Howard Goldberg

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On a special episode of “To The Point,” KCRW takes an in-depth look at Ted Cruz, U.S. senator from Texas and presidential candidate, from his Princeton days to his work as a…

Ted Cruz: Obstruction as Opportunity

On a special episode of “To The Point,” KCRW takes an in-depth look at Ted Cruz, U.S. senator from Texas and presidential candidate, from his Princeton days to his work as a…

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Some Republicans call Marco Rubio their party’s Obama — and they don’t mean it kindly. Others call him their best chance of heading off Donald Trump. We hear about the…

Is Rubio the new face of the old GOP?

Some Republicans call Marco Rubio their party’s Obama — and they don’t mean it kindly. Others call him their best chance of heading off Donald Trump. We hear about the…

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Presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders is nothing if not consistent. From college days in Chicago to Capitol Hill to this year’s campaign, he has pursued a single goal: “to fight…

What fires are stoking The Bern?

Presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders is nothing if not consistent. From college days in Chicago to Capitol Hill to this year’s campaign, he has pursued a single goal: “to fight…

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