One Thing Every Candidate is Missing When Discussing National Security

“If we don’t address this vital ingredient in a national security strategy, our ruthless, many-headed terrorist enemies will find our country to be easy prey.”

Jon Stewart Crashes Stephen’s Monologue

In the current media climate, sometimes you’ve got to get Trump-esque in order to get your voice heard.

Can Iron Man and Captain America Lead America in 2016?

Matthew Rozsa explores the political lessons in the upcoming “Captain America” sequel.

If Donald Trump Becomes President, it’ll Be Our Fault for Treating Him Like a Celebrity

Jill Di Donato and Matthew Rozsa discuss how Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy has been enabled by America’s obsession with celebrities.

Voting for Humanity

In this installment of “Love, Recorded,” Matt wants to vote for babies and a man in line to vote has a possible heart attack.

Our Real Work Begins

Ken Goldstein suggests we leave the election behind and be pragmatic about the work that is needed to be done to ensure our future.

President Barack Obama Re-Elected!

How do you think the accuracy of this year’s polling, specifically that of Nate Silver, will affect future elections?

Open Thread: What Influences Your Vote?

Are you a single-issue voter or do you have a complex web of political opinions?

Consider the Radical Center Before Voting

We should all be Americans before Democrats or Republicans.

On “White Men Who Vote for Romney”

Brandon Ferdig wants to discuss what he thinks is one of more dangerous, race-based articles you’ll read all year.

Debate Takeaways Tallied Tactfully

Regardless of your personal opinion on the presidential debates, what can we learn from them about presentation and focus?

Five Things That Shouldn’t Be Mentioned in a Political Campaign

Campaigns for political office are often painful to watch. Here are five ways to make them better.

Poll: Who Will Win The Presidential Election?

Romney or Obama?

Comfortably Numb, Stupidly Unashamed: Rielle Hunter and Serial Apathy

If all that is needed to become a celebrity is to have an affair with one, writes Ken Goldstein, have we become a species that has amused itself to death?