Monthly Archives: July 2009

Obama’s Top Priorities

Below is a list of what, in my view, the most important to-dos on the president’s lengthy to-do list are. Of course I could be a smart aleck and just put – 1. THE ECONOMY 2. THE ECONOMY 3. THE … Continue reading

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Analyzing Swing States: Florida, Part 4

This is the fourth part of a series of posts analyzing the swing state Florida. The last part can be found here. The Miami Metropolis Diverse, populous, sun-baked – south Florida is far different from the rest of the state. … Continue reading

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Gategate

By which, of course, I’m referring to the incident with Henry Gates, a Harvard professor who was arrested at his own home in suspicion of breaking in and subsequently accused the police officer of racial profiling. Was there racial profiling? … Continue reading

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Analyzing Swing States: Florida, Part 3

This is the third part of a series of posts analyzing the swing state Florida. Part four can be found here. The I-4 Corridor If there is a holy grail of Florida politics, it is winning the I-4 corridor. This … Continue reading

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Paying for Health Care

One of the most important health care reforms would be to get rid an inefficient, outdated tax exemption that is still a fundamental part of U.S. policy. This is how it works. If a company provides health insurance to its … Continue reading

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