Jeff Greenfield

Jeff Greenfield is the senior political correspondent for CBS News.

Politics
Oct. 13 2008 4:58 PMSit Down and Shut UpHow Bob Schieffer can make this year's final debate interesting.
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Aug. 1 2008 1:20 PMTurn Him Into Tom DeweyThe Republican effort to depict Obama as a pompous, out-of-touch snob.
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June 17 2008 3:14 PMHow Now, Ol' Man MSM?A father-daughter smackdown over sexism and the media coverage of Hillary Clinton.
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June 3 2008 12:00 PMClinton's Time MachineIf only she could go back a few decades.
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May 1 2008 6:19 PMObama and OrwellWhat the master Brit can teach Democrats about elitism.
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April 16 2008 12:22 PMI Campaigned. I Won. I Governed.Does a strong campaign machine make a good presidency?
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March 4 2008 11:55 AMBugs Bunny vs. Daffy DuckWhy voters always choose the wascally wabbit for president.
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Feb. 15 2008 11:13 AMWisconsin Should Be a ShowdownThe case for expecting Clinton to thrive in the green-eyeshade state.
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Feb. 4 2008 6:10 PMSignposts for Super TuesdayIt will be a nutty night. What to look for.
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Jan. 23 2008 12:47 PMThe Late State Gets the WormThe unexpected ins and outs of the 2008 primary calendar.
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Dec. 31 2007 5:01 PMThe Brigadoon ComplexWhere the Iowa caucuses went wrong.
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Dec. 14 2005 1:00 PMThe President, the War, and the Military BaseA compelling, new, and entirely mistaken comparison between George W. Bush and Lyndon Johnson.
Politics
Sept. 3 2008 4:45 PMAccepting the InevitableWhat McCain can learn from the acceptance speeches of Reagan, Bush, and Gore.
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June 26 2008 4:21 PMBlessed ReassuranceHow Obama can lessen the intensity of the opposition.
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June 9 2008 11:52 AMThe Curse of the Third TermDoes it spell doom for John McCain? Nope.
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May 23 2008 10:56 AMVote for Barry O'Bama!The perils of running for president with an unusual name.
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April 22 2008 8:03 AMThe Brokered Convention Is No MoreWhy the Democrats won't have one.
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March 11 2008 10:10 AMPrimary LessonsWhat do the results so far tell us about Clinton and Obama as general election candidates?
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Feb. 19 2008 11:05 AMWhat's a Superdelegate To Do?A map for choosing between the candidates.
Recycled
Feb. 6 2008 11:38 AMThe Late State Gets the WormWhat happens next in the primaries.
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Jan. 31 2008 12:58 PMGetting NakedWhat a frankly political campaign ad might look like.
History Lesson
Jan. 8 2008 4:54 PMAttack in the Other Direction!How to recover from a big loss in the early primaries.
Politics
Sept. 7 2007 12:08 PMRemember 1984The year of the lengthy primary season we now long for.
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Aug. 20 2002 5:41 PMRelief PitcherHow Bush can save baseball from itself.

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The disease threatens humanity by preying on humanity.

I Bought the Huge iPhone. I’m Already Thinking of Returning It.

Scotland Is Just the Beginning. Expect More Political Earthquakes in Europe.

Students Aren’t Going to College Football Games as Much Anymore

And schools are getting worried.

Two Damn Good, Very Different Movies About Soldiers Returning From War

The XX Factor

Lifetime Didn’t Think the Steubenville Rape Case Was Dramatic Enough

So they added a little self-immolation.

Politics

Blacks Don’t Have a Corporal Punishment Problem

Americans do. But when blacks exhibit the same behaviors as others, it becomes part of a greater black pathology. 

Why a Sketch of Chelsea Manning Is Stirring Up Controversy

How Worried Should Poland, the Baltic States, and Georgia Be About a Russian Invasion?

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