From Logos, Stephen Eric Bronner on the Right, the Left, the election: The Tea Party, Occupy Wall Street, and the presidential campaign of 2012; Rogers M. Smith on progressivism, polarization, and the 2012 election; Chip Berlet on voting for Democrats — and then organizing to kick their butts; Claire Snyder-Hall on the King of the 1% v. the American republic; John Ehrenberg on how to kill a vampire; Steve Early on labor’s quadrennial condition — between a rock and a hard place; Lauren Langman on why Obama will win the election and the Left should hope so; Judith Stein on the day after election day. From The Christian Post, Wallace Henley on 7 things to expect in a second Obama Administration; and why would God give us Obama or Romney? From Harper’s, Jeff Madrick on why Jack Welch knows about changing numbers. From Forbes, Clare O'Connor on billionaires bashing Obama: The most scathing rants, tweets and quotes from the 1% (and more). From Frontline, a new episode on The Choice 2012: A journey into the places, people, and decisive moments that made the men who are competing for the presidency.