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As we head into Iowa’s caucus in just two weeks, the pattern does not favor the Clinton campaign.

Will Hillary Clinton's campaign emphasize her gender in her 2016 race for the presidency, or will she take a different path?

Palin knew nothing when she was almost a heartbeat away from the presidency. She has done nothing in the intervening six years to change that.

Republicans have an appetite to win in 2016. But Hillary Clinton is seen to be a formidable opponent.

Foreign policy may play a larger role in the 2016 election with the current state of global threats.

You may be sick of presidential politics -- but the system needs it.

  • Jonathan Bernstein
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  • May 2, 2013
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He is tapping into a growing strain in American politics: libertarianism.

It's the "invisible primary" season, where very little can be taken at face value

  • Jonathan Bernstein
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  • Jan 10, 2013
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As dire as things look now for the Republican Party, they can get better if it is willing to make the necessary adjustments.

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