Tag Archives: jeremy corbyn

Regrets I’ve had a few – a Mea culpa

This column reflects the views of Kartik Krishnaiyer and not other TFS writers or columnists I had an interesting Twitter exchange with Matt Isbell, renowned Democratic numbers cruncher the other night (as a point I enjoy Isbell’s maps and will concede he was right about Jeremy Corbyn, and it hurts to admit that) . I […]

The simple decision Democrats must make in order to win again

A few weeks ago the new president of the Florida Democratic Party, Sally Boynton Brown, caught some flak when she told a group of progressives that changes in store for the party include messaging that makes a conscious appeal to emotion, and rigorous script testing, likely through soft polling and focus groups. The problem as […]

PODCAST: UK election special

Listen here: Kartik and Brook discuss the UK election, with KK taking the lead, as the Florida Squeeze resident expert on UK politics. This election could be interesting as “Teresa May is making Hillary Clinton’s campaign look good by comparison.”   UK Election Special on Libsyn     SaveSave SaveSaveSaveSave SaveSave