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Saturday, February 4, 2023

The GOP’s ‘Specter’ of failure

In the end, longtime Republican Senator Arlen Specter had no choice.

If he wanted to keep his Senate seat, he had to return to the Democratic Party he left early in his political career.

If he wanted to keep his sanity he had to get away from the rabid right wing that controls the Republican Party.

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Is FDR-Era Yardstick Still Relevant?

It was March 4, 1933, and Franklin D. Roosevelt was being sworn in as president after his Democratic Party assumed control of the levers of power in a country deeply troubled by a historic economic collapse.

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From the Start, Putting a Bold Stamp on the White House

There has been nothing tentative about President Obama’s first 100 days in office. The defining characteristics of his presidency have been his appetite for leadership, the breadth of his ambitions and his determination to pass his programs in the face of united Republican opposition.

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