Posts tagged "Election"

The Presidential Election: Obama and Romney's Forgotten Issues

The Presidential Election: Obama and Romney's Forgotten Issues
With less than two weeks to go before the 2012 presidential election, the campaign’s statistics speak for themselves: Three debates Hundreds of speeches Ten of thousands of advertisements Hundreds of millions of dollars of campaign donations Nonstop television coverage Given the tabloidization of American politics and the immense saturation of political media (including this blog)... Read more »

What the Tea Party Gets Right... and Wrong

The midterm election results have validated the Tea Party as a bona fide player in American politics. It’s certainly possible that we are witnessing the Tea Party’s finest hour and that the movement could fade from prominence as the economy recovers. Nevertheless, let’s give credit where credit is due – the Tea Party has already... Read more »

The Tea Party Rocks GOP Primaries

Last week was good for the Tea Party, but a potentially devastating one for the GOP. Two Tea Party candidates emerged victorious in primary races over their more moderate Republican colleges. Carl Paladino edged out Rick Lazio to become New York’s GOP gubernatorial candidate and, more significantly, Christine O’Donnell upset Mike Castle in the race... Read more »
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Joke's on the Tea Party

As Chris Cillizza reported in today’s Washington Post, data from a new Gallup poll suggests Tea Partiers are not the independent-minded, organic movement described by the mainstream media – rather, they are marching in lockstep with the Republican Party.  This might be good news for the GOP in the short term, but Tea Partiers are bound... Read more »