O’s foreign policy, Northern Triangle edition

by Fausta Rodriguez Wertz [The Northern Triangle refers to El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras in Central America.] I live in Princeton, NJ, where you can find the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. I am not connected to the School, or to Princeton University, but over the years I have attended many speeches, … Continue reading O’s foreign policy, Northern Triangle edition

The Washington Post Channels Captain Obvious

Fool me once and you've fooled me, fool me twice and you've fooled me two times, the third time would make it three times. Captain Obvious (for Hotels.com) The Washington Post makes an amazing discovery today: Proud to be an American? You’re probably not a true liberal. That's not really an amazing statement per se, … Continue reading The Washington Post Channels Captain Obvious

Political Effects of the McCullen v Coakley Case MA & New Hampshire

The McCullen v Coakley case that removed the three-point lines in Massachusetts is the potential to have some interesting effects on both the national level and the local level. Locally of course Coakley is Martha Coakley the current AG of Massachusetts now running for governor. Earlier this month Steve Grossman managed to get the endorsement … Continue reading Political Effects of the McCullen v Coakley Case MA & New Hampshire