Liveblogging The Debate

With mere minutes left to go I finally got myself freed up and ready to liveblog this shindig, so let’s get it on. You can watch the livestream with me at CNN.com, and please don’t forget my pre game analysis that can be read here. Normally I do the Liveblogging in comments, but unless I get a...

It’s How You Go About It

There is some confusion out there, succinctly illustrated by, but not limited to, Michael van der Galien, as to the nature of the National Journal’s ranking Obama as the most liberal senator of 2007, and how that meshes with strong support among centrists, moderates, Indpendents, and even some...

Clear And Murkey

Gallup, which is running daily tracking polls now of the remaining presidential contenders, has released the latest poll which provides an interesting picture four and a half days before Super Tuesday.  For the Republicans, the picture gets clearer, but for Democrats, things only get more murky. It is worth...

What Was That About Being Progressive?

I sometimes hear or read people question Obama’s progressive street creds, and of course, you get the ever present argument that Hillary and Barack are basically the same. But the National Journal may have something to say about that.  Based on a ranking that it does every year, the National Journal...

Democrat Debate Tonight

After almost a year of a broad Democratic field fighting for time in the debates, tonight we’re going to have the first head to head debate between the last two candidates standing; Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. I’ve got something of a busy day stacked up for me this afternoon, but I’m...

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