Progressives can't win their case in 2010 with a direct assault on Reagan. But they don't have to. Here are three ways that progressives can take back the political debate by turning the Reagan legacy on its head.
McCain says that he may vote against an Obama appointee for the sole reason that the nominee made what strikes me as a fairly tepid criticism of the 40th president, in a comment that was really aimed at Bush.
While his words may be invoking Lincoln a lot this week, Obama's style, in pulling off the most expensive inauguration in American history as thousands are losing their jobs, is straight from the Gipper's playbook.