Feb 26, 2012
John Halpin of the Center for American Progress coauthored a study on how President Obama can put together enough electoral votes to win a second term. It won’t be easy, and victory will depend on turnout of the Democratic base.
According to Mike Barnes, a former congressman and now a...
Feb 19, 2012
Historian Charles Postel has studied the value and successes of various political pledges throughout history – against slavery, for prohibition and for woman’s suffrage – but he says the Republicans’ universal pledge to oppose any new tax is different because it is destructive … and forever.
Feb 12, 2012
Andrew Baumann, a Democratic pollster, says more Democratic candidates are embracing the president’s new populism theme, but are not necessarily going to embrace him. He also says watch out for a flip in both houses of Congress … the House returning to Democrats and the Republicans taking...
Feb 5, 2012
Maria Teresa Kumar
Voter ID laws, foreclosures in poorer neighborhoods and increasing immigration enforcement are among the factors that could make it hard for President Obama to match his electoral strength among Hispanics. But Maria Teresa Kumar, head of VotoLatino, says the Republicans don’t have it so easy,...