By Ruy Teixeira, Guest Blogger on November 27, 2013
Most Republicans support a path to citizenship, but the Tea Party won't budge on it. Is immigration the next wedge issue?
By Ruy Teixeira, Guest Blogger on November 26, 2013
Obama can refocus the political debate on the economy, push good policy, and improve Democratic political fortunes -- all at the same time.
By Josh Israel on November 26, 2013
Earlier this month, the Republican-controlled Wisconsin Assembly took the first step toward preventing voters from forcing recall elections against elected officials not accused of any legal or ethical wrongdoing.
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By John Halpin, Guest Blogger on November 22, 2013
Laments for a lost era of Kennedy liberalism fail to understand both our time and Obama's place in history.
By Rebecca Leber on November 20, 2013
Activists against gun violence are baffled and disgusted by the game.
By Ruy Teixeira, Guest Blogger on November 19, 2013
Chris Christie cannot solve the GOP’s demographic dilemma -- in no small part because a Republican primary will destroy Christie the "moderate."
By John Halpin, Guest Blogger on November 17, 2013
White Americans are too political divided to be counted as one voting bloc. Here's proof.
By Jack Jenkins, Guest Blogger on November 16, 2013
The rise of progressive Catholicism.
By Judd Legum on November 15, 2013
The use (and abuse) of a political metaphor.
By Ruy Teixeira, Guest Blogger on November 11, 2013
As diversity rises, will ethnic tensions break the progressive coalition? It's one theory for how the GOP can survive, but it's not based in much evidence.