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What do the Texas Republican Party and the president have in common? Nothing, except their support of an immigrant guest worker program.
The crushing recall loss shows that labor must find better ways to defend itself in the electoral arena.
Progressives must take the fall election seriously, even as they challenge the limits of the debate.
President Obama is to be applauded for questioning Mitt Romney’s legacy, although his motives seem to be as opportunistic as those of Romney’s primary race opponents.
Republicans are turning to tired, failed strategies in an effort to alienate both black and white voters from President Obama.
Ari Berman on Mitt Romney’s bogus job numbers.
Political watchdogs like PolitiFact and the Washington Post's "Fact-Checker" are accused of favoring Democrats—but it is the facts themselves that have a liberal bias.
Why the real victor in Campaign 2012 won’t be Obama or Romney.
A spinoff of the King Street Patriots Texas Tea Party, True the Vote aims to have 1 million poll watchers in place by November.
Mitt Romney is easily influenced and highly malleable when it comes to foreign policy.
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