Originally published 02/06/2018
Ronald L. Feinman
This is what history suggests.
Originally published 01/29/2018
History, demographics and the national mood are pointing to one conclusion about the 2018 congressional races: Democrats are well-positioned to bring one-party government in Washington under Donald Trump’s presidency to a screeching halt.
Originally published 01/10/2018
It may be the worst Senate map that any party has faced ever.
Originally published 12/27/2016
Kissinger proposes we swap support for Crimea takeover for Russian agreement to withdraw troops from rest of Ukraine.
Originally published 12/26/2016
A net change of eight seats would be large by historical standards but not unprecedented.
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