Tag Archives: Political Science

Obama May Need To Emulate Bush’s 2004 Mistake

Matt Yglesias dings the nascent Obama re-election campaign today for the idea, delivered via New York Times’ political editor Richard Stevenson, that a clever 2012 plan would be to follow the essence of George W. Bush’s successful 2004 re-election strategy. … Continue reading

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Google’s Tracing My Movements From Point A To Point B?

In regards to the title, the answer is probably not — well, not completely. I thought of it though when I saw a big fancy word in the academic article I had to read this morning and I searched to … Continue reading

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Disrespecting Congress Since 1977

Yesterday, The Atlantic’s James Fallows posted a message he received from a former congressional staffer responding to a blistering essay on the state of Congress as an institution and the GOP’s seemingly intentional role in undermining confidence in it, which … Continue reading

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Copping Out By Linking Out

Unfortunately, I am pressed for time at the moment, as I have to head to the library and then the grocery store to stock up with essentials before Hurricane Irene hits these parts. So, instead of a post comparing Jay … Continue reading

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