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Why DeeDee Garcia Blase Left the GOP

Politic365’s Justin Vélez-Hagan recently spoke with DeeDee Garcia Blase, Founder and former President of Somos Republicans as well as the current President of the...

DC Mayor’s Musical Chairs

One thing you can never knock Washington, D.C.’s local government for is their ability to embrace sudden staff changes. Shortly before Thanksgiving, Mayor Vincent Gray announced...

Newt Gingrich Goes to Florida

Whether it’s political pandering or an actual statement of intent, but Newt Gingrich has decided to start floating names for his possible VP pick...

Herman Cain: Casting for that ’90s Show

I think my phone literally cracked in half yesterday when Herman Cain’s sweet Ginger on the side came out on FOX Atlanta to stamp out...

Quick Look At the 2011 Arab Public Opinion Poll

by Shibley Telhami, Nonresident Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Saban Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution This year’s Brookings Institution poll surveyed 3,000 people in Egypt, Morocco,...

Occupy Philly and the 99% of Color

by Melissa Skolnick, The Daily Grito   Aside from the uncertainty of what will become of Occupy Philly, an important question remains.  Is Occupy Philly, as...

Redistricting’s Latest Victim: Barney Frank

Conversation about the impact of redistricting and how it all shakes out in 2012 typically centers in on states in the South and West. ...

So Why Did PG County Police Raid Civil Rights Lawyer’s Home?

The Prince George's County Police Department in Maryland has provided documents to Politic365 indicating they were looking for someone at a residence believed to...

The Sound of Herman Cain Hanging It Up

So, this is when Herman Cain hangs it up. He’s not, perhaps too hardheaded and old school to do so at this point. But, he...

McAllister’s Saturday Remix, 11.19.11

Politic365 Contributor Lenny McAllister sounds off on the issues of the week, with a focus on health care reform and the impending Supreme Court review.