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Why David Jolly’s Florida win should be a warning to Democrats in 2014 and beyond

Tuesday was a dark day for the Democrats.
In the midst of crumbling foreign policy endeavors in Ukraine, Syria and Iran and an ever-growing backlash over President Obama’s unpopular health care policy, the Democrats lost Florida’s 13th Congressional district in… Continue reading

A Successful Election For Mike Bloomberg And Forces For Moderation And Bipartisanship

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Snapshot: Michael Bloomberg




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Voters Reject Divisive GOP Strategy. Can Obama And The House Deliver The Compromises The Electorate Wants?

Doug Schoen

Billionaire Michael Bloomberg had a good election… Continue reading

No Knockout Punch In Foreign Policy Debate

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Tonight’s debate was comparable to last week’s town hall – neither candidate managed to deliver a convincing win like Romney in the first debate, but Obama finished with a slight edge.
Judging by the first fifteen minutes of the debate,… Continue reading

The truth about 2012 polls

In the 2012 race for the White House President Obama is ahead, but the polls are misleading. ;
It seems that each new poll brings good news for Obama. He’s up six points nationally according to the latest Bloomberg numbers.… Continue reading

Why Obama’s gay marriage endorsement could ultimately be more harmful than helpful

Wednesday afternoon, Barack Obama became the first president of the United States to openly support same sex marriage – declaring unequivocal support for gay marriage in an interview with ABC News.
His surprise endorsement reflects the position being echoed by… Continue reading

Why they are high-fiving at the White House

Feb. 1, 2012: President Barack Obama holds up a proposed mortgage application form as he speaks at the James Lee Community Center in Falls Church, Va.

The following two scenes speak volumes about where the 2012 presidential race currently… Continue reading

GOP Primaries Emphasize Need for Medicare Reform


The Republican primary in Florida brought discussions of healthcare, particularly Medicare, back to the forefront of the national discourse. With its sizeable senior population,  Medicare  and Social Security were top of mind to Florida voters.
It is certainly important that…

Beyond Florida


Mitt Romney is now almost certain to win a commanding victory tomorrow night in the Florida primary – most likely by double digits.

The latest NBC News/Marist poll shows Romney with a wide lead among likely Republican Primary voters in…

The RIGHT Strategy For Romney

Doug Schoen

With the GOP primary race now wide-open days before the Florida Primary, one thing is certain.
If Mitt Romney hopes to reestablish himself as the inevitable GOP nominee before Florida primary voters head to the polls on the 31st, he…