Obama's transition is the earliest, biggest, fastest, best organized and most efficient on record. But has the media failed to see the larger architecture of this moment, and what it portends for the presidency to come?
Dissenting views on Iraq and Afghanistan will have to come not from the hawkish national security team, but from outside Washington, and from Obama himself.
As he drives his team of retreads, the challenge for Obama is to remain the agent of change who electrified the nation.
If original thinking doesn't find a home among the Obama administration's Clinton-era Brainiacs, how can we move beyond the bailout state?
On Day One, Congress must present Obama with a bold stimulus plan focused on putting people to work, rebuilding infrastructure and expanding the productive capacity of the economy.
Taking on the Pentagon, with its mega-budget and its mega-power, may be the hardest task Barack Obama faces.
How millions of Obama volunteers can go to work for a progressive agenda.
Obama's too smart to allow the ideas of the past to define his presidency. Yet Timothy Geithner is an architect and enabler of the unfolding crisis.
Jeremy Scahill on President-elect Obama's questionable foreign policy team. Plus: Bolano's 2666.
The Nation's Ari Melber discusses why the progressive netroots are somewhat unhappy with Obama's cabinet picks to date.