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Posts tagged with ‘bipartisanship’

  • What a divided America actually hears when Obama speaks

    By Greg Jaffe via The Washington Post on February 18, 2016
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    As President Obama spoke of the country’s deepening sense of alienation and anger last month, a teacher in Michigan listened, her eyes fixed on the stone-faced Republicans in the House chamber who in her view represented the problem. “Let’s get over the party lines and work together!” she tweeted during the president’s State of the Union address. In Maryland, a […]
  • Reaching Consensus on Taxes

    By John Guy on May 15, 2014
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    Indianapolis Star columnist Matthew Tully reported that a bipartisan consensus appears to be developing around a “radical” idea: raise taxes. His topic was police protection, but the important element is consensus, a magical, hard-to-understand, almost-impossible-to-predict process by which a civil society arrives at resource allocation and social priorities. History is loaded with political decisions, positive and negative, that arose from […]