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Would Paul Ryan Be An Effective Presidential Candidate?

With the allegations against Chris Christie, the media thinks there’s a new frontrunner for the Republican party’s presidential nomination in 2016. According to Larry Sabato, it’s Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker. According to Peter Beinart, it’s Rand Paul. According to the … Continue reading

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Will Republicans Try to Change the Electoral College?

Howard Dean was on Talk of the Nation recently, unhappy with the gap between the popular vote and the electoral vote. He continues to back the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, which currently has the support of eight blue states … Continue reading

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It’s been a good week for Jon Huntsman

The last week has been pretty damn bad for Mitt Romney, Scott Brown and David Petraeus. And as a result, it’s been a good few days for John Huntsman. Huntsman’s chances of becoming President remain in the single digits. But … Continue reading

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The implications of Obama’s Victory

President Obama won reelection, and many pundits and opinion writers are trying to argue about the significance of this. But it’s probably too early to tell.┬áThe 2012 Presidential election can fit three historic narratives. We won’t know for some time … Continue reading

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