A classic negotiating book offers a counterintuitive approaach to getting the best deal for your side every time.
With the Right denying even the existence of a debt-ceiling drop-dead date, how can anyone expect compromise?
Why is compromise considered a dirty word in modern politics when it is the very definition of politics?
What is it that lies ahead in the future of American politics? Only we know the answer.
Compromise in the name of bipartisanship is no virtue when the other side refuses to play along. No apologies to Barry Goldwater.
First you date guys who do the kinds of things you can never understand, and then you marry one.
It's become a moot point whether universal healthcare is a safety net or a right. All that remains is a compromise.