Joshua Trevino

Texas Public Policy Foundation

Guest/Host

Vice President for Communications at the Texas Public Policy Foundation, a free-market think-tank based in Austin, dealing with state and national policy; writer at large for the Texas Monthly and co-founder of RedState.com, an influential conservative Republican web blog

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As promised, President Obama had lunch with Mitt Romney today — no press coverage, no details of their discussion.

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If you're frustrated by the limited number of issues in this year's presidential campaign, you are not alone.

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No campaign has ever touched on all the important issues, but who decides what's worth discussing and when?

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No campaign has ever touched on all the important issues, but who decides what's worth discussing and when?

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