Stories by Bob Moser

Bob Moser is a contributing writer at The Nation, and is the editorial director of The Nation Institute's Investigative Fund. subscribe to Bob Moser's feed

Posted on: Jul 11, 2013, Source: The American Prospect

The South is about to become the most fiercely contested, and unpredictable, political battleground in America.

Posted on: Apr 30, 2010, Source: Texas Observer

Jim Hightower is leading the charge to set the record straight on what populist really means. His life's work will be celebrated this May Day.

Posted on: Nov 4, 2008, Source: Texas Observer

The more Democrats focus on economic fairness in the South, the better their chance to shut down the right's culture wars.

Posted on: Jan 27, 2008, Source: The Nation

The fine folks of South Carolina should be applauded for their rejection of the Clintons' gutter politics.

Posted on: Jan 16, 2008, Source:

Here's what Romney's Michigan win means for Democrats.

Posted on: Nov 29, 2007, Source: The Nation

Florida Democrats are being boycotted by their party's presidential candidates, leaving many voters in the nation’s largest swing state feeling alienated.

Posted on: Aug 14, 2007, Source: The Nation

Howard Dean's 50-state strategy is helping to drive Democrats out of hiding in traditionally red states. But will the strategy be squashed by Beltway politics?

Posted on: Feb 11, 2007, Source: The Nation

The most misleading, destructive and threadbare myth of contemporary American politics is that the so-called red-state South is a solid Republican block.

Posted on: Nov 8, 2006, Source: The Nation

No message from this triumphal mid-term election should ring more loudly than this: the South cannot be written off by the Democratic Party.

Posted on: Oct 20, 2006, Source: The Nation

Thanks to the spiral of controversy set off by GOP Va. Senator George Allen's now-legendary "macaca moment," Democrat James Webb has a genuine shot at toppling a Republican incumbent, even as he resists playing the game of politics.

Posted on: Aug 24, 2006, Source: The Nation

The country-music capital has rapidly morphed into a 'new Ellis Island.' And some of the neighbors aren't too happy about it.

Posted on: Nov 28, 2005, Source: The Nation

With his campaign to end poverty, John Edwards has shed his Clinton Lite image. But he still faces an uphill battle to win back the presidency for the Dems.