Occupy Wall Street has succeeded in dictating the terms on both sides of the presidential campaign this year, Douglas Schoen writes.
The Occupy Wall Street protests are taking the media by storm, but they've been largely absent from the presidential campaign trail. With the protest's anti-banker, anti-TARP tenor, there is at least some common ground between the p... Read Post
Next year's presidential election will be among the most polarized in American history, a new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll finds, as more than half of Americans now identify with either the tea party or Occupy Wall Street. Similar i... Read Post