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Jeb Bush Is Dismissing the GOP Base at His Own Peril

Republican voters aren't looking for reforms. They want to cut the size of government.

A Deeper Understanding of an Enigmatic President

The Stranger offers a deeper understanding of the actions and motivations of an enigmatic president.

The Battle to Boost Opportunity

Concentrated poverty remains a huge barrier to developing the potential of black and Hispanic youth in the United States.

Obama's Challenge: Building a Bridge Over America's Racial Divide

It is now possible to see a future where the GOP is clearly and distinctly a white party, while Democrats are a majority-minority party.

Republicans Should Listen to Their Voters, Not Donors

Don't buy the hype over Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney, and Chris Christie. Voters, not donors, will decide the nomination.

Politicians Can't Ignore Their Opponents' Perspective

Instead of living in denial, both parties need to look closely at the other's viewpoint to see what they need to do to succeed.

Why the Debate About Ferguson Should Go Beyond Aggressive Police Practices

Why the debate ignited by Ferguson should go beyond police use of deadly force. 

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