Karl Rove and Republican strategists have been having a difficult time since the Iowa caucuses. Where it once seemed as if Howard Dean would sail through the primaries and easily gain the Democratic nomination, John Kerry has emerged as the front-runner with commanding victories in the opening battleground states. Rove and company were licking their… Continue reading John Kerry: Capable of Running the "Hard Yards?"
“The President shall from time to time give to Congress information of the State of the Union and recommend to their Consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient.” – Article II, Sec. 3, U.S. Constitution o On Tuesday, Jan 20th, President George W. Bush (OC) was welcomed in Congress with a round… Continue reading State of the Union: Perspectives
The captivating Hardball series at the Kennedy School of Government (KSG), hosted by MSNBC political analyst Chris Matthews, came to a close on December 15th with Democratic candidate Joe Lieberman (D-CT). Harvard students, local community members, and political personalities have energized the John F. Kennedy Forum each Monday for the last two months, piling in… Continue reading Live from KSG – Joseph Lieberman Closes Hardball Series
The Kennedy School of Government (KSG) was buzzing with excitement on Monday December 1, as the largest crowd yet gathered to view the live taping of the next installment of Hardball: Battle for the White House, with Vermont Governor Howard Dean and host Chris Matthews. The series, shown live on MSNBC Monday nights, gives students… Continue reading Live From KSG – Presidential Candidate Howard Dean Draws Crowds to MSNBC's Hardball
Abby Joseph Cohen Addresses Students of Harvard Business School(Spangler Auditorium) Noted economist and Chair of the Investment Policy Committee for Goldman Sachs, Abby Joseph Cohen, addressed an excited crowd of would-be financiers at Harvard Business School’s Burden Hall on November 19th. During her half-hour presentation, investment guru Cohen used multiple acronyms and technical terms while… Continue reading News in Brief: