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  • In Iowa, GOP's Joni Ernst broke a gender barrier on her own terms

    In Iowa, GOP's Joni Ernst broke a gender barrier on her own terms
    Joni Ernst's feat this week was one that many thought was impossible: a Republican victory in a blue state that Obama won twice, and the first woman ever elected to Congress from Iowa. Not only did Ernst win a U.S. Senate seat, she clobbered her...
  • Can Obama's presidency be saved?

    Can Obama's presidency be saved?
    Even before the drubbing his party suffered in last week's congressional election, President Obama was visibly frustrated by Republicans' tenacious opposition to his second-term agenda. Now he's heading into the final years of his presidency facing a...
  • Obama was 'tone deaf' on economic message, Democratic strategist says

    In the aftermath of their crushing defeats in Tuesday's election, Democratic elected officials and strategists have grown increasingly vocal in their complaints about President Obama. The latest salvo comes from Stan Greenberg, the prominent...
  • PopPolitics: Aaron Sorkin on 'The Newsroom,' CNN and the Boston Bombings (Listen)

    "The Newsroom" returns to HBO for its third and final season on Sunday, and creator Aaron Sorkin is once again deploying plot twists using events of the recent past, this time the Boston Marathon bombings. But in an interview with Variety's "PopPolitics,...
  • Florida's close elections set stage for 2016

    Florida's suspenseful election results this week set the stage for the state's pivotal role in the 2016 presidential campaign, when Republicans Sen. Marco Rubio and former Gov. Jeb Bush could be contenders. Close contests this year reaffirmed Florida'...
  • Brown's defeat reflects voter disgust with all things Obama

    Brown's defeat reflects voter disgust with all things Obama
    Mid-term elections are often a nightmare for second-term presidents, and this one was no exception. President Barack Obama's six years of lies, ineptitude and ideological expansion of federalism have caught up with him, as it is obvious that this election...
  • With elections behind him, Obama can stop being such a Democrat

    With elections behind him, Obama can stop being such a Democrat
    Before we Democrats can stop weeping in our herbal teas, we must first ponder the question, "Whose fault was that?" I mean, of course, the results of Tuesday's election. There go Pat Quinn and a host of other figures on the bigger stage, The...
  • Hillary Clinton takes a page from Nixon's book

    Hillary Clinton takes a page from Nixon's book
    As 2016 Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton joined her party's push to survive the challenges it faces in the midterm congressional elections tomorrow, she took a page from the comeback playbook of another one-time presidential loser:...
  • Rauner still has to deal with Speaker Madigan

    Rauner still has to deal with Speaker Madigan
    Even before Bruce Rauner declared victory in the race for governor Tuesday night, he understood the most important thing: He'll have to deal with the little guy who runs things. Boss Madigan. He's controlled Illinois for decade after decade after...
  • How Hogan won: Democrats stayed home in city, key counties

    How Hogan won: Democrats stayed home in city, key counties
    Larry Hogan won his race for governor not just because Marylanders of both parties turned out to support his call for lower taxes, but because tens of thousands of Democrats in key jurisdictions stayed home. Turnout plummeted in Baltimore city and...
  • Review: 'American Queen' by John Oller

    By Patrick T. Reardon Mary Todd Lincoln was in her glory. It was March 28, 1861, and she had hosted her first state dinner at the White House as the nation's first lady. She was saying goodbye to her guests, including Kate Chase, the daughter of her...