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John V. Santore: Obama Must Demand Real Discourse in D.C.

“Leadership isn’t just legislation,” President Obama told 60 Minutes this week. “It’s a matter of persuading people, and giving them confidence, and bringing them together, and setting a tone, and…

R.O. Blechman: What, Me Worry?

From The Huffington Post…

Graph O’Lantern ‘Outliers’

Nate Silver and Dick Bennett assess 2010 pollster accuracy. Pew Research examines the roles of Latinos and religious voters on Tuesday. Ruy Teixeira and John Halpin discuss trends that cost…

Jeff Danziger: Joe Barton and BP

From The Huffington Post…

Health Care Reform Repeal: No Clear Path For Republicans

From The Huffington Post…

Obama talks terror, trade in India

He hopes a partnership means more jobs. Read the full story from Politico…

Obama Talks Need Of Compromise With GOP

WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama is appealing to victorious Republicans to go along with his plan to extend tax cuts for the middle class, saying the election is over and…

The 10 Economic Commandments Of The Tea Party: 24/7 Wall Street

By 24/7 Wall Street: In the latter days of Rome, the economy was crumbling, the emperor … would placate the mob with bread and circus — food and entertainment to…

GOP Plan Hit On All Sides: Not Far Enough For Tea Party, Doesn’t Make Sense To Economists

Republicans are mapping an agenda for the new Congress that calls for a radical reduction in government spending, a hard-line stance against new taxes and a “sustained” battle against federal…

MSNBC suspends Keith Olbermann indefinitely over political contributions

MSNBC suspends Keith Olbermann indefinitely over political contributions

MSNBC Friday suspended Keith Olbermann, the volatile host of “Countdown,” indefinitely and without pay because the “news anchor” contributed to three Democratic candidates. MSNBC President Phil Griffin said he became…