Tag Archives | bipartisanship
Former President George W. Bush

The Curse of the Bush Tax Cuts

Updated July 15, 2012

It’s the summer of 2012, President George W. Bush has been out of office for 3 ½ years, and  the biggest issue of the presidential campaign is whether to keep his signature tax cuts, which were … More…

Senator Richard Lugar on ABC This Week in 2009

Grand Old Man Lugar Bites the Dust

The Beltway media are predictably bemoaning the primary defeat of Republican Sen. Richard Lugar of Indiana to insurgent Richard Mourdock, a severe conservative backed by the Tea Party and the Club for Growth.  Mourdock, Indiana’s state treasurer, walloped Lugar by … More…

Rep. Heath Shuler

Bipartisanship Is Not Dead

In a positive move, a group of so-called … More…

President Obama campaigning in San Francisco

Which Side Are You On?

The battle for President Obama… More…

State Sen. Obama at the 2004 DNC

President Obama's Real Problem

Back in July 2004, an obscure state senator from Illinois, running for the US Senate seat, rocketed to international fame with an electrifying keynote address at the Democratic National Convention in Boston.

The Speech, as it came to be known, … More…