from The Great Debate:

Is this Obama’s ‘malaise’ moment?

By Bill Schneider
June 24, 2014

Obama addresses the White House Summit on Working Families in Washington

Malaise is back.

President Barack Obama's situation is getting perilously close to President Jimmy Carter's in 1979.

from The Great Debate:

Christie: Crossing the line

By Bill Schneider
January 15, 2014

Back in the 1970s, a Jewish organization commissioned a poll to investigate anti-Semitism in the United States. The poll included several open-ended questions. One asked, “Is there anything in particular you like about Jewish people?” The answers were recorded verbatim.

from The Great Debate:

But can the GOP revise the party?

By Bill Schneider
August 21, 2013

The temptation for political parties to rewrite the rules after every defeat is irresistible. The Republican National Committee did not resist when it met in Boston last weekend. The committee passed a resolution aimed at limiting and controlling the 2016 primary debates.

from Tales from the Trail:

Thirty-two years after leaving office, Jimmy Carter gets big cheer

January 21, 2013

Jimmy Carter got a big hand and roar of approval from a festive and perhaps somewhat charitable crowd on Monday at the second inauguration of President Barack Obama.

from Tales from the Trail:

Campaign’s over, so start campaigning

November 4, 2010

OBAMA/Finally get some shut-eye after Tuesday's election? Well, rise and shine. 2012 is just around the corner and the presidential campaign is already getting under way.

from Summit Notebook:

Dodd Rejects Carter Criticism of Ted Kennedy

September 20, 2010

U.S. Senator Chris Dodd on Monday came to the defense of his old buddy, the late Senator Edward Kennedy, against new criticism by former President Jimmy Carter.

from Tales from the Trail:

Dodd Rejects Carter Criticism of Ted Kennedy

September 20, 2010

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U.S. Senator Chris Dodd on Monday came to the defense of his old buddy, the late Senator Edward Kennedy, against new criticism by former President Jimmy Carter.

from Africa News blog:

To observe or not to observe?

April 9, 2010

SUDAN-ELECTIONS/This is likely to be the question hotly debated in the more self-aware international observer missions covering Sudan’s elections, due to start on Sunday and marred by a wave of boycotts and claims of fraud.

from Tales from the Trail:

Brzezinski sees encouraging signs emerging from Haitian catastrophe

January 14, 2010

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It might sound Pollyannaish coming from anybody other than Zbigniew Brzezinski, the hard-nosed intellectual who was Jimmy Carter's national security adviser. But he says the gigantic catastrophe in Haiti may suggest some good things about the state of the modern world.

from Tales from the Trail:

The First Draft: Bill Clinton on race and the healthcare debate

September 22, 2009

Bill Clinton has tons of respect for Jimmy Carter. But he doesn't agree that racism is a driving factor behind angry opposition to President Barack Obama's healthcare reform agenda. OBAMA/