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Who Broke Washington?

Blame Your Favorite Scapegoat for Dysfunctional Politics

National Journal readers blame Washington dysfunction on pimps, Marxists, and deities. 

Twitter: Trapped Inside the Echo Chamber

The ever-present social network allows like-minded politicians and others to find affirmation--and distort reality. 

Bush Begat the Tea Party; Obama Can't Deal With It

Did the rebellion against big government really begin more than a decade ago?

George W. Bush: He Gave Rise to the Tea Party

The rebellion against big government really began more than a decade ago with a growing sense of betrayal among conservatives over Bush's runaway spending habits.

Barack Obama: A Divider, Not a Uniter

Obama's biggest failing has been his inability to build relationships and make deals on Capitol Hill.

Grover Norquist: Father of the Blood Oath

The antitax crusader gave rise to promises that suspersede party ties and policy needs. But has he become a victim of his own success?

Harry Reid: Starting the Filibuster Fire

Republicans who have used Senate procedure to throttle the president's agenda can thank the majority leader for showing them the way. 

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