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Today 12:57 am
Why President Obama and Tim Kaine ‘Feel the Bern’
The president and the vice presidential nominee recognize that talking about Bernie Sanders is smart politics.
Yesterday 5:43 pm
Is Trump’s Style of Politics the New Normal for the GOP?
Trump’s policies are repellent, but the real danger comes from the acceptance of menace and ridicule as substitutes for political debate.
Yesterday 4:04 pm
How Hillary Clinton Made History
Throughout her career, she’s won over rivals, critics, even enemies. That’s how a woman has to do it.
Yesterday 2:58 pm
Why We Need to Listen to the Mothers of the Movement
Both parties use grief to sell their messages. But not all uses of emotion in politics are the same.
Yesterday 2:15 pm
The Democratic Convention Is Highlighting the Difference Between Electoral and Movement Politics
Elected officials operate within the parameters of possibility. Movement politics is about redefining those parameters.
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Yesterday 12:13 pm
In their eagerness to defeat Trump, liberal pundits are reviving a damaging discourse.
Yesterday 11:18 am
Eat, Pray, Starve: What Tim Kaine Didn’t Learn During His Time in Honduras
The vice-presidential nominee supports policies that hurt the country that was the “turning point” in his life.
Yesterday 11:04 am
Neo-McCarthyism and Olympic Politics as More Evidence of a New Cold War
McCarthyism was a characteristic feature of the preceding Cold War, but now it is coming from liberals, even from the Clinton campaign.
Stephen F. Cohen
Yesterday 10:00 am
Yes, Temps Can Unionize Too
Temp employees often have a hard time figuring out who their real boss is. A new NLRB ruling takes the guesswork out of that conundrum.
Yesterday 12:05 am
Hillary Clinton Just Made History
The DNC’s roll-call vote made Clinton the first woman to ever be nominated for the presidency by a major party.