The Republicans could take unified control of Congress in next week’s elections, but don’t expect a whole lot to change.
If Democrats keep searching for a messiah to lead them to the political promised land, they’ll be perpetually disappointed.
It’s one thing for regular people to panic over Ebola, but Rand Paul has no excuse to stoke those fears.
Voting fraud is among the most rare forms of skullduggery in our United States, and yet, every state legislature grapples with its own version of a photo ID law. This disconnect begs the question, why pass these laws at all?
Yes Ebola is a problem, no it is not going to kill us all.
Political reporters can come across as shallow because they spend too much time covering process over substance.
The GOP’s strategy this election is to try and terrify voters into voting for them.
A negative and drawn out campaign won’t damage the Republican nominee for president in 2016.
Having diversity in decision making bodies isn’t just the right thing to do, it’s often the smart thing to do as well.
It’s hard to tell what type of foreign policy American voters actually want. In fact they might not care that much about the rest of the world at all.
Mitt Romney is not going to be president.
The political media is periodically obsessed with third party runs for the White House, but in reality our two party system is here to stay.
The 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi was a national tragedy, but it isn’t going to doom Hillary’s presidential ambitions.
Questions about the NFL’s morality miss an important point. The NFL doesn’t really have any, because all it cares about is revenue and image.
Some liberal commentators claim that New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s smaller than anticipated reelection margin is bad news for him. They are completely wrong.
Unfortunately for us, Congress is refusing to grapple with the current crisis in Iraq and Syria.