Looking back on the last century of data, no other Congress was as ideologically divided as the 112th. The 113th Congress looks to be worse.
The Romney campaign was unwilling to draw conclusions from impartial polling, and this error proved to be a major factor in the election.
Why Hurricane Sandy, like many disasters, may not actually prompt a response to climate change.
Set aside the irrational rancor and reckless obstruction. It’s time to sit down and get to the hard work of governing.
Let’s compare the levels of labor force employment under Clinton, Bush, and Obama, holding demographics constant.
The New York Times has published a fascinating interactive tool that looks at the nine most competitive states. It’s going to be a great way to understand the returns as they come in tomorrow. Check it out!
Chait endorses Obama on the merits of his first term accomplishments.
For those of you who missed it last week, I recommend reading the interview that the President gave to the Des Moines Register, seeking their endorsement (ill-fatedly). Obama thought the interview was off-the-record, and apparently felt a little freer to reveal his political analysis of what a second term would have in store. The paper …