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What Makes Us Exceptional

| August 31, 2012

It is not that American Exceptionalism is being lost, it’s that those who want to “tabe back America” have lost sight of what has made America exceptional, argues Dan Gelber after watching the Republican National Convention.

The RNC’s “You Built It” Fallacies

| August 29, 2012

The Republican National Convention devoted its first full day in Tampa to refuting Obama’s alleged claim that if you have a business, you didn’t build it. Except that he never made such a claim. Not even close. The convention’s twist is emblematic of thematic, systematic deceptions.

Jeb Bush, the Elephant at the Republican National Convention, May Be Thinking 2016

| August 28, 2012

Jeb Bush, sought after for establishment Republican endorsements, appears ready to take his brand of policy-driven conservatism to a broader national audience, with the 2016 or 2020 presidentials in mind.

Isaac Forces Republican Leaders to Shutter Monday’s Convention Schedule in Tampa

| August 25, 2012

With Tropical Storm Isaac bearing down on Florida, Republican leaders will convene Monday and immediately recess until Tuesday afternoon. Organizers are concerned, in part, about transportation problems as high winds and other storm conditions threaten the Tampa Bay area.

Rick Scott Tapped as Speaker at Republican Convention in Tampa, But Role May Be Minor

| August 6, 2012

Rick Scott is not as strong a public speaker as a number of other GOP leaders, and his message – that the Florida economy is looking up is at odds with the national message of presidential candidate Mitt Romney.


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