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Hillary Clinton's ability to win the White House in 2016 depends on the president moving to the middle, not playing to his base.
Expect the new GOP majorities in Congress to press forward with a governing agenda, avoiding the intra-party conflicts of years past.
Republicans pick up seats in Democratic-friendly territory, giving the party an opportunity to improve its battered brand.
The White House insists that vulnerable Democrats should have supported him more. That couldn't be further from the truth.
Most of the battleground Senate races are trending in the GOP's direction, while Democrats are playing defense in the House.
Voters are registering record levels of anger at their elected officials. Why that's not good for Senate Democrats—or any politician on the ballot—in November.
The president has a pattern of deflecting blame and denying responsibility. With military action against ISIS underway, that's a dangerous habit.