Monthly Archives: February 2016

The Trap of “More Electable”

Now that it’s looking more and more like Donald Trump is going to win the Republican nomination, I think it’s time to take a step back and think about what this means and portends for the general. For Democrats, the question now is, … Continue reading

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Brooklyn in the House!

  It’s been ten days since my last post here. I think the winter doldrums have got me down. I’m still not feeling especially inspired, but I thought I might just throw out some off-the-cuff observations about last night’s New Hampshire primary. … Continue reading

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