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Bowers: Filibuster Reform Can End Appointments Obstruction (Dec 31)

Why We Won't Get Along (Dec 30)

Bowers: Filibuster Reform Has Little Downside for Progressives (Dec 30)

Filibuster Could Be Dead in a Week (Dec 29)

Blinded by the Klieg Lights (Dec 29)

"Yes, Yes, Long Live the Revolution" (Dec 28)

How 'Citizens United' Ruling Screws the Free Market (Dec 28)

Progressives: Obama's recent criticisms seemed deeply unfair but could turn out to be the most helpful thing he could possibly have done for us - if it makes us finally take seriously the job of building an independent grass-roots progressive movement. (Dec 26)

The Future is Blue, Part II (Dec 23)

Year End, fresh Start? (Dec 23)

Haley Barbour's Amnesia (Dec 22)

The Future is Blue (Dec 22)

Mean Regression (Dec 22)

Within the progressive criticism of Obama there are actually two profoundly different perspectives -- and it is vital that Democrats clearly distinguish between them. (Dec 21)

TDS Co-Editor Ruy Teixeira: Obama Trusted by Middle Class More Than GOP (Dec 21)

TDS Co-Editor William Galston: What Obama Should Do Next (Dec 20)

Obama cannot be an activist, an organizer and a legislator at the same time. He is right to redefine himself but has not successfully made one coherent role his own. The careful study of these three political roles suggests how he can proceed (Dec 20)

2012 Challenge: Mobilizing Obama's Dormant Coalition (Dec 18)

Primary Challenge to Obama? Not In New Hampshire. (Dec 17)

Session Suddenly Not So Lame (Dec 17)

Filibuster Reform: Jan. 5...or Later? (Dec 17)

Cut-And-Run-Go (Dec 16)

Why the Estate Tax Can't Get Traction (Dec 16)

The VERY Wide Open 2012 GOP Presidential Race (Dec 16)

The Democrats' Challenge to Winning Back the House, Pt. 1: Manufacturing, Race, and Education (Dec 16)

Reid Blasts Kyl, DeMint for 'Sanctimonious Lectures' (Dec 15)

Deficits May Matter, But Less Than Anything Else (Dec 15)

Conservative Crosshairs (Dec 15)

Here Come Regressive State Taxes (Dec 14)

GOP Strawman Falls (Dec 14)

Conservatives Sneaking Out of Class on Tax Deal (Dec 14)

If I Had Some Ham.... (Dec 13)

Constitutional Spin Wars (Dec 13)

The Spinach President (Dec 13)

TDS Co-Editor Ruy Teixeira: Public Favors START, Dream Act, DADT Repeal (Dec 13)

TDS Contributor Mike Lux: An Open Letter to the President (Dec 10)

How Americans Really Feel About Body Scanners and WikiLeaks (Dec 10)

TDS Contributor Robert Creamer: High Stakes of Tax Deal Challenge Progressives (Dec 10)

Time Right for Filibuster Reform? (Dec 10)

Where It Stops, Nobody Knows (Dec 9)

So Split the Difference(s) (Dec 9)

TDS Co-Editor William Galston: The Only Way Obama Can Win In 2012 (Dec 9)

Let's Say Tax Deal Rebellion Succeeds: Then What? (Dec 8)

Michigan Poll Shows Difference Between 2010 and 2012 Landscapes (Dec 7)

Keeping Things Straight On the Tax Deal (Dec 7)

The Best Deal He Could Get? (Dec 7)

Ol' Huck Keeping His Options Open (Dec 6)

Extremism In the Name of Liberty (Dec 6)

TDS Co-Editor Ruy Teixeira: Public Nixes Tax Cuts for Rich, Slashing Social Security (Dec 6)

TDS Contributor Alan Abramowitz: Poll Shows Americans As Ideological Conservatives, Operational Liberals (Dec 3)

Ryan Rides High Again--For the Moment (Dec 3)

Bowles-Simpson Report: Eyes of the Beholder (Dec 3)

Do Deficits Really Matter Most? (Dec 2)

Outing the GOP's Phony 'Bipartisanship' (Dec 2)

TDS Co-Editor William Galston: The American Public Wants a Deficit Compromise (Dec 2)

Latinos and the Exit Polls (Dec 1)

Why Obama Won't Face a Primary Challenge (Dec 1)