In Today’s Observer

Jason Horowitz reports on the unparalleled Hillary Clinton fund-raising network as it roars to life and leaves her competitors with the scraps.

Matt Schuerman chronicles a difference of opinion between historians Robert Caro and Kenneth Jackson over the legacy of Robert Moses.

Steve Kornacki writes about the way that John Edwards is using his status as a former elected official to make life difficult for his fellow presidential candidates in the senate.

And Joe Conason thinks that the president’s State of the Union address was shop-worn and unrealistic.

— Josh Benson

In Today’s Observer