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Caprio's Clinton fixation
It was the highlight of Democrat Frank Caprio's bid for governor: an endorsement by Bill Clinton before an enormous American flag at the Rhode Island Convention Center.
The gubernatorial hopeful is running an ‘It’s The Economy, Stupid’ campaign. But will the centrist approach work in a liberal-leaning state?
| October 22, 2010
After 32 years in the US Senate, Ted Kennedy remains a force to be reckoned with, both for his legendary family history and his considerable accomplishments.
Republicans threaten Kennedy reign
BOSTON PHOENIX STAFF
| August 28, 2009
Arlen the Family
So, Arlen Specter is now a Democrat. That's old news.
Will Specter the Defector trigger a Democratic domination, or is his jump the sign of a growing moderate revolution?
| May 08, 2009
It doesn't matter how many negative ads are broadcast or how many moose are slain on the tundra, candidates and their actions don't transform our politics nearly as much as outside events and circumstances do.
George W. Bush’s failures may have set off a tectonic shift in US presidential politics, commencing a Democratic Party reign
| October 09, 2008
The overall success of the event will largely come down to one question: how effective and memorable will Barack Obama’s acceptance speech prove to be?
If McCain wants to gain on Obama, he needs to achieve these four goals in St. Paul
| August 27, 2008
Crossword: ''Hit the bricks''
A classic case of one-upmanship
| August 20, 2008
With the news that Florida and Michigan are unlikely to redo their primaries, it’s become even more probable that Barack Obama will be the Democratic presidential nominee.
An Obama win in November would be historic for reasons beyond race
| March 26, 2008
The amazing race
For the past year, presidential politics has been building to the crescendo that is the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary.
We break down the Presidential campaign to its six essential parts, and predict your next Commander-in-Chief.
DAVID S. BERNSTEIN
| December 26, 2007
Man of the people
This past week, CNN’s Lou Dobbs posted an online commentary in which he predicted the victory next year of a surprise presidential candidate not yet in the race.
Yes, he’s a long shot, but no other independent “candidate” has Lou Dobbs’s potential, platform, or populist appeal
| November 14, 2007
The nation’s political mood is shifting dramatically, and the campaign press has yet to notice the change.
Fed up with politics-as-usual conventional candidates, the public may well be ready to embrace innovative outsiders
| October 31, 2007
The upcoming presidential election was never going to be an easy one for the Republicans to win.
If a third candidate crowds the 2008 presidential election, the GOP will have effectively handed the election to Hillary
| October 17, 2007
Among its hordes of firsts, The Simpsons helped transplant politicians from the cartoon funny pages to our television sets.
The 20 Best Animated Politicians in Cartoon History
| July 26, 2007
Can McCain make it work?
The biggest story of the campaign so far has been the semi-collapse of John McCain.
Now that Perot-style independence is on the skids, will McCain’s ‘straight talk express’ be derailed?
| April 04, 2007
Presidential toteboard: To run, or not to run
In virtually every election cycle, there is a group of candidates who linger on the sidelines, unable to decide whether to enter the race.
As saviors or spoilers, would-be candidates could still change the ’08 race
| March 21, 2007
Let the horse race begin
Welcome to the 2008 Presidential Tote Board.
Odds are you won’t be able to avoid the run-up to 2008, so you might as well start laying your bests now
| February 14, 2007
Casa D. slate storms the primary
While P&J do not see eye to eye with most of Bob “Cool Moose” Healey’s libertarian leanings, he is a truly thoughtful contributor to the body politic.
Chafee, Roberts, and de Ramel get the nod
PHILLIPE & JORGE
| September 06, 2006
What Republicans can teach the Greens
Take advantage of the chaos
| June 08, 2006
Best left alone
Wshould offer a tax break to a group described by an authoritative source as “generally more intelligent, better looking, imaginative, and multi-talented” than the majority of the population: Left-handed people.
Politics and other mistakes
| February 22, 2006
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