Monthly Archives: May 2012

Why Legends Lose

By Peter E. Feltman An excellent way to understand why voters sent Senator Richard Lugar (R-Indiana) packing by a 20-point margin after 36 years in office is to read his own news releases. A review of these makes clear that … Continue reading

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Dumb comment followed by dumber comment

By Ken Feltman Senator Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) gets more security after a tea party supporter says, “We have to kill the Claire Bear….” U.S. Capitol Police are investigating. Meanwhile, potential GOP opponent Sarah Steelman says she supports that man’s “right … Continue reading

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By Anthony W. Hawks During the recent Supreme Court oral arguments on the Obamacare individual mandate, Chief Justice John Marshall was invoked no less than three times: once by Justice Sotomayer to suggest that Marshall’s opinion in Gibbons v. Ogden allowed Congress to … Continue reading

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