Franklin Roosevelt

Obama Is Still a Terrible Salesman for Obamacare

It's time for a presidential moment

We need a serious and sustained presidential conversation with the country about the new health care reform laws—or progressives risk losing ownership of this once-in-a-generation liberal reform.

READ MORE >>

Presidents use their inaugural addresses as an opportunity to talk about the future.

READ MORE >>

In negotiations over the fiscal cliff and the filibuster, Democrats revert to their natural state: wimpy.

READ MORE >>

The case for re-electing Obama--and feeling good about it.

READ MORE >>

What's next for Navy's SEAL Team Six?

READ MORE >>

In his 60 Minutes interview, Romney proves he’s a bigger redistributionist than Obama.

READ MORE >>

Barack Obama may be a redistributionist, but he has yet to redistribute any money.

READ MORE >>

Closing the God Gap

The Democrats can close the God Gap tonight. Here's how.

READ MORE >>

If Obama wins in November, we will have the first run of three consecutive presidents who've won re-election since the early 1800s.

READ MORE >>

The Supreme Court’s decision in the health care case is best understood as an attempt to maximize damage to established legal precedent while minimizing damage to the particular law under consideration. On the one hand, Chief Justice John Roberts wanted to maintain the Supreme Court as a playpen for anti-government sophistry. On the other, Roberts wanted to avoid getting pilloried as a right-wing extremist who doesn’t care whether people get health insurance or not.

READ MORE >>

Pages

SHARE HIGHLIGHT

0 CHARACTERS SELECTED

TWEET THIS

POST TO TUMBLR