The leftist analog to the TP? “In New York, the populist Left takes up its pitchforks against Cuomo”
Exceptionally interesting. In New York, the populist Left takes up its pitchforks against Cuomo | WashingtonExaminer.com.…Read More »
Forget what the little noisy and soon-to-be irrelevant Mark Fisher wing of the Republican Party thinks: Baker’s ahead because he has cross-party appeal including independents.Capuano is giving a signal. Charlie knows where the votes are to be garnered. Take note: Grossman’s votes are NOT going to Coakley easily.…Read More »
More evidence of the split between the D.C. centered U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the grassroots. Congressman Scott Peters, Democrat from San Diego, wins U.S. Chamber of Commerce endorsement over former SD city councilor Carl DeMaio a fiscal moderate who happens to be a gay Republican.…Read More »
They don’t call the GOP the stupid party for nothing Hey Tea Party! How’s that impeachment talk working out for you? Look to history for some wisdom — the wisdom of prudential experience being a conservative value. This strategy is essentially the same one the party followed in 1998. That year, Republicans broke a long historical pattern — in which…Read More »
The big takeaway: Inequality as such should be a complete non-issue. It is utterly meaningless as a measure of anybody’s real-world standard of living or of national prosperity. If real wages for the bottom half of households were growing at an average of 1 percent a year and those for the top half were growing at an average of 1.5…Read More »
The pundits thought that Obama’s disillusioned base of minorities would stay home in 2012. The pundits were wrong underestimating the pull of the Trayvon Martin case. Ferguson is an ace in the hole for the Democrats going into November. What will be the GOP response?
Getting Ferguson Majority to Show Its Clout at Polls