Monthly Archives: September 2010

The Keys to President Barack Obama’s Re-election Chances

The coming mid-terms look, by all accounts, very bad for Democrats. They will almost certainly lose a large number of seats and be lucky to keep the House of Representatives. Many are comparing Democratic losses to those in 1994, when … Continue reading

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New York’s Republican Primary and New York Politics, Part 1

This is the first part of two posts analyzing New York’s recent Republican primary. It will focus upon the upstate-downstate divide revealed by the primary. The next part can be found here. The 2010 Republican Gubernatorial Primary On September 14th … Continue reading

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An Unmentioned Cause Behind America’s Economic Woes

America’s economy is in a bad way. The economic recovery has turned out to be disturbingly weak, and joblessness rates are still actually rising. Investment is down, Americans are depressed and angry, and there are even worries about a double-dip … Continue reading

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Analyzing Swing States: Colorado, Part 3

This is the third part of a series of posts analyzing the swing state Colorado. It will focus on the swing areas in Colorado – the parts that will vote for both Democrats and Republicans. The fourth part can be … Continue reading

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The DREAM Act

The Obama administration has been remarkably indecisive on the subject of immigration. On the one hand, it talks a lot about its support for a bill legalizing undocumented immigrants. On the other hand, it has also deported more undocumented immigrants … Continue reading

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