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Staying Slow, Keeping Steady, and Winning the Race: Mitt Romney’s New Superior Strategy

After a devastating week, Mitt Romney hit the ground running in Tuesday night's debate. Read More »

An Uncivil War: A Republican Rebellion Brews In Alabama

Meet Alabama State Senator Scott Beason, the Republican Party's newest, and perhaps most dire, problem. Read More »

Occupying the New Year: The Power of Populism and the Path to Reason

Can both the Occupy and Tea Party movements teach us something about civility and bipartisanship? Read More »

A Touch of Class: The GOProletarian Revolt Rolls On

In the Republican primaries, a typically leftist event is taking place: class conflict. What can this teach us? Read More »

The True Conservative: A Popular Pipe Dream?

The Republican base wants a "true" conservative this time around. Does such a thing even exist? Read More »

Tea Party: A Koch Industry

Koch Party House members rebelled and the Speakers’ tune changed to another piece of brinkmanship, for which the 112th Congress has become renowned. Read More »

The Gentlewoman from Minnesota: A Salute to Michele Bachmann

Michele Bachmann might be off the rails politically, but she brought much to the table during her problematic campaign. Read More »

On The Paulestinian Frontier: The Upside of Iowa’s Looming Meltdown

Ron Paul is rising in Iowa, but what can the revolution in Libya teach us about him and the GOP? Read More »

Pipeline: What National Interest?

The Republican argument is that the pipeline project would produce jobs and money, maybe. Read More »

Obama’s Rope-a-Dope

What are Republicans in Congress thinking? They do not understand that the president has suckered them into the president’s game. Read More »