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Ryan Grim

American Dissatisfaction With Everything Is Reaching Historic Levels

HuffingtonPost.com | Ryan Grim | Posted 07.06.2014 | Politics

WASHINGTON -- People are mad as hell, and they're not going to take it anymore, an extensive new survey of public attitudes toward the government find...

Wishful Thinking for a Hillary Clinton Presidency Is Based On Faulty Premises

Asher Smith | Posted 01.23.2012 | Politics
Asher Smith

Much of the pining for Hillary Clinton seems to be premised on mis-targeted liberal nostalgia for a version of Bill Clinton's presidency that never happened.

Jason Linkins

Pretend Democrats Rewrite Column Advising Obama Not To Run For Re-Election

HuffingtonPost.com | Jason Linkins | Posted 01.21.2012 | Media

Douglas Schoen and Patrick Caddell, who pretend to be Democrats even though they do not support Democratic politicians or causes or policy platforms, have a column up in the Wall Street Journal advising President Barack Obama to quit now and not run for re-election, even though the only GOP candidate that seems to pose a consistent challenge to him in the polls is Mitt Romney, and the Obama re-elect team has sort of started raising money to run for re-election and everything. It's almost needless to say that Democrats should never follow the advice of Schoen and Caddell.

Jason Linkins

Pretend Democrats Advise Obama Not To Run For Re-Election

HuffingtonPost.com | Jason Linkins | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media

Douglas Schoen and Patrick Caddell are best known for going on the Fox News Channel, where they pretend to be "Democratic strategists." But unlike virtually every other Democratic strategist in the Western world, the two men show a studied disinterest in and a complete antipathy for any of the philosophies for which the Democratic Party is best known. Their advice for President Barack Obama? Quit. That's sure to send a powerful message of leadership and responsibility.

Why Caddell's Wrong -- Passing The Bill Will Help Democrats

Richard (RJ) Eskow | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Richard (RJ) Eskow

There's a lot of buzz about a piece in today's Washington Post about polls, the public option and midterms. But the conclusions are contradicted, not supported, by the available facts.

Matt Osborne | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Matt Osborne

We've seen this pattern before. A non-sourced, anonymous story enters the right-wing blogosphere and gets picked up by mainstream media, allowing the right to stovepipe their insanity.