Although the outcome of this fall's midterm elections didn't suggest great possibilities for the last two years of President Obama's term, he would like to suggest, as he does in this speech after Wednesday's START vote, that .
This week's episode of "Left, Right & Center" features a double dose of commentary from the right, making the conversation about Obama's strategy in Afghanistan, the death of Richard Holbrooke, the future of health care reform, the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission's findings .
California Sen. Barbara Boxer is one of a group of purportedly left-leaning politicians who is choosing to throw in with President Obama in his plan to preserve Bush-era tax cuts that give the wealthy a break along with Americans hailing from lower-income brackets.
From the "White House White Board" to Glenn Beck's blackboard, it seems like everyone's trying to spell out fundamental political concepts using methods usually reserved for elementary school teachers. Does this say something about their opinions of American voters?
What are we to make of Obama's concessionary tax-cut move this week? Politically savvy or just another sign that what some of us bought isn't what we got in our president? There's definitely some disagreement about this point among the panelists .