Matthew Rozsa discusses the impending legacy of soon-to-be former Speaker of the House John Boehner.
A number of Republican candidates for the presidency seem more interested in becoming rich than becoming president. Here’s a question you rarely hear asked: how interested is Dr. Ben Carson, who is currently leading polling in Iowa, in actually interested in becoming president? On one level he seems to be, after all he has announced […]
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders supporters need to take a look at Martin O’Malley.
Jessicah Lahitou is not a fan of grandstanding. After seeing Paul Ryan speak, she is a fan of him.
Matthew Rozsa discusses why it’s a shame we can’t have presidents like Joe Biden.
Joe Biden’s upcoming decision on whether or not he runs for president will have a lasting impact on the institution of the vice presidency.
Matthew Rozsa looks at why the word socialism is stigmatized in current politics and how that changes.
Tuesday’s debate shows that despite all the media claims to the contrary Hillary Clinton is still easily winning the contest for the Democratic presidential nomination.
To understand the importance of tonight’s debate, you must first recognize the significance of the Sanders campaign itself.
Governor Kasich may have gone to Richmond for the youth vote, but with one comment, he lost it.
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.
Individual gaffes rarely matter in the long run, but nobody running for president want’s the reputation of being a blunderer.
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.