Also: Mike Lux blows up conventional wisdom about Democrats in the Age Of Trump.
Trump's newest chief economic advisor has been making vastly incorrect economic forecasts since 2005.
So, 241 years ago we had that whole Declaration of Independence thing. The July 4th holiday is always a good time to think about what true patriotism is, and to think about history a little— especially about the lessons of history for the moment we are living in right now. Patriotism at its best is the kind that loves our country passionately, treasures what is great about it (which is a lot), but also looks honestly at our flaws, past and present, and resolves to make our nation better.
In today’s installment of “Mike Lux: The Politics Guy,” we take on that whole Russia thing, truly one of the weirdest twists in American politics since… well, ever. Where there is smoke there is fire, and this one threatens to burn down the White House.
Launching the first episode of "The Politics Guy," veteran DC Democratic strategist Mike Lux shatters the Washington mythology of Paul Ryan as a policy wonk, with commentary on the failure of the ACA repeal and the upcoming battle on tax reform.
My mom passed away in March, and I've been missing her a great deal. She wasn't just my mom: she was my hero and my role model. So in honor of my mom on Mother's Day, and in honor of all mothers who teach their children right, my organization, American Family Voices, made this video
No surprise that a populist progressive Democrat like me would like President Obama's State of the Union address that talked so much about lifting up the middle class. But there's a background story on getting to the president's message last night
Ezra Klein, who's been a reliable White House conduit, says the White House is going to make a deal with the Republicans that will accept a relatively small increase in taxes on millionaires -- in exchange for the chained CPI that will cut
Mike Lux talks about the Villagers' salivating at the thought of NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg considering a third-party run for the presidency. He's surprised that the third-party push isn't coming from the left wing, but from a certain kind of
Mike Lux: Liberal Outside Interest Groups Can't Fight Back Because Obama Blocked Big Donor Contributions
See that picture up there, of all the front groups the insurance industry used to erode health care reform? Mike Lux has an interesting piece up at Open Left, where he talks about how much more effective it is when outside groups deliver your
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