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We are in the midst of March Madness and the N.C.A.A. men’s basketball championship tournament has taken over a good part of Americans’ attention. We spend considerable parts of weekends glued to television sets passionately involved in the fortunes of … Continue reading
I admit that one of the events I look forward to each year is the CPAC convention. It always provides a wealth of material for my writing. This year, with the Republican Party in desperate need of a transformation, the … Continue reading
With the failure of any meaningful filibuster reform in the Senate and the reelection of Reince Priebus as Chairman of the Republican National Committee signaling that any changes in Republican strategy, (with the possible exception of immigration reform), will be … Continue reading
Today is New Year’s Eve and it is our tradition at tellthetruthonthem.com to review the year that is ending. On January 1st I predicted what the five biggest political stories of 2012 would be. I feel that four legitimately made … Continue reading
One of the great mysteries in American politics is where the Republican Party is headed in the aftermath of their performance in the 2012 elections. The good news for the Republicans is that they get to choose the course. The … Continue reading
Politically, three things struck me last week. Two of them were news items – one widely covered, the other was covered rather in passing. The third thing was the personal experiences I had interacting with voters.
Wisconsin Republicans may be evil but they are not stupid. They know that with the pending round of recalls the end of their reign of terror is probably near. Therefore they are trying to delay it as much as possible … Continue reading
Sometimes I think the biggest thing the Democrats have going for themselves is the Republican Party. Last weekend the chairman of the Republican National Committee, Reince Priebus, reinforced that thought in an interview on Bloomberg TV.
On January 1st I predicted what the five biggest stories in American politics would be in 2012. It is time to review my work in progress.