Writing at the Washington Post, Jamelle Bouie predicts that reaction to the Internal Revenue Service's reported targeting of conservative groups is more likely to result in a "scandal circus" than in a serious look at the 501(c)4 designation.
As if the sequester were not bruising enough, Republicans and Democrats are gearing up to release dueling budgets that reflect different views of America's future, Jamelle Bouie writes at the American Prospect.
Americans are fine with drone strikes abroad but express ambivalence about killing other U.S. citizens, Jamelle Bouie blogs at the American Prospect.
In his Washington Post blog, Jamelle Bouie predicts that the Republican's campaign will continue using ads that encourage white voters to doubt Obama's concern for people like them.
In a blog entry at the American Prospect, Jamelle Bouie checks in on a poll that asked respondents about two Mitt Romney controversies: his record with Bain Capital and his tax returns. While neither result was good, the ongoing fight over his taxes has done more damage.
Jamelle Bouie, writing at the Washington Post, says that Mitt Romney's speech to the NAACP was indicative of the party's "extremely shaky" relationship with the black community.
Instead of complaining that Obama lacks a plan for jobs, American Prospect blogger Jamelle Bouie challenges the GOP to take up the American Jobs Act to help unemployment.
The American Prospect's Jamelle Bouie makes the case that Republicans, by refusing to work with the president, have made him a lot more liberal.
American Prospect blogger Jamelle Bouie details how women are leaving the Republican Party over what many view as "anti-women" rhetoric. The war on women may have reached an official breaking point, and Bouie's got the stats to prove it.
American Prospect blogger Jamelle Bouie writes about Kenneth Chamberlain Sr., a Marine veteran who was fatally shot by police officers when his medical-alert pendant tripped an alarm.