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Robert Borosage


Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Robert:

Warren Won’t Back Down On Medicare For All

When Elizabeth Warren was criticized for not detailing how she would pay for Medicare for All, most pundits assumed she would duck and cover. → Read More

Bernie’s Ideas And Biden’s Burden

“Anyway, my time is up. I’m sorry.” Joe Biden may have been talking about the timer, but his hapless performance in his first Democratic debate imparted an ironic twist to the words. → Read More

Trump’s Tax Plan Is a Confidence Scam

Trump's tax plan is the essential confidence scam: he's peddling a plan that does not yet exist on paper, using populist bluster to sell what will be a one-percenter's dream. → Read More

Obama From the Rearview Mirror

Barack Obama’s stature will only grow in the rearview mirror. → Read More

Democrats Shouldn’t Be Trying to Banish Tulsi Gabbard

Hawaii Representative Tulsi Gabbard caught fire from fellow Democrats for her cautious view of Trump's missile strike on Syria. → Read More

Trump’s Syria Strike Displays Arrogance, Not Toughness

Donald Trump's bombing of Syria is the most irresponsible act of his circus presidency thus far. → Read More

Don’t Let Trump’s Bedlam Distract from Betrayals

Jeb Bush dubbed Donald Trump the "chaos candidate," and this is the one claim he's lived up to. → Read More

Roger Wilkins: A Man of Honor for a Tempestuous Time

Words fail to give full measure of Roger Wilkins, who left us just after his 85th birthday. → Read More

Democrats Should Focus More on Jobs, Less on Russia

Democrats must confront the moral horrors of Trump's policies head-on: jobs, healthcare, civil rights and the Supreme Court are all under attack. → Read More

We Must Create Good Jobs: Sherrod Brown Shows the Way Forward

Jobs may have increased in February, but our challenge as a nation is how create good jobs that provide dignity for all. → Read More

Weekend Update: Sanders Still Rising; Republican Nightmare Worsens

A weekend of presidential politics added some clarity to both nominating contests. → Read More

The Iowa Winnow

The Iowa caucuses traditionally winnow the field. → Read More

Obama: The First Farewell

Tuesday's State of the Union turned into Obama's first farewell. → Read More

December Jobs Report: Island of Calm amid World’s Tumult

The December Bureau of Labor Statistics Job Report shows private sector jobs increased for a record 70th month. → Read More

2016: When the Voting Starts

The posturing and meaningless polls are behind us. → Read More

The Saturday Night Democratic Presidential Debate

Live from New Hampshire, it's the Saturday Night Democratic Presidential Debate, perversely designed to draw as small an audience as possible. → Read More

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: The Republican Debate

In last night's debate, Republican presidential candidates responded to a shaken nation by serving up heavy doses of fear and insult. → Read More