several items and links on his list - here's one that really intrigued me:Amid rumors that Senator Fred Thompson might make...

Fred's Name Keeps Popping Up

John Fund, writing at OpinionJournal.com, says no Republican candidate has sealed the deal with conservatives. Writing from the Conservative Political Action Conference, Fund says undeclared potential candidate Newt Gingrich "gave the most inspiring speech," while Mitt Romney narrowly won the...

McCain, Obama, Agree to Socialist View of Campaign Finance

Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain pledged to accept public financing of the 2008 presidential election if they win the nominations of their parties and their opponents agree to do the same, reports Bloomberg news service. Their announcements came...

What If The Right Said Fred?

The speculation about former Tennessee Sen. Fred Thompson running for president that was mentioned in the original post at this link has been superceded by actual events, reported and commented on in many subsequent blog posts. I'm posting a list...

Franken, Stein and More

With comedian Al Franken set to run for the U.S. Senate from Minnesota, Blogcritics takes a bipartisan look at other Hollywood celebs - along with sports stars - who have served in Congress. It's a rather bipartisan and eclectic group of...

Running on Radio?

Former Tennessee Sen. Fred Thompson, a lawyer and actor who currently plays District Attorney Arthur Branch on Law & Order, is now doing radio commentary on the Paul Harvey show, which reaches 22 million listeners per week. Thompson's most recent...


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