Republicans

Two Roads Diverge
The budget fight will determine the fate of the Republican makeover
February 12, 2013

The Republican Party's reset could fizzle before it even really starts.

Karl Rove's Latest Project Won't Solve the GOP's Problem
February 11, 2013

The Conservative Victory Project could backfire on the Republican Party.

Original Sin
Why the GOP is and will continue to be the party of white people
February 10, 2013

Why the Republicans are, and will continue to be, the party of white people: an historical investigation.

Sequester Scare Tactics
The White House finally surveys the devastation to come
February 08, 2013

The White House finally surveys the devastation of budget cuts. The ball is now in Republicans' court.

Eric Cantor's Bold New Vision for America: No Medical Device Tax
His speech at the American Enterprise Institute was hardly what the press promised
February 05, 2013

His speech at the American Enterprise Institute was hardly what the press promised.

One Man, One Vote, One Republican President
Why Ditching the Electoral College Would Benefit the GOP
January 30, 2013

After 2000, Democrats are the ones who are supposed to hate the electoral college. But abolishing it might actually help the GOP.

John Calhoun is Alive and Well in Virginia
The GOP's desperate attempt to thwart the majority
January 26, 2013

Unable to hold onto a majority rule in American politics, Republicans want the minority to rule—even if it means changing Electoral College rules in swing states.

Why Obama Should Lead From Behind on Gun Control
December 18, 2012

Obama has been ripped before for "leading from behind." But here, it's the right strategy.

How Vulnerable Is John Kerry’s Senate Seat?
November 14, 2012

A Kerry appointment would put a Senate seat up for grabs. Can Democrats retain it?

Democrats Want Pelosi Back for Her Fundraising Prowess
November 13, 2012

Pelosi, powerless? Not on the fundraising circuit, she's not.

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