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The Conservative "Christianization" of Thomas Jefferson: A new book claims America's great champion of religious freedom and tolerance was actually just a conventionally devout and pious Christian. Sadly, millions of Americans will believe it's true. (Apr 30)

An Alternative to Whining About Dem Failures (Apr 30)

Ryan's Denial of Ayn Rand Won't Stick (Apr 27)

Florida Battleground a Huge Challenge for Dems (Apr 27)

Romney's Twisted 'Fairness' Meme Not Likely to Fool Many Voters (Apr 26)

Political Strategy Notes (Apr 26)

How Far Can Romney Pivot on Immigration? (Apr 25)

Obama Has Early Edge in Ground Game (Apr 25)

'Blue Dog' Losses: Good Party Discipline or Shrinking Big Tent? (Apr 25)

TDS Co-Editor William Galston: A Tax Reform Proposal That Could Win Over Everybody (Apr 24)

Stalking the Elusive 'Real Romney' (Apr 24)

Labor's Pivotal Role in Progressive Politics (Apr 24)

How to Prep for Polling Anomalies (Apr 24)

So Howya Like Funding ALEC? (Apr 23)

Creamer: Getting to Know 'Real' Romney Won't Help Him (Apr 23)

Political Strategy Notes (Apr 23)

Why the Christian Right Doesn't Care That Mitt Romney is a Mormon (Apr 20)

Dick Morris' House of Cards, and the Bishops Crack Down (Apr 20)

Tomasky: At This Stage Negotiating with GOP is a Fool's Errand (Apr 20)

Romney's 'Weaselly Refusal' Re VAWA Won't Help GOP (Apr 19)

Political Strategy Notes (Apr 19)

Dems Up in Battleground, Ryan Budget Could Finish the Job (Apr 18)

Kilgore: Demographic Voting Trends Track '08 Pattern (Apr 18)

Dems Should Address Internal Arguments, But Not to Distraction (Apr 18)

Chait: Why 'Bipartisanship' Tanked (Apr 17)

More Than a Referendum (Apr 16)

Lux: GOP's 1896 Robber Baron Agenda a Non-Starter for Serious Voters (Apr 16)

Schmitt: How Progressive Coalition Checks Corporate Abuse (Apr 16)

Political Strategy Notes (Apr 16)

TDS Co-Editor Ruy Teixeira: Public Supports 'Fairness' Overwhelmingly (Apr 16)

Teixeira's Field Guide to Swing Voters (Apr 13)

Dems Set to Benefit from Demographic Trends (Apr 13)

Even Wendy's Dumps ALEC (Apr 13)

Being "Too Conservative" Not Santorum's Downfall--Not in This Republican Party! (Apr 12)

Lux: Dems Need Nuanced Populism in Messaging (Apr 12)

Strategic Decision by Obama Campaign? (Apr 12)

Political Strategy Notes (Apr 12)

The Latino Vote: Where it Matters Most (Apr 11)

Romney Tanking in Battleground States (Apr 11)

Creamer: How 'Buffett Rule' Can Spur Growth (Apr 11)

New Coalition Network Mobilizing to Fight ALEC (Apr 10)

All About the Swingers (Apr 10)

The Third Way study and the issue "that dares not speak its name" (Apr 9)

GOP Focus Groups Reveal Strategy for Appeal to Young Voters (Apr 9)

Third Way: Obama Has Edge in 'Likeability' with Swing Voters, But Needs Stronger 'Opportunity' Message (Apr 9)

Political Strategy Notes (Apr 9)

TDS Co-Editor William Galston: Obama Should Stay Focused On Substance of Health Reform Attack, Not the Supreme Court (Apr 6)

Lux: Dems Must Fight Right-Wing Dystopia of Rand, Darwin (Apr 6)

Mitt Hasn't Quite "Sealed the Deal" With the Right (Apr 5)

Political Strategy Notes (Apr 5)

Obama Beats Romney In Tuesday Primaries (Apr 4)

Gender Gap May Give Obama Pivotal Edge (Apr 4)

Mitt's Credibility Problem, Politico's Election-Turning Moments, and a Case of Election (sic!) Fraud (Apr 4)

Voters Support New EPA Rules on Carbon Emissions (Apr 3)

'Magical Thinking" vs. 'Plan B' (Apr 3)

Mitt Romney's Sinking Approval Ratings (Apr 2)

Romney May Pay Price for His Union-bashing (Apr 2)

Political Strategy Notes (Apr 2)