Are the Democrats cooked for 2010? Will the GOP continue it's rightward drift? Richard Kim and John Nichols explain, aboard the 2010 Nation Cruise.
Maura Elizabeth Cunningham and Jeffrey Wasserstrom on Liu Xiaobo, Nobel Peace Prize laureate; Brad Lander on paid sick days for New York City; and Richard Kim on Don't Ask Don't Tell
John Nichols on attorneys general against Citizens United, Adam Federman on hazards of natural gas drilling and Jennifer O'Mahoney on attempts to rollback California's regulations on greenhouse gas emissions.
With more men than women supporting Sarah Palin, who really benefits from the GOP's 'Year of The Conservative Woman'?
D.D. Guttenplan on Ed Miliband, Ari Berman on good news and bad news on campaign finance reform and Joanna Chiu on Obama's outreach to young voters
Michael Tracy on the Republican filibuster of the DREAM Act and Don't Ask Don't Tell repeal, Peter Rothberg on the One Nation Working Together march and Jennifer O'Mahony on the Pope's visit to England
The scariest Republicans are not necessarily tea-stained—and other lessons to keep in mind as Election 2010 roars in.
Lawrence Summers should be fired for the part he played in bringing about the financial crisis that cost so many Americans their jobs.
Ari Berman on getting Rahm Emanuel out of the White House.
Katrina vanden Heuvel endorses Eric Schneiderman's "transformational politics," Ari Berman resports on the GOP's "vulture" capitalist, and John Nichols appreciates the "Palin Effect."