Despite Obama's unquestionably varied record, progressives can't afford four years under a Romney-Ryan presidency.
How investors in Tagg’s firm Solamere Capital can cash in if his father wins.
Both would rather talk about anything but Wall Street’s financing and control of both parties.
Whatever disappointments progressives have with Obama's first term, we have a profound interest in the popular rejection of the Romney/Ryan ticket.
This election has posed a challenge of self-control for Republicans raised on a diet of welfare queens and Willie Horton.
What a principled counterattack campaign against the GOP would look like.
Where their interests overlap, progressive politics can thrive.
In a second Obama term, we must organize to win a new social contract for a new economy.
While preventing a Republican triumph is imperative, we should have no illusions about Obama.