Individual gaffes rarely matter in the long run, but nobody running for president want’s the reputation of being a blunderer.
Matthew Rozsa discusses the problems that Jewish critics of Israel encounter from anti-Semites… and the impact that is now having on the Bernie Sanders campaign.
Despite calls every four years to shake up who gets to go first in presidential primaries, Iowa and New Hampshire won’t be losing their coveted spots any time soon.
Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world, so a Muslim president may be coming sooner than later. But that’s not really the point.
Despite the support for the TransCanada’s Keystone XL Pipeline by both political parties, the pipeline debate is still unsettled and many continue to insist the plan should be seriously reconsidered.
Scott Walker’s decision to drop out of the presidential race shows the Republican Party is narrowing in on a nominee pretty quickly.
Allie Doten on the militarization of police in America.
If we do not improve—immensely, immediately—public education, American students, and particularly minority students, can expect a much lower quality of life…for their entire lives. So that matters.
They have dismissed almost completely the issues of police and criminal justice reform and social justice.
Rick Perry’s decision to drop out last week shows how presidential nomination cycles really work.
Larry Lessig may have good ideas about campaign finance reform, but his ideas about the presidency are totally wrong.
When I call 9-1-1 because my house is on fire, I expect real firefighters to show up, not actors playing dress-up. When I’m trying to make intelligent political choices about candidates, I expect to be hearing from a real person, not a paid actor.
If Hillary Clinton doesn’t become the Democratic presidential nominee next year, who could replace her?
The recent fight over changing Mt. McKinley’s name back to Denali shows how Presidents tend to polarize issues.
In trying to predict which party will win the White House next year feel free to ignore the gaffes and just focus on the economy.
In light of rumors that Joe Biden is going to run for president, Matthew Rozsa reflects on one of his greatest accomplishments. I have a guilty conscience. Although I respect Vice President Biden quite a bit, I recently wrote an op-ed arguing that it would be a bad idea for him to run for president. My […]