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John Heilemann

March 2, 2009 | The Power Grid
The GOP’s New Colors

Michael Steele and Bobby Jindal don’t look like the vast majority of Republicans. But do new faces mean new ideas?

April 13, 2009 | Intelligencer
Geithner’s Guru

The turnaround artist who made the Treasury secretary telegenic.

November 16, 2009 | Intelligencer
Sucking Sound

Tuesday’s groundswells were less about a GOP renaissance than the return of the Perotistas.

March 8, 2010 | Intelligencer
Jumping Off the Summit

Obamacare vertigo.

February 16, 2009 | The Power Grid
The Quickie Honeymoon

With the Daschle mess and the outsourcing of the stimulus bill to the Democratic Congress, Obama runs the risk (already!) of seeming same-old, same-old.

February 2, 2009 | The Power Grid
With Friends Like These

The left quadrant of Obama’s base wants to stay relevant by staying angry. And the right doesn’t have anything to do but get angry. So who’s his biggest problem?

January 19, 2009 |
The New Politics: Barack Obama, Party of One

Without entirely realizing it, America elected its first Independent president. The implications for how the country will be governed are profound, exhilarating, and loaded with risk.

January 5, 2009 | The Power Grid
Bush and Barack, Bedfellows

Why the current president is rooting for the next one.

December 22, 2008 | The Power Grid
The Chicago Rules

Obama’s Illinois past is not gone. It’s not even past.

December 22, 2008 |
4. Because Our Stage Is Big Enough for Hillary’s Season of Drama

A year ago, any New Yorker with a healthy degree of interest in politics as spectator sport was mulling the possibility that the 2008 election might yield a Gotham trifecta.

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