The president’s critics say he’s too detached. Paul Begala explores this ridiculous line of reasoning.
Paul Begala is a Newsweek/Daily Beast columnist, a CNN contributor, an affiliated professor of public policy at Georgetown, and a senior adviser to Priorities USA Action, a progressive PAC.
The Obama we saw yesterday is simply not the same politician who governed for the past four years. He’s a better one, says Paul Begala.
Crafting an inaugural address in an age of cheap partisanship is no easy task. Paul Begala on how the president can rise to the challenge.
Losing sucks—and healing is hard. Paul Begala offers advice to hurting Republicans.
Bill Clinton keeps knocking it out of the park. Paul Begala on how he does it.
It was the most important and difficult sales pitch of Mitt Romney’s life. And he blew it.
The choice of Paul Ryan for veep shows that Romney’s decided to go nuclear in the class war.
The Koch brothers should learn to take a joke. Attacking comedian Zach Galifianakis is a no-win proposition for the GOP sugar daddies, says Paul Begala.
Ted Cruz’s Senate victory sends a message to the GOP establishment. By Paul Begala.
Dubya has some thoughts on the economy. Too bad America would be better off without them.