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A war-weary public is willing to cut the president some slack on diplomatic initiatives. But it's not willing to do so on his domestic priorities.
Reminiscences about JFK overshadowed the 150th anniversary of the speech. That's too bad—it's a message our polarized pols need to hear.
The party's strategists thought the program would show white voters that government programs can help them. It's not going so well.
Democrats keep losing white voters in droves, and Republicans aren't making inroads with minorities.
For a microcosm of the forces destabilizing national politics, it's tough to beat the Rocky Mountain State.
Republicans and Democrats cling to budget stances at odds with the interests of their bases.
Unlike Mark Warner and Tim Kaine before him, Terry McAuliffe is touting a distinctly left-leaning social agenda.