How can Obama recapture the momentum of 2008? The Nation's Melissa Harris-Perry discusses the president's re-election strategies and how this season's quickly-changing dynamics will shape the race.
Speaking from experience, Howard Dean addresses Netroots Nation to condemn moneyed interests and claim that we, the people, will have to take responsibility for creating the long-awaited "change we can believe in."
George Zornick joins the Washington Times’s Charles Hurt on C-SPAN's Washington Journal to break down GOP strategy, the beginnings of the electoral horse race and the eternal question: will Sarah Palin run for president?
In 2008 on Hardball, Bachmann called on the media to seek out members of Congress who are “anti-American.” And Katrina vanden Heuvel talked back.
"If you look at Obama’s White House," says The Nation's Ari Berman, "it’s very much now a top-down, insider White House, following a very conventional Washington playbook. And the whole spirit of grassroots organizing and energy that really defined the Obama campaign has been largely absent."
The Nation's Chris Hayes discusses the possible effects of Tim Pawlenty's decision to forgo a third term as governor of Minnesota.
Here are five nominees for the most revolting, dishonest and remarkably sleazy campaign ads of the year.
Latinos backed Obama by a 2-to-1 margin on election day and could be the biggest force behind a longterm, center-left political realignment.
Sarah Palin launches a PR blitz to show voters all they missed by not electing her queen of America.