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How to measure for a president: Why presidents’ power to persuade the public through speeches has always been exaggerated.
On Election Night, after a winning presidential candidate enjoys his victory party, he should be given a bathrobe, slippers, and taken to a decompression chamber. Victory can give a president-elect a ... read more
What will it take for this country to elect a woman president?
Here’s my question to you: What will it take for this country to elect a woman president? Interested to know which ones made it on air? Rich: A woman that has the presence ... Mrs. Clinton would have ... read more
The Power of False Narrative
This reality has given rise to an obsession among the power elite to control ... important controversies independently, President Obama and his administration have been the driving force in this manip... read more
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Did Trump pull a switcheroo? Roundup of SOTU commentary
CNN asked commentators for views on President ... to persuade voters of who he truly is. David Gergen has been a White House adviser to four presidents and is a senior political analyst at CNN. A grad... read more
The Republican Party and the African-American Vote
I’d like to thank President Ribeau, the Howard University faculty ... Some have said that I’m either brave or crazy to be here today. I’ve never been one to watch the world go by without participating ... read more
Weekend Opinionator: Truth Commission or More Rendition?
And that kind of disagreement can reduce the effectiveness of such a commission to persuade the public. And the public does need ... requires an enumeration of the population, which has always been re... read more
In the case of North Korea, the backchannel goal had been to tamp down the heated rhetoric between Washington and Pyongyang and to persuade the North Koreans ... pulls Trump’s chain again or whether P... read more
Obama, Moses and exaggerated expectations
The vote is in part a referendum on his first two years in office and the adoration has faded, not least because it would have been difficult for anyone to actually meet the high expectations he raise... read more
Lincoln in Hollywood, from Griffith to Spielberg
ABOUT HALFWAY through Steven Spielberg’s extraordinary new ... It is true that Lincoln always battled an abiding sadness, but his passivity has been greatly exaggerated. In 1864, he wrote to a Kentuck... read more
Sen. Biden's closed-door impeachment statement
The burden is, as it always has been, on those who ... with "the violation of some public trust." Furthermore, if the Articles' allegations are true, how can we leave the executive power in the hands ... read more
53 Historians Weigh In on Barack Obama’s Legacy
His policies were too moderate to electrify the public ... been a catastrophe for American freedom, perhaps a point of no return. In 2008 it was still possible to imagine that the power-grab of the Bu... read more