Archive for ‘Republican’

Minor Parties Play the Wild Card

The five presidential elections of the 21st Century have established a clear pattern of close battles between evenly matched parties – a pattern charismatic candidates and billions in spending can’t seem to break. Republican nominees...

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Vote for Collaboration Over Confrontation

Americans of every perspective say they’re disgusted by the polarization, pettiness and unbridled anger that have come to characterize our politics. The great majority of us say we want more cooperation and civility, but...

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The Republican Challenge with Young Voters

Political analysts give plenty of attention to our partisan divisions according to race or gender, but not enough to the stark differences based on age. The good news for Republicans is that the Democrats are entirely reliant on young...

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Contrasting Views on Wealth and Poverty

A Pew Research study shows sharp contrasts between Republicans and Democrats in attitudes toward wealth and poverty. By more than three-to-one, Republicans say hard work, rather than a person’s advantages, explains why people are rich....

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Obama Awakes—But Can’t Stop Mitt

Forget about Barack Obama’s eagerly awaited emergence from his first debate coma: the biggest question about the second candidate confrontation centered on whether Mitt managed to maintain his undeniable momentum. After all, a flurry of...

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Can Mitt Break the Veep Curse?

As Mitt Romney ponders the most fateful decision of his presidential campaign, he must move decisively to break a dysfunctional habit that’s afflicted his party for a half century. Since the end of the Eisenhower era, Republican...

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