POLITICO’s Mike Allen sheds light on the evolving relationship between the valley and the swamp.
We applaud the effort, though.
What If POLITICO Had Covered the Civil War?
October 28, 2013
Playbook, Emancipation Day Edition
The Pointless Pursuit of “Tax Certainty”
December 12, 2012
Very Important People say America needs more tax certainty, and therefore tax reform. Those people are wrong.
The Liberal Media, in Love With Our Narrative
October 23, 2012
When Mitt Romney won the first debate, it was trumpeted as an epic event; when he lost the next two, not so much. What gives?
Since When Is Swimming in the Sea of Galilee Scandalous?
August 21, 2012
Swimming in the Sea of Galilee is not scandalous or sacrilegious. It's refreshing.
Manufactured Outrage, Religious Edition
April 17, 2012
Well, that didn’t take long. You had to figure it would just be a matter of time before Team Romney alleged anti-Mormon bias by its opponents or the press, and bingo, today we had two separate instances of the charge being raised. And in both instances, it was groundless. There will surely be moments in months ahead when the accusation is merited.
Politico Heart Fox News
February 01, 2012
The scrupulously nonpartisan Politico has been under sustained attack from Fox News for being too left-wing. Today, Politico hits back, hard, with "How Fox News Has Stayed On Top," a fanzine-style puffer by Mike Allen. That'll show 'em! I'm sure there's a strategy at work here. I just can't figure out what it is. As for the Allen story, it's an unalloyed embarrassment--one of the worst things I can ever recall reading by a first-rate journalist.
How Are Dems Winning the Payroll Tax Cut Fight?
December 21, 2011
At first glance, it’s not at all clear that the Democrats should be dominating the PR fight over the payroll tax-cut extension that's stalemated Congress. When the music stopped on the congressional debate, the GOP-controlled House had passed a year-long extension of the tax cut while the Senate had only passed a two-month extension, and the White House had endorsed the latter.