Voters are in a sour mood, which could lead to trouble for incumbents in Congress and statehouses in 2010, bipartisan pollsters say. Will it be a repeat of the 'Republican revolution' of 1994?
Job growth will be a key factor in whether voters let Democrats retain control of the House in 2010, says John Podesta, influential Democrat and CEO of Center for American Progress. Obama's approval rating will be another.
Sen. Carl Levin cited concerns about stress on the US military as the US decides its next steps in Afghanistan. Levin spoke at a Monitor breakfast Thursday.
The nation’s GDP grew in the third quarter. But Obama's chief economist Christina Romer says the US is 'still in for more bad news' on jobs until GDP grows even more.
Huckabee, a 2008 GOP presidential candidate and social conservative, criticizes the selection process in NY-23 race, but sees room in party for liberal Republicans.
Perino calls for more straight reporting rather than opinion disguised as “analysis.”
Bill McInturff was the featured guest at Thursday’s Monitor Breakfast.
The Homeland Security Secretary said government agencies must be integrated in order to be effective.
Adm. Mike Mullen is pushing to get more planes and helicopters there to make up for the lack of troops.
While Obama is a great orator, debating isn't his strong suit, says communications chief Robert Gibbs.
Though McCain’s ground effort started late, old Bush hand Mike DuHaime says it can catch up with Obama’s.
Steven Preston, Housing and Urban Development secretary, sees 2009 as a better year, even if some regions lag.