Voters' dilemma: What happens if it's Hillary vs. Trump?

csmonitor.com — Many voters aren't enthused about the prospect of a Clinton vs. Trump election. The question is, do they fall in line and back one - or not? Justin Schoville accomplished a rare feat for a protester at a Trump event: He managed to get himself thrown out - three times - just before Donald Trump's maiden foreign policy address at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington on Wednesday.

In watershed abortion case, view from the Supreme Court stairs (+video)

csmonitor.com — At issue in Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt is a Texas law, House Bill 2, which places new requirements on doctors and abortion clinics. In advance of Wednesday's Supreme Court hearing, the Monitor examined abortion in Texas in a three-part series looking at those most affected by the Texas law, the 'pro-life' answer to abortion clinics, and how hard it is to get an abortion in the state.

Angry? That's not how Donald Trump voters see themselves. (+video)

csmonitor.com — Donald Trump's dominating Super Tuesday shows the triumph of angry Republican voters, right? Not really, say some of his supporters. Super Tuesday, it would seem, was a confirmation of the idea that this Republican primary season belongs to the "angry voter." Donald Trump walked to victories in seven of the 11 states that voted Tuesday, with antiestablishment Sen.

In watershed abortion case, view from the Supreme Court stairs

csmonitor.com — At issue in Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt is a Texas law, House Bill 2, which places new requirements on doctors and abortion clinics. In advance of Wednesday's Supreme Court hearing, the Monitor examined abortion in Texas in a three-part series looking at those most affected by the Texas law, the 'pro-life' answer to abortion clinics, and how hard it is to get an abortion in the state.

Angry? That's not how Donald Trump voters see themselves.

csmonitor.com — Donald Trump's dominating Super Tuesday shows the triumph of angry Republican voters, right? Not really, say some of his supporters. Super Tuesday, it would seem, was a confirmation of the idea that this Republican primary season belongs to the "angry voter." Donald Trump walked to victories in seven of the 11 states that voted Tuesday, with antiestablishment Sen.

How one state turned its 'heroin crisis' into a national lesson

csmonitor.com — Vermont's pioneering focus on treatment amid an opioid crisis is being embraced by politicians of both parties - well beyond the state. America's opioid addiction crisis, now claiming 78 lives a day, is sweeping aside party lines both at the state level and even in famously gridlocked Washington.

Why young women abandon Hillary Clinton

csmonitor.com — As the Clinton campaign turns its attention to South Carolina, its drubbing in New Hampshire suggests Hillary Clinton's feminist credentials simply don't appeal to young women. Explaining Hillary Clinton has long been a thriving subculture in American punditry. After New Hampshire, there's a new wrinkle: Why are young women abandoning her?

New Hampshire's big test: Can the establishment strike back? (+video)

csmonitor.com — Despite all the talk about this unusual primary season, Ted Cruz won Iowa by playing to the classic political playbook. Now John Kasich is trying to do the same in New Hampshire. By the conventional rules of the New Hampshire primary, Ohio Gov.

New Hampshire's big test: Can the establishment strike back?

csmonitor.com — Despite all the talk about this unusual primary season, Ted Cruz won Iowa by playing to the classic political playbook. Now John Kasich is trying to do the same in New Hampshire. By the conventional rules of the New Hampshire primary, Ohio Gov.

Presidential election looks very different from N.H. town halls

csmonitor.com — The presidential election can often look loud and angry. New Hampshire's town halls offer more substantive view. The iconic images of the 2016 presidential race are outsize personalities and massive rallies peopled with "angry voters" who, in some respects, often function as convenient props, cheering on cue.
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Sep 26, 2016

RT @JamesFallows: I wonder how DJT’s affect toward HRC is working with the women’s vote.

Jul 07, 2016

Elites take seriously why people feel betrayed by elites. Good! Economist Jeffrey Sachs On Globalization’s Risks  http://disq.us/t/2a3ffjl 

Apr 30, 2016

Voters' dilemma: What happens if it's Hillary vs. Trump?  http://fw.to/6H9IMJf 

Apr 11, 2016

Bern but not burn. By stepping back from Clinton attacks, Sanders makes a statement  http://fw.to/k2QYU2D 

Mar 29, 2016

hoo-rah! Fiction Prize to Marilynne Robinson | News Releases - Library of Congress -  http://www.loc.gov/today/pr/2016/16-058.html?loclr=ealn 

Mar 24, 2016

Donald Trump (33%) leads in the state as he has since October, but John Kasich (30%) is now a close second.  http://www.fandm.edu/fandmpoll 

Mar 15, 2016

if it's for safety, it's a favor. Washington Metro to shut down on Wednesday for safety checks  http://reut.rs/1pmpAjq  via @Reuters

Mar 02, 2016

In watershed abortion case, view from the Supreme Court stairs  http://fw.to/CDRrbQ 


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