by Eugene Robinson onSeptember 22, 2012
Reflecting on Mitt Romney's recent comments about the "47 percent," Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson says that "voters will soon have the opportunity to show him we're not as stupid as he thinks."
by Elon James White onSeptember 19, 2012
To the candidate and some supporters, it's very presidential to dismiss half of the electorate.
by Edward Wyckoff Williams onSeptember 18, 2012
Romney couldn't have been more wrong when he dismissed half of Americans as entitled freeloaders.
by Farai Chideya onAugust 16, 2012
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by Michael Steele onDecember 5, 2011
Playing cynical games with these grassroots movements can backfire on leaders in both parties.
by Nsenga Burton onSeptember 19, 2011
Republicans have called the president's plan "class warfare" on the wealthy.
by Joel Dreyfuss onJune 19, 2011
The Washington Post tackles the growing wage gap between employees and executives at companies, and it's not a pretty sight.
by Jack White onApril 20, 2011
This week's RightWatch takes aim at a New York Times columnist who imagines people of color cutting off benefits to elderly whites.
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