If the Democrats have a monopoly on the presidency and Congress, they'll be evaluated in 2010. That would be valid if, when the Republicans left office, they took their mistakes with them.
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We docked the ship on shore. We're back to normal now. We have re-established the fundamental building blocks of Western civilization -- we have our foundation underneath us.
Numerous veterans are returning home to find a newly found passion for politics as we have seen first hand how America's policies affect other nations and how Washington has failed.
For best image of the night, I nominate this image juxtaposing Newsweek's recent cover entitled "America the Conservative" next to 2008's electoral map showing a landslide for the "socialist."
Since Obama's problems from the Democratic Primary have not been resolved, nor reported by the national media, the Electoral College map signals trouble for the media's main man.
The all but unanimous conclusion from my time taking calls from folks on Radio France was a simple one: "Barack Obama is 'le rock star.'"
I am sitting with a number of the biggest players in American politics and they are gasping for air. This is a big night. Change, but it will come with crisis.
Barack Obama is the first president in my lifetime who resembles me and the people I know.
When my mother got married, my grandfather said he'd shoot my dad with a shotgun (an inauspicious but common beginning for an interracial marriage).
I wrote to Barack several days later. Here's the letter. Looking back, it seems as if today was somehow written in America's destiny.
It is reasonable to once again expect further manipulation on election night by some Republican officials, as in 2004; should we also expect Democrats to once again concede in the face of fraud?
As we stand on the verge of a shifting earth I wonder is this the Big One, the epiphany that leads us to brilliance in real time, or is this one of the aftershocks.
About 30 minutes before John McCain is scheduled to lead a rally outside Raymond James Stadium, looks like maybe 1,000 people here. What's up with tha...
Here are the six states to watch between 7pm and 8pm tomorrow night:
Virginia and Indiana after the last polls close at 7pm, Ohio and North Carolina...
To make a long story short: Historically, gamblers have proven better election forecaster than polls. As an expert told me, the betting markets will be quickest to react to news coming through today.
WASHINGTON — Battered by the financial meltdown, America's business community is anxiously calculating how Tuesday's presidential election will ...
Politico's Carrie Budoff Brown reports:
The traveling press corps has taken to shouting questions -- from the inane to the serious -- at Barack Obama...
Obama is in the lead, both nationally and in some very key battleground states. This election is his to lose. But what combination of factors would need to occur for Obama to lose?
How John McCain Still Can Win
By Steven Hill
Obama is in the lead, both nationally and in some very key battleground states. This election is his to...
As the polls grow tighter, more people wonder what the electorate will be thinking on Nov 4. OffTheBus posed that question to political scientist Will...
Having just gotten off the plane from the Middle East, one thing is for certain: whether you are pro-Israeli, pro-Palestinian or pro-whatever, there is hardly a soul who is not rooting for a big Obama victory.
Our model does not make any specific adjustments for early voting, but it is presenting a major problem for John McCain in three states in the Mountai...
The election in San Francisco looks quite similar to other large cities in blue states. Residents boast pride for the Obama | Biden ticket while taki...
An analysis of the bailout deals Paulson has been cutting with taxpayer dollars reveals he's giving the culprits who created the nation's credit crisis what amount to sweetheart deals.
The presidential election has everyone nervous. No one is confident about the outcome, and it could potentially be a very, very long night next Tuesda...
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