Then the time is now to stop pussyfooting around with the Tories, and do this, FFS. The SNP and Plaid Cymru are open to a progressive coalition? Do it, Nick. If you think that David Cameron is g
I board the first of two flights on a PDX-AMS-BRS itinerary in 90 60 minutes (which means I am safely ensconced in an airport bar). I am missing election day, which suits me fine, because in this el
The Guardian endorses the Liberal Democrats. While endorsements do not have the power that The Sun believes, they can affect outcomes at the margins. In my own work, endorsements have been shown t
Following five days in Chicago “working” at my day job, and then a couple days on the Oregon coast celebrating my birthday with my fiancée, it’s time to get back to serious business
Perhaps. I was unaware of this trio prior to reading about them over at UK Polling Report, which is odd as I’ve been reading The Times‘ soccer (football) coverage for the past ten years.
As the election has now been called, expect a lot of such breathless pieces describing the fact that the British “electoral system” could produce a result where one party receives a plural
1. Poetic justice. Shorter: states that had tight-fisted approaches to health care in general and medicaid in particular are worried about the burden imposed by the health care reform law. Longer: &
Can be found here. In short, it looks to be successful. Longer, the BPIX poll that was released yesterday is being touted as having a large enough sample size to say something about the marginals that