Jonathan S. Miller

RecoveringPolitician.com

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Private attorney with Frost Brown Todd, he now runs the website TheRecoveringPolitician.com; former Kentucky State Treasurer (1999-2007)

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Three years into Obamacare, the President's most controversial program is under-performing. Only half the enrollees predicted have signed up so far.

Is Obamacare on the Chopping Block?

Three years into Obamacare, the President's most controversial program is under-performing. Only half the enrollees predicted have signed up so far.

from To the Point

There are some certainties in the mid-term elections: Republicans will hold the House. The Democrats still have the White House. But control of the US Senate is surprisingly close.

GOP Chances of Winning the Senate Are Looking Up

There are some certainties in the mid-term elections: Republicans will hold the House. The Democrats still have the White House. But control of the US Senate is surprisingly close.

from To the Point

Republicans and Democrats are calling each other "brain dead," "un-American," "tools of special interests" and "enemies of the Middle Class," par for the course during midterm…

US Senate Elections that Could Make a Difference

Republicans and Democrats are calling each other "brain dead," "un-American," "tools of special interests" and "enemies of the Middle Class," par for the course during midterm…

from To the Point

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LA County said this morning that it has counted more than 3.3 million ballots, with about 618,000 to go.

from Greater LA

Keli Goff, Tim Carney and Christine Emba talk about the fact that almost three weeks after the election, President Trump continues to subvert his clear loss and its effect on our…

from Left, Right & Center

President-Elect Joe Biden has put forward several policy proposals on housing and homelessness. What could they mean for the 66,000 unhoused people in Los Angeles County?

from Greater LA

Most people say merit-based success is the result of hard work and dedication. Those who achieve success typically enjoy the rewards: a better income, praise and recognition.

from Life Examined

Over the last three decades, Californians have swung from “tough on crime” conservatism to a more lenient, less punitive approach to criminal justice.

from KCRW Features

California took new steps toward criminal justice reform this week when voters statewide and in cities from Los Angeles to San Francisco approved measures to address racial and…

from Zócalo's Connecting California

As the city geared up for the election, Latinos in Los Angeles experienced the election in diverse ways.

from KCRW Features

Even before the election, the president was questioning the legitimacy of the voting process. Now, as votes are still being counted, we're watching democracy in action.

from KCRW Features

Josh Barro, Tim Carney and Christine Emba talk about President Trump and Republicans denying the election results and the promise of the coronavirus vaccine.

from Left, Right & Center