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Electoral Roller Coaster

If neither party can ease economic woes for voters, both will find it hard to hold on to political power for long.

Will Congress Use Executive Order on Immigration as Excuse for More Gridlock?

I hope President Obama issues his order but delays its effective date until early next year, giving the House one last chance to do something on the issue. 

Brazil Declares War on Potato Chips, Soda, and Chicken Nuggets

Brazilian guidelines mark the first time a developing country has tried to stop a change in consumer behavior before junk food dominates—as it does in America.  

Obama's Agenda Threatens to Divide the Democratic Party

Hillary Clinton's ability to win the White House in 2016 depends on the president moving to the middle, not playing to his base.

Are We Ready for Hillary?

The fact is that Clinton may be more acceptable as a candidate than she was eight years ago because of her additional layer of experience.

The Importance of Running Scared

The midterms confirmed that incumbents should always take an aggressive approach.

Running Into the Wind

Democrats' chances of strengthening their hand in Congress and holding the White House in 2016 could hinge on Obama. 

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Electoral Roller Coaster

If neither party can ease economic woes for voters, both will find it hard to hold on to political power for long.

Will Congress Use Executive Order on Immigration as Excuse for More Gridlock?

I hope President Obama issues his order but delays its effective date until early next year, giving the House one last chance to do something on the issue. 

Brazil Declares War on Potato Chips, Soda, and Chicken Nuggets

Brazilian guidelines mark the first time a developing country has tried to stop a change in consumer behavior before junk food dominates—as it does in America.  

Obama's Agenda Threatens to Divide the Democratic Party

Hillary Clinton's ability to win the White House in 2016 depends on the president moving to the middle, not playing to his base.

Are We Ready for Hillary?

The fact is that Clinton may be more acceptable as a candidate than she was eight years ago because of her additional layer of experience.

The Importance of Running Scared

The midterms confirmed that incumbents should always take an aggressive approach.

Running Into the Wind

Democrats' chances of strengthening their hand in Congress and holding the White House in 2016 could hinge on Obama. 

Show More