Joe Biden

2024, a referendum on the loser

By John Stoehr / January 4, 2024 /

Normally, it’s a referendum on the incumbent. Not this year.

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If running for president, who would you rather be?

By John Stoehr / December 21, 2023 /

The answer is obvious, but to see it, you have to break “the illusion of presidential omnipotence.”

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House Republicans ‘will regret’ voting for impeachment inquiry

By John Stoehr / December 15, 2023 /

An interview with the peerless Jill Lawrence.

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For Joe Biden, a turnaround in public opinion is coming soon

By John Stoehr / December 15, 2023 /

Most people still can’t believe Trump will be the GOP’s nominee.

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Impeachment is probably coming

By John Stoehr / December 6, 2023 /

We shouldn’t have any illusions about it. I doubt the president does.

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First law of all political reporting ever? Don’t let it be boring

By John Stoehr / December 4, 2023 /

2024 could be simpler than it seems.

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The Israel-Hamas war threatens to fracture the Democrats

By John Stoehr / November 30, 2023 /

There’s still time to close divisions by ending the war. But the way to do that, probably, is for the president to continue “bear-hugging” Israel.

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Is Netanyahu personally invested in prolonging the war?

By John Stoehr / November 27, 2023 /

“He’s in extreme trouble,” says Middle East expert Hussein Ibish.

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Biden deescalated violence by deescalating violent rhetoric

By John Stoehr / October 20, 2023 /

A “democratic and decent response” to war in Ukraine and Israel.

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Biden’s statesmen’s balance tested at home and abroad

By John Stoehr / October 12, 2023 /

The prospect of antisemitic violence in America as well as Israel.

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