(2 comments) Monday, June 20, 2011 The Three Wings of the Republican Party
The Democrats are at a crossroads. They can continue to populate the third wing of the Republican Party, fundamentally accepting the premises of Reagan's narrative destroying their connection to the majority of Americans who simply want their interests & values represented.
Wednesday, January 20, 2010 Obama Finally Gets His Victory For Bipartisanship
The White House has squandered the greatest opportunity to change both the country and the political landscape since Ronald Reagan. With all its efforts to tack to the center, the White House missed the point. The issue isn't about right or left. It's about whose side you're on. In Massachusetts, the voters believe they know. It's now up to the President and his party to convince the American people otherwise.
(1 comments) Monday, November 17, 2008 Lessons Learned from the Election of 2008: Looking Back and Looking Forward
As the dust settles from the remarkable election of 2008 and the Obama transition is in full tilt, it is worth taking stock of lessons learned so they can inform not only campaigns that follow but the way Democrats and progressives pursue their legislative agendas.