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Latino Dems divided over Sanders & Clinton

A poll from the Public Religion Research Institute and The Atlantic that came out last week showed Latino Democrats evenly split over their support...

Time to end the Bernie bro narrative: Sanders makes inroads with...

Last night Bernie Sanders won the Democratic primary in Wisconsin beating Hillary Clinton 56 percent to 43 percent. According to CNN's exit poll, Sanders...

STELA Should Address Consumer Interests and Local Needs

Throughout the Communications and Technology Subcommittee hearing held on February 13, satellite, broadcast and entertainment legal leaders told Congressional Committee members to make sure...

Washington’s Political Gridlock: A Self-inflicted Wound

  For months there have been endless warnings of the economic, military, and societal decay that will take effect if obstructionists in Congress repeat their...

The Mortgage Interest Deduction is Not the Holy Grail

The issue of home ownership can be emotional. Home ownership has been tied to wealth creation, community and family stability, and economic development for...

Mitt Romney is The Cardiac Kid

Romney didn't make a comback, but he is giving conservatives a collective heart attack

Democrats Should Ditch Tax-the-Rich Rhetoric

While we have finally dashed the nonsense about Bill Clinton being the first Black president (well, with the exception of some on the Cain...

Obama Approval Ratings at Record Low

Despite his personal favorability ratings, the White House is fretting over President Obama’s most recent job performance numbers at 43%. Weekly Gallup polls show the President at one percentage point below his rating from the previous week.

Wilder’s Wild Pitch for Hillary Clinton

It’s not the best sign, politically, when a prominent Democratic pol starts recommending changes to the incumbent President’s re-election bid. Former Virginia Governor L. Douglas Wilder, the first African American elected as governor of a state, did just that. Making the case for Clinton, the former Governor and former Mayor of Richmond doesn’t hide a rather open distaste for the “gaffe prone” Vice-President. As far as Wilder is concerned, it’s time to let Joe go.