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The “State of the Onion Address” in Review - Sunday Political Brunch February 10, 2019

Mark Curtis

Okay, time for true confessions of a news reporter. I never learned to type. I’ve been in the media 42 years and am still...

The Calm Before the Next Political Storm - Sunday Political Brunch - February 3, 2019

Mark Curtis

Do the math! Last Friday President Trump signed a deal to re-open the partial government shutdown for three weeks. Well one week has come and...

Wall Street Tells You All You Need To Know About The Democratic Primary So Far

The Democratic primary for president is heating up, and, early Monday morning, Politico‘s Ben White gave us a view to...

Everyone’s Jumping in the Presidential Hot Tub - Sunday Political Brunch January 27, 2019

Mark Curtis

We suddenly have several Democrats announcing bids for the White House in 2020, including a couple of folks I know. Others have merely formed “exploratory...

A Political Hodge-Podge of Government Shutdown Stuff—Sunday Political Brunch January 20, 2019

This has been a weird week in politics, but what week isn’t? Yet, this has exceeded the “outer limits” on both...

When the White House Becomes a Prison—Sunday Political Brunch January 13, 2019

Three weeks into a partial government shutdown and there appears no end in sight. I predicted early on that President Trump would have the short-term...

A New Year’s Political Hodge-Podge – Sunday Political Brunch – January 6, 2019

I spent two days on Capitol Hill this week as the 116th Congress was sworn-in. Democrats took control of the House of Representatives, while Republicans...

The Top 10 Political Stories of 2018 - Sunday Political Brunch December 30, 2018

Mark Curtis

Spending the final week of 2018 in the sun and the sand of Florida is my way to end a year. The Sunshine State has been...

Last Minute Political Shopping Sunday Political Brunch December 23, 2018

We're on the road again this week. Many of us are doing our last-minute Christmas shopping this weekend, but the politicians are at it,...

White House Politics: Chaos, Crisis, or Calm? – Sunday Political Brunch - December 16, 2018

The year is ending on something of a tumultuous political note in Washington, D.C. Or, is it? There was a lot of sound and...

Saying Good-Bye to President George H.W. Bush – Sunday Political Brunch – December 9, 2018

There’s a movie that airs this time of year called, “It’s a Wonderful Life!” It could easily describe the...

Good Bye Election 2018, Hello Campaign 2020 - Sunday Political Brunch - December 2, 2018

Mark Curtis

Let’s wrap up the 2018 election and put a bow on it! At the same time, let’s say ‘good morning’...

Stuffing the Political Turkey this Thanksgiving - Sunday Political Brunch November 25

Mark Curtis

More than two weeks after the midterm election on November 6th, and we are still tabulating results and assessing the consequences. Let’s &ldquo...

The Post-Election Hangover—The Sunday Political Brunch November 18, 2018

Mark Curtis

Elections – like hangovers – can seem like they go on forever, especially after the party has ended and the sun comes up. Over a...

The Political “Purple Wave” of 2018—Sunday Political Brunch November 11, 2018

For months we’ve had predictions of a Democrat “Blue Wave” in 2018, and a Republican “Red Wave.” Well, how about...

What Matters at the Election Finish Line—Sunday Political Brunch - November 4, 2018

This is it folks! The weekend before Election Day, November 6, 2018. Midterm elections are always a referendum on the party in power at the White House,...

How a Crisis Can Unite Us in Divisive Times—Sunday Political Brunch October 28, 2018

This was an amazing, yet humbling week. I returned to the White House press room for the first time in almost 20 years. I...

Two Weeks to the Election Day Finish Line—Sunday Political Brunch October 21, 2018

Mark Curtis

As of Sunday, there are 16 days until Election Day. A lot can happen in two weeks, and nothing is certain at this point. We keep...

Of Political Odds and Ends—The Sunday Political Brunch October 14, 2018

Mark Curtis

It's that time of year. We are just over three weeks until Election Day and all kinds of stuff is going on, including a...

“Is the Trump Political Bubble About to Burst?”—Sunday Political Brunch—October 7, 2018

Mark Curtis

The November election is a month away. It’s “crunch time” for control of the U.S. Senate and U.S. House....

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