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Elections 2012: T-Minus 49 Days and the Politics of What Romney Is Saying
Forget about what Romney said. Of course you can’t. He’s been framed...
Elections 2012: Romney Blames ‘Those People’ for What America Has Become
In a candid moment, when he thought no one was watching, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney dismissed nearly half of America as government freeloaders who will never vot...
Elections 2012: Don’t Expect a Political Debate About Poverty
Presidential candidates are keen on talking about “the middle class.” It’s a steady theme from both challenger Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama...
Elections 2012: Why Are Treaty Obligations ‘Discretionary’ Spending?
Nearly every politician, Democrat, Republican or independent, says that treaties made with American Indian tribes are solemn and sacred obligations...
Elections 2012: Deeply Destructive Budget Wasn’t Intended to Be Implemented
Sequester is a funny word. As a noun it means a general cut in government spending. As a verb it means to hide away...
Elections 2012: Have You Heard the One About Montana’s Talking Cows?
Montana is not exactly a blue state...
Elections 2012: Slew of New Data Points to an Obama Lead
There’s a slew of new data. Most of it augurs well for President Barack Obama’s re-election. But let’s start with Republican challenger Mitt Romney’s good news...
Elections 2012: Who is Winning? That Depends Where You Look
It’s easy to dismiss the latest polls as “horserace” reporting. But people do want to know which presidential candidate is ahead. It’s human nature...
Elections 2012: Yes, Indian Country, Your Taxes are About to Go Up
How many times has both presidential candidates promised tax relief? Dozens, hundreds, even thousands of references?...
Elections 2012: A Day of Service and the Swagger of National Security
Today is September 11. It’s a workday for most people, but also a day of national memory...
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