Yet while mugging for the Daily Show cameras, Obama deftly reminded Americans that the Democrats have a good story to tell and urged them to keep the faith.
Stewart has suggested people carry signs with moderate, reasonable messages such as "I disagree with you, but I'm pretty sure you're not Hitler."
The former U.S. president, who has been stumping for Democratic candidates for the past two months, added that he doesn’t know if he he’s “made a lick of difference,” but he’s had fun doing it.
In the public debate during the legislative elections, we hear a lot about taxes, public debt, health care reform and the latest antics of candidates such as Christine O'Donnell and Carl Paladino. However, another key issue for the future of the country is passing almost unnoticed: education.
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The transaction to be made between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia is the ultimate proof of the return of ruthless geopolitics, as well as the saying that goes: “He may be a scoundrel, but he's our scoundrel.”
There has been a radical change in America’s strategy for dealing with Afghanistan and Pakistan: The Obama administration has agreed to open channels of communication between the Taliban and the government in Kabul. The United States has secured passage for negotiators with the help of NATO forces, while at the same [Read more]
It is a well-known fact that top managers are often faced with the dilemma between sacrificing long-term objectives in favor of short-term ones or the other way around. Things are not all that different when it comes to politics. The best measures are often similar to medicine: They have a bitter taste. What would you [Read more]
The California referendum, rejected by the federal government, is a stunning example of the lack of shared responsibility among consuming societies and producing countries.