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- The Manipulator: Psychological Profile of Ukrainian President Yanukovich
- Chris Christie: The revealing recklessness
- Chris Christie and Bridgegate: Just one email away from destruction
- Why is China doing what nations do when they prepare for war?
- Nelson Mandela, one woman’s words, and the whole world’s dignity
- See you in Reyjavik, Joe.
- Obama is doing what he does: the grubby political stuff
- The Lonely Answer: Syria is for Realists
- Inclusiveness: By Invitation Only
- Roe v. Wade: Was Another Concern on the Justice’s Mind?
- A question from Politico: Is it appropriate for politicians to use this time, in any capacity, to reexamine gun control?
- Is the Middle the Future? If so, Who’s in the Middle?
- “You can’t teach an old dogma new tricks.”
- A looming tea party backlash?
- Should the GOP break the anti-tax pledge?
- Are Republicans missing too many Sister Souljah moments?
- George McGovern, 1922-2012
- The politics of clout: Where’s the bourbon and branch water?
- Candy Tries to Help Her Hero
- The tea parties in our political future
- Growling and roaring in the Romney campaign
- Obama’s audacious strategy: Desperation or deliberation?
- Last hurrah for Nancy Pelosi?
- With friends like these …
- A tale of two uninspiring speeches
- Of smoots and gaffes
- Romney the Unready
- Romney and the media circus over Bain and tax returns
- This horrible sinking feeling
- Monty Python, Political Pundit
- The wages of Wisconsin?
- BLAMING OBAMACARE ON CHIEF JUSTICE JOHN MARSHALL – Part 2
- Wisconsin: Labor gambles and loses
- Why Legends Lose
- Dumb comment followed by dumber comment
- BLAMING OBAMACARE ON CHIEF JUSTICE JOHN MARSHALL – Part 1
- Mulligans are for golf, not for political talking-heads: A defense of Hilary Rosen
- Politics is plumbing
- Santorum Proves that the Fat Lady is in Bad Voice
- Gingrich has overstayed his welcome with an ironic result
- Romney wobbles toward nomination
- Santorum wins Kansas but may pay a price for his focus on religious issues
- The Syrian Tinderbox
- Romney and the Frick and Frack Rule
- Blah candidates? What do we do now?
- The Lord Works in Mysterious Ways
- Anthony Shadid: The Brown of conflict zone journalism
- Independent Voters of Myth and Legend
- Nun-power forces President Obama to retreat
- Media Missed Santorum Surge Again
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- Hot #hashtags show a lot of interest among Dems & reporters on the left with #CPAC and #CPAC2014. Less interest on the right. 7 hours ago
- Democrats are watching every move at CPAC, have "spies on the ground" at CPAC. #conservatives #CPAC #Democrats #GOP news.yahoo.com/blogs/power-pl… 7 hours ago
- RT @mollyesque: CPAC attendance is down this yr. They raised prices, rumor is to keep the Paulite college kids from flooding the straw poll. 7 hours ago
- Hong Kong protests take aim at 'locust' shoppers of mainland China. #HongKong #China @scoopit sco.lt/91iDmz 9 hours ago
- Ukraine crisis: Sanctions a sticking point between U.S., Europe. #Ukraine #EU #US #Russia #Crimea @scoopit sco.lt/5NlWFd 10 hours ago
- Pew: 77% of US Catholics believe the Church should permit birth control. #Catholic #birthcontrol #polls #US pewforum.org/2014/03/06/cat… 1 day ago
- Is the Republican Party doomed because it is not attracting enough non-white voters? #GOP #minorities @scoopit sco.lt/92Xtuz 1 day ago
- All of these people have compared Vladimir Putin to Hitler. #Putin #Russia #Ukraine #Crimea #Hitler @scoopit sco.lt/7PzE2b 1 day ago
- The Tea Party is the GOP’s best friend. And that’s the problem. #GOP #TeaParty #politics @scoopit sco.lt/9GNqVd 1 day ago
- It's amazing what political candidates know about you. #politics #research @scoopit sco.lt/4yVoy9 4 days ago
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Category Archives: Controversial
by Elizaveta Egorova, PhD, and Ekaterina Egorova, PhD (This is an update of the April 2010 psychological profile of President Yanukovich by Ekaterina Egorova and Elizaveta Egorova.) Viktor Yanukovich’s choice between the association with the EU or the accession to the Customs Union is quite … Continue reading
By Ken Feltman I didn’t set a red line, the world set a red line. -President Barack Obama Yes, President Obama once again decided to vote “present” instead of making a decision. This is but the latest in a … Continue reading
By Ken Feltman Shortly after he had retired from the U.S. Supreme Court, Justice Harry Blackmun and his wife, Dorothy, joined another couple and my wife and me for a quiet dinner. He was reflective that evening, especially about … Continue reading
A question from Politico: Is it appropriate for politicians to use this time, in any capacity, to reexamine gun control?
By Ken Feltman It is appropriate and necessary for politicians and all of us to reexamine gun control. We do not need grandstanding, slogans and political posturing but we do need to take a long, hard look at the culture of violence … Continue reading
By Ken Feltman One of the surreal moments of this campaign came when I was staffing the desk at my congressional district’s nominating convention. An announcement on the public address system warned that delegates needed to claim their credentials and … Continue reading