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For almost forty years now, the white South has been moving steadily into the Republican ranks.
Now that the Supreme Court has upheld the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act (BCRA), better known as the McCain-Feingold law, by a 5-to-4 majority, is the need for campaign finance reform over?
To counter Bush, the Democrats must present a different version of a safe world.
The Republican drive represents a power grab unprecedented in scale and timing.
To declare oneself an unapologetic liberal in mainstream political debate these days is to invite abuse.
In a 5-to-4 decision as we went to press, the Supreme Court upheld nearly all the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act's provisions.
In 2002, Republicans on a House Judiciary subcommittee trained their sights on an unlikely target: conservative Judge James Rosenbaum, Chief Judge of the US District Court for the Minnesota Distr
Al Gore endorsed Howard Dean for President for the same reason that so many other Democrats have: He wanted to be where the action is in his party.
If a presidential candidate is truly the Real Deal, does he have to repeatedly pronounce himself the Real Deal?
A new ad questioning the patriotism of Democratic candidates is shameless.