The Irrational Behavior of Politicians

By Chuck Conconi There is an unavoidable level of cynicism that comes from watching politicians who have traded insults with Donald Trump during a campaign rush to the White House seeking the president’s blessing and, just maybe, an impressive appointment. How else could anyone explain Sen. Ted Cruz with his wife and children dining at the […] The post The Irrational Behavior of Politicians appeared first o

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The Irrational Behavior of Politicians

By Chuck Conconi There is an unavoidable level of cynicism that comes from watching politicians who have traded insults with Donald Trump during a campaign rush to the White House seeking the president’s blessing and, just maybe, an impressive appointment. How else could anyone explain Sen. Ted Cruz with his wife and children dining at the […] The post The Irrational Behavior of Politicians appeared first o

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Trump, DC Journalism, and the Annual Correspondents’ Dinner

It certainly isn’t important in the present scheme of things that President Trump has made a petulant decision not to attend the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner. His decision upset some of the dinner planners, but he may have inadvertently accomplished a good thing for Washington journalism. Over the years, presidents have found time, often […] The post Trump, DC Journalism, and the Annual Corresp

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Trump, DC Journalism, and the Annual Correspondents’ Dinner

It certainly isn’t important in the present scheme of things that President Trump has made a petulant decision not to attend the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner. His decision upset some of the dinner planners, but he may have inadvertently accomplished a good thing for Washington journalism. Over the years, presidents have found time, often […] The post Trump, DC Journalism, and the Annual Corresp

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Trump, DC Journalism, and the Annual Correspondents’ Dinner

It certainly isn’t important in the present scheme of things that President Trump has made a petulant decision not to attend the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner. His decision upset some of the dinner planners, but he may have inadvertently accomplished a good thing for Washington journalism. Over the years, presidents have found time, often […] The post Trump, DC Journalism, and the Annual Corresp

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Guest Column: 2018 Elections Should Reveal if Democrats’ Anti-Trump ‘Tsunami’ Pays Off

Ron Faucheux is a political analyst, author and pollster. He publishes LunchtimePolitics.com, a daily newsletter on polls. He also runs Clarus Research Group, a nonpartisan survey research firm that has worked for the Advocate and WWL-TV. After the bloodletting of last year’s election, most of us aren’t ready for another one. But, in fewer than 20 […] The post Guest Column: 2018 Elections Should Reveal if D

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Guest Column: 2018 Elections Should Reveal if Democrats’ Anti-Trump ‘Tsunami’ Pays Off

Ron Faucheux is a political analyst, author and pollster. He publishes LunchtimePolitics.com, a daily newsletter on polls. He also runs Clarus Research Group, a nonpartisan survey research firm that has worked for the Advocate and WWL-TV. After the bloodletting of last year’s election, most of us aren’t ready for another one. But, in fewer than 20 […] The post Guest Column: 2018 Elections Should Reveal if D

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Guest Column: 2018 Elections Should Reveal if Democrats’ Anti-Trump ‘Tsunami’ Pays Off

Ron Faucheux is a political analyst, author and pollster. He publishes LunchtimePolitics.com, a daily newsletter on polls. He also runs Clarus Research Group, a nonpartisan survey research firm that has worked for the Advocate and WWL-TV. After the bloodletting of last year’s election, most of us aren’t ready for another one. But, in fewer than 20 […] The post Guest Column: 2018 Elections Should Reveal if D

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Clinton Advisor Shares Insights on Election and African American Voter Outreach

Joel Payne, Director of African American Paid Media and Advertising for the 2016 Hillary Clinton Campaign, discusses his insights on the final outcome of the election and assesses how both campaigns engaged with African American voters. Payne rejoined Qorvis MSLGROUP in November 2016 following the election.   The post Clinton Advisor Shares Insights on Election and African American Voter Outreach appeared f

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Clinton Advisor Shares Insights on Election and African American Voter Outreach

Joel Payne, Director of African American Paid Media and Advertising for the 2016 Hillary Clinton Campaign, discusses his insights on the final outcome of the election and assesses how both campaigns engaged with African American voters. Payne rejoined Qorvis MSLGROUP in November 2016 following the election.   The post Clinton Advisor Shares Insights on Election and African American Voter Outreach appeared f

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