Tag: election 2012
How Obama is unraveling Reagan Republicanism.
Concerns over declining ‘civility’ in politics distract us from the meaningful disagreements that we need to have.
For those newly in office, the easiest route is that of least resistance.
Is a $4000 airline ticket a vision of Romney’s America?
This year’s presidential campaign is bigger and louder than anything we’ve ever seen before.
Where does the rage in the Republican Party come from?
President Obama’s performance in Tuesday’s debate was a significant improvement.
A guide to the presidential debates you won’t be hearing.
The election’s not over yet, and rumors of Romney’s demise are premature.
The debate on the campaign trail has focused on Obama’s past economic policies, but the real question is what will be done after January.
How are patently false statements permissible in political ads?
Hurricane Isaac may end up reminding voters of the legacy of George W. Bush.
Every campaign is guilty of exaggerations, but Romney’s lies are another thing altogether.
Mitt Romney has charged that the Affordable Care Act will make massive cuts in Medicare. Is he right?
By selecting Paul Ryan as his running mate, Mitt Romney has provided a stark contrast for voters.
Facing the worst economy in at least a generation, both presidential candidates are hamstrung by the machines that would elect them
Mitch McConnell takes the corporations-are-people ethos to a new level. Now, corporations can do more than speak—they can feel.
There is a massive campaign to discredit President Obama in advance of the 2012 election, and thanks to the Citizens United decision, there is no way of telling who’s behind it.
The Romney campaign is getting very close to Donald Trump, but why?
Mitt Romney has spoken highly of the Clinton administration. Is it pandering, or could he really mean it?
There will be a winner in the 2012 election, but it won’t be Obama or Romney.
Health care reform may be repealed if Republicans win in November, but it may not be the only president’s signature legislation that’s in danger.