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Rick Perry Shunned Press On Road To Reelection

Texas Gov. Rick Perry beat Democratic challenger Bill White, the former mayor of Houston, for an historic and unprecedented third four-year term by a whopping 13 points, a margin that…

Obama Reflects On Elections In ’60 Minutes’ Interview (VIDEO)

In his first one-on-one interview since his party suffered crushing losses in the 2010 midterm elections, President Obama reiterated his belief that his administration failed to effectively communicate with voters.…

Pat Toomey Open To Joining Senate Tea Party Caucus (VIDEO)

WASHINGTON — Pennsylvania’s new senator-elect, Republican Pat Toomey, said on Sunday that he is open to joining a Tea Party caucus when he arrives in Washington and has appreciated all…

John Boehner Gives Obama ‘Terrorist Fist Bump’ On New Yorker Cover

In his inaugural address in January 2009, President Barack Obama promised a new era of diplomacy in foreign affairs. “To those who cling to power through corruption and deceit and…

James Denselow: Bush’s Christian Legacy in Iraq

Over the last week in publicity trailing the release of his autobiography, former president George W Bush admitted that when it came to Iraq he felt a “sickening feeling”. Sadly…

Tea Party Favorites Rand Paul & Jim DeMint Struggle To Name Specific Budget Cuts (VIDEO)

WASHINGTON — Signaling how difficult it will be for the Republican Party to live up to its campaign promises of cutting spending while preserving the Bush tax cuts and not…

Rep. Danny Davis Backed By Black Leaders In Chicago Mayoral Race

In a political about-face, a coalition of black leaders has rejected its two earlier stated finalists and thrown its support behind U.S. Rep. Danny Davis for mayor. The coalition —…

Rand Paul: Tea Party Is ‘Co-Opting Washington’

Kentucky Republican Rand Paul vowed on Sunday to uphold the Tea Party’s core principles when he is sworn in as a United States Senator in January. Yet in an interview…

Jeff Danziger: McConnell, Boehner, Obama

From The Huffington Post…

Michael Melcher: Five Coaching Perspectives on the 2012 Elections

What should we think about the results of the 2012 elections? One option is to question our automatic ways of judging the results. I question my automatic assessments because I’ve…