Fox News contributor Doug Schoen is the latest media figure to push the false allegation that Hillary Clinton's tenure as Secretary of State lacked accomplishments, ignoring her record of achievement. Hoping to derail a potential Clinton presidential campaign, the GOP and its media allies have begun to attack her record. Show More Summary
1. Oh no... Obama is doooooomed!!!!!!!!!!! (Don’t worry, it’s just Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen talking) 2. Red-blue maps for different slices of the population 3. Picasso paintings, moon rocks, and hand-written Beatles lyrics
"This is a critical moment for the country. From the faltering economy to the burdensome deficit to our foreign policy struggles, America is suffering a widespread sense of crisis and anxiety about the future. Under these circumstances,...Show More Summary
Doing just fine without Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen, thank you very much. Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen are at it again. Touting their decades-old credentials as Democratic pollsters, they've taken to the pages of the Wall Street Journal to advertise their own dubious polling services in the guise of concern trolling about the election. Show More Summary
• Political strategist Doug Schoen, whose new book is American Casino, discusses how our political system has been taken over by insiders, elites, and special interests. • Alan speaks with Shadowbosses author Mallory Factor, who argues that labor unions threaten our freedom. • Another day, another lie: Alan exposes Paul Ryan’s latest dishonest statement.…
Every few months, pollsters Doug Schoen and Pat Caddell write a column that combines the conventional wisdom of the moment with the thudding prose of a Cliff Bar nutrition panel. “The Missing Campaign Policy Debate,” which went liveShow More Summary
Answers: Democrats. Yes. When Republicans stop obstructing. Yes. Ask Boehner and McConnell. Remember Americans Elect? Of course you don't. No one does. It's an operation by Fox News Democrat Doug Schoen, former George W. Bush media consultant Mark McKinnon, former Republican Gov. Show More Summary
also finds that women believe (53-38) that religious institutions should have an opt-out. A narrow plurality of women believes that any employer should. But hey, Doug Schoen could totally be right.
Polls show support for the president’s compromise. Why is the GOP ignoring the numbers? By Doug Schoen.
Doug Schoen and Pat Caddell have this really interesting idea: Barack Obama should not run for reelection. For his own good. Don’t yet see what’s so exciting about this? There’s a twist – Schoen and Caddell are Democrats. Technically. Show More Summary
In a recent op-ed for The Wall Street Journal, Fox News contributors Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen urged President Obama to "abandon his candidacy for re-election" in favor of "the one candidate who would become, by acclamation, the nominee of the Democratic Party: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton." Their premise is that Sec. Show More Summary
• GOP Debate: Alan analyzes all the key moments in tonight’s war of words over national security. • Democratic strategist Doug Schoen explains why he’s calling on President Obama to abandon his candidacy for re-election. • Flip-Flopper’s Whopper: Alan exposes the Romney campaign’s blatant disregard for the truth.
In Monday’s Wall Street Journal, Democratic pollsters Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen argued that President Obama “should abandon his candidacy for reelection” and step aside for Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Their missive was just the latest in their long and productive careers. Show More Summary
Today on the Dish, Andrew remained unrepentant in his support for the president, and he disproved Doug Schoen and Pat Caddell's analysis. We unpacked the implications of the supercommittee's collapse, Derbyshire chastened Newt, and Andrew debunked the "Gingrich proposition." We...
Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen want you to know hat this puppy wishes Barack Obama wouldn't run so Mitch McConnell could have his way. Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen engage in some first-class trolling with a Wall Street Journal op-ed arguing that Barack Obama should step aside to allow Hillary Clinton to be the Democratic nominee for the presidency. Show More Summary
Jon Chait regurgitates his article on "why liberals should not be disappointed in Obama" (in other news, Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen regurgitate their "Obama should not run for reelection" article.) I scanned the first two pages and saw nothing new, so I stopped reading. Show More Summary
Patrick Caddell and Doug Schoen have built a name for themselves as “Fox News Democrats” — the pundits conservatives use to show the world that “even Democrats” agree with their attacks on Barack Obama (he is a hyper-partisan socialist) and liberals as a whole. Show More Summary
Doug Schoen and Pat Caddell are the Fox News Democrats and are about as representative of Democrats as a whole as Mickey Kaus. But note one thing about their analysis: it puts the entire blame on Obama for the current...
There’s a crazy new Doug Schoen/Pat Caddell piece that I’m not going to link to. I’ll let Steve M. do the honors: Look, I’m not going to rise to the bait by responding seriously to the new Wall Street Journal op-ed by Fox-News-Democrat pollsters Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen, in which they assert that President [...]
Democrat pollsters Doug Schoen and Pat Caddell think Barack Obama should turn over the reins to Hillary and abandon an attempt at a second term. Won’t happen. The National Journal reported: President Obama should abandon his run for a second … Continue reading ?