Month: February 2016

PRAGMATISM MAY YET PREVAIL IN AMERICA

Five months ago Jon Huntsman, a former Republican presidential contender, travelled to New Hampshire to meet a small group of politicians. He was joined by John Kasich, a current Republican presidential candidate; Chris Christie, until recently another Republican; Joe Lieberman, a former Democratic senator; and Martin O’Malley, a Democratic governor. Their goal was to endorse …

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CAN SETTING BIPARTISAN GOALS DISRUPT POLITICAL DYSFUNCTION?

As the presidential campaigns compete hard to win over voters, the bipartisan group No Labels is trying to bring the parties together, rallying candidates around a policy agenda pledge focused on jobs, Social Security and Medicare, balancing the federal budget and energy security. Judy Woodruff talks to the group’s co-chairs, former Gov. Jon Huntsman and …

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