The Vermont Senator has vaulted ahead of Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire in a recent poll, but at this point that doesn’t mean a whole lot.
Bernie Sander’s run for the White House will be a lot of fun, but he’s not going to win the Democratic presidential nomination.
Forget all the hype, Hillary has won the Democratic nomination already.
Rahm Emanuel’s reelection as Mayor of Chicago shows the limits of much of modern progressive politics.
While no politician is perfect, Hillary Clinton is good enough at politics to be president.
Many Americans voted to give control of both house of congress to the Republican party. Time will tell if this was a wise choice on their part.
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.
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.
Hillary Clinton’s remarks on the events in Ferguson show that she’s running for president. But that doesn’t necessarily mean she will do a lot to tackle the issue of racial justice.
Despite predictions otherwise, don’t expect a major political sea change this year.
The main stream conversation about Cantor’s fall is missing the point: Charles D. Ellison explains how.
Compared to their past, the Democrats of today are remarkably united.
One of the biggest myths in American politics is that the other side is always doing much better than you are.
If liberals want their policy preferences respected they should work to get more people in the presidential race.
Forget financial regulations or the NSA, the biggest division in the Democratic Party in the future will probably be over education reform.
Fannie Lou Hamer might be most famous for saying “I’m sick and tired of being sick and tired”, but she should be remembered as the woman that saved the Democrat Party.