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It’s Time to Embrace Partisanship

Bipartisanship and compromise are dead. If we want a more effective Congress, we must embrace partisanship. Read More »

“I Hope Obama Fails” Just Took On a Whole New Meaning

The GOP path back to power comes with a price that I doubt very many of them would want to pay. Read More »

Book Review: Pity The Billionaire: The Hard Times Swindle and the Unlikely Comeback of the Right by Thomas Frank

Just what happened to the United States economy to bring about the Great Recession, and who did it? Read More »

Strama and Keffer – When Bipartisanship Means Selling Out the Taxpayers

Bad legislation doesn't become good just because unprincipled legislators from both sides of the aisle support it. Read More »

The People Deserve Better: Scrap Both Health Care Bills and Start Over

Surely we can spare a few months to sit down some experts, some industry representatives, and even some concerned citizens, and come up with better ideas. Read More »

Bipartisanship is Highly Overrated

President Obama and the Democrats need to master the art of effective partisanship. Read More »