Readers write about the GOP losing young Republicans, how the US can walk its talk on human rights, and why US policies toward Cuba should be relaxed.
Bill McInturff was the featured guest at Thursday’s Monitor Breakfast.
Reflecting an Obama age, they want more diversity and pragmatism, less partisanship.
Congress's rescue of financial institutions may prove the exception, as automakers learned last week.
Despite policy pullbacks and some appointments, most liberals are happy.
US could tap $700 billion financial-rescue fund to keep automakers afloat temporarily.
In the Senate, many Republicans resist $14 billion package, worried that the industry won't repay US loans or become more competitive.