Thursday, January 3, 2013
Chris Christie May Be the Smartest Man in PoliticsBy Ron Fournier
The smartest move in politics today is to move against Washington and the two major parties. And the smartest man in politics may be Chris Christie.
What do you think of him?


Chris Christie May Be the Smartest Man in Politics

By Ron Fournier

The smartest move in politics today is to move against Washington and the two major parties. And the smartest man in politics may be Chris Christie.

What do you think of him?

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Photos of the Year

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From the big (historic elections, pivotal Supreme Court decisions, massive protests overseas, once-in-a-generation storms, the London Olympics) to the small (an empty chair, a tarmac argument, political rhetoric, endless political rhetoric) 2012 was a year replete with interesting moments. Check out some of the best stories captured on camera here.

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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

In which former Senator Alan Simpson, R-Wyo., dances Gangnam Style. The reason? He wants young people to become involved in a discussion about cutting the national debt. Does this video inspire you to become involved?

(Source: youtube.com)

Friday, November 30, 2012

It’s finally Friday! Here’s a video to get you through the last stretch of this long week. —BdM

As President Obama decides who will succeed Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., might get the short end of the stick once more.

Created by: Matt Vasilogambros & Rachel Fauber 

As President Obama decides who will succeed Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., might get the short end of the stick once more.


Created by: Matt VasilogambrosRachel Fauber 

Friday, November 16, 2012
Here we see Sen. Grassley targeting the Fantasy/SciFi demographic. —BdM

Here we see Sen. Grassley targeting the Fantasy/SciFi demographic. —BdM

The cover of the November 17 issue of National Journal.
Meet the Incoming Members of Congress. By the Almanac of American Politics Staff 

The cover of the November 17 issue of National Journal.

Meet the Incoming Members of CongressBy the Almanac of American Politics Staff 

Friday, November 9, 2012
The cover of the November 10 issue of National Journal.
The Final Act: Now Obama can work on his legacy. But first he must avert a recession, reduce the deficit, and make peace with Republicans. Here’s how.

The cover of the November 10 issue of National Journal.

The Final Act: Now Obama can work on his legacy. But first he must avert a recession, reduce the deficit, and make peace with Republicans. Here’s how.

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Top 10 Democrat and Republican Presidential Contenders for 2016

Too soon? Maybe. But if you’re sad about Romney losing on Tuesday, find solace in who might be gracing the ballot in four years. 

See the full list of Democrat and Republican contenders.

Who would you vote for?