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By Richard BarryJust as we saw Mitt Romney do a 180 on policies he had previously championed in order to appeal to the "activist base" of the Republican Party, I have to wonder if Jeb Bush is similarly conflicted, at least in terms of what he thinks...
From: The Reaction | By: Richard K. Barry | Thursday, May 21, 2015
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By Richard BarryA piece by Ryan Cooper in The Week raises an interesting, if overstated, point that 2016 could be the first election in which the political press is sidelined. He argues that politicians are becoming so adept at using social media that...
From: The Reaction | By: Richard K. Barry | Friday, May 22, 2015
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By Richard BarryMy instinct is to push hard against wealth and privilege in American politics, which is what makes it hard for me to fully embrace Hillary Clinton's candidacy. I continue to hope that some of Bernie Sanders "social democratic" ideas get...
From: The Reaction | By: Richard K. Barry | Friday, May 22, 2015
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By Richard BarryI've been to a number of those off-the-record media roasts in which skits and songs are performed and politicians mix it up with members of the press, frequently making fun of themselves in a way that resonates with the tenor of media...
From: The Reaction | By: Richard K. Barry | Friday, May 22, 2015
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By Richard BarryThrough the miracle of the Internet, I found myself reading an article about Sen. Ted Cruz in a publication called the Texas Tribune. They first reported on his stump speech and the usual platitudes involving loving the Constitution,...
From: The Reaction | By: Richard K. Barry | Wednesday, May 20, 2015
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By Richard BarryA lot of people think politics is boring and not at all fun. But how can they think that? Perhaps it's because they've never been to New Jersey.As the political equivalent of a hanging curve ball, Gov. Christie told Megyn Kelly of Fox...
From: The Reaction | By: Richard K. Barry | Wednesday, May 20, 2015
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By Richard BarryFocus groups are very important. They can give us a deeper dive on voters' thought processes, maybe help us better understand which impressions are sticking and which are more ephemeral, perhaps even give us some insight into the emotions...
From: The Reaction | By: Richard K. Barry | Wednesday, May 20, 2015
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