A highlight reel of our national affairs editor's media appearances.
Based on the 2012 election.
If Republicans continue to lose Latino voters, the GOP will become "an extinct party."
Sometimes agreeing with Obama isn't so bad.
Panelists moderated by Frank Rich consider the options.
He isn't quite in it to win it in North Carolina and Florida.
Those expecting another clear Romney debate victory should temper their expectations, Heilemann said.
There's always 2024.
"The president didn't challenge him on the specifics in any way."
Our own John Heilemann says he'll be fine win or lose.
"You now see him almost like a running mate if you look at the Obama ads."
The world witnessed his "desperation."
Heilemann wonders if we will look back on Romney's response as the moment he lost the election.
Voters have yet to hear very specific plans from the VP pick.
"They think [Ryan] is a gift to them."
He'll be regretting it for the rest of the election.
"You can't underestimate how much the Romney campaign is worried about conservative enthusiasm right now."
Romney thinks the immigration issue is radioactive for him, Heilemann says.