I have spent a lot of time thinking about George W. Bush this past week. His interviews with USA Today, Parade, the Dallas Morning News, and more yet to come, in the lead-up to the official dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Center, remind me of the end of [...]
by Pete Seat Politics is fraught with loose claims on reality. So why it comes as a shock that President Barack Obama and his White House are playing loosey goosey with the sequester is anybody’s guess. You see, in order to win an unwinnable argument, you have to exaggerate a [...]
by Mike Sistak, Guest Columnist Is Barack Obama a lame duck President before his second term has even started? Many political pundits, particularly those who favor the Democratic Party, have spent the subsequent weeks following the Presidential Election trumpeting the mandate that the President received. The hard truth though for [...]
Joined the Daily Rundown live from Tampa with Chuck Todd, Phil Musser, Liz Sidoti and Ramesh Ponnuru. In two parts after the jump.
Young Americans carried Barack Obama across the finish line in 2008 and, according to recent polls, they could do it again this year unless appealed to in the right way by the right messenger. Ask almost any political observer and they will tell you the race is tight. Obama [...]
Indiana Republicans push on recruitment, outreach By PETE SEAT South Bend Tribune July 1, 2012 Indiana has long had a reddish hue to its politics. Over the past eight years, that red has grown ever brighter as a new crop of Republican candidates and elected officials have come to the [...]
Discussed one of the biggest political days in the last decade with Chuck Todd, Politico’s Lois Romano and Jamal Simmons on MSNBC’s The Daily Rundown on Thursday. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy