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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Third Way
Policy experts weigh in on how they would write the president's State of the Union, sketching the economic growth, mobility and inequality proposals they would call for if they could hijack the keyboard.
The Democratic rift over entitlements deepened this week as a top party contender for governor in Pennsylvania came under fire from liberals after a think tank of which she is co-chairwoman criticized economic-populism messages of Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and New York Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio.
President Obama is turning his attention back to the economy after a day spent raising millions of dollars for his campaign and riding a media wave on his newly declared support for same-sex marriage.
President Obama has distanced himself from the congressional supercommittee — politically and geographically — in a strategy aimed at avoiding political risk rather than putting his leadership on the line for a long-shot deal, analysts say.
Ronald Reagan, despite his status as the "Great Communicator," was a polarizing figure during his eight years in the White House. But the Reagan legend has proven malleable and open to shifting interpretations over time.
Afghanistan, Iraq, Guantanamo Bay, Iranian nuclear weapons - they dominated elections in recent years, but they're nowhere to be found in this year's broad national campaign debate.