<b>In an increasingly divided United States, the November 4th midterm elections are seen as a referendum on the president, but local interests, economic strategies and future visions will influence the result.</b>
The 2014 midterms are a referendum for and against Barack Obama. This is how they have often been [Read more]
Making them squeal portends tough times ahead for the Democrats.
Americans are afraid...and Congress is getting more hawkish.
The announcement of the defeat of the Democrats in the midterm elections is a retributive vote directed at the management of the weakened president, Barack Obama.
The end result, which gives control of the Senate to the Republicans and extends their majority in the House, may reconfigure the country’s electoral [Read more]
If the Republicans succeed in capturing both houses of Congress, it will prove less difficult for Obama than it will for the GOP itself: Increased responsibility will be accompanied by higher expectations.
In the next nine days, if everything goes as it seems it will, the Obama administration and the Democratic Party are going to get an electoral beating that will allow the Republicans to capture the Senate, widen their majority in the House of Representatives and prepare the ground for an attack on the White House in [Read more]
The Democrats could be set to lose control of the U.S Senate this coming Nov. 4. This may just prove to be a fitting punishment for an unpopular president.
The midterm elections in the United States are a thermometer of what might happen in the presidential elections two years from now. The 2014 elections are no exception, and the outlook does not look good for Democratic ambitions to continue to govern due to the fact that it has been very difficult for Barack Obama’s [Read more]
Lacking a substantial theme to focus debate, Republicans and Democrats resolve their differences over an illness with high levels of mass panic.