Individual gaffes rarely matter in the long run, but nobody running for president want’s the reputation of being a blunderer.
Jennifer Lawrence is right to be worried about Donald Trump, but wrong in thinking that the problem is just about him.
Scott Walker’s decision to drop out of the presidential race shows the Republican Party is narrowing in on a nominee pretty quickly.
Rick Perry’s decision to drop out last week shows how presidential nomination cycles really work.
Trump’s antics in the race for the Republican presidential nomination may make for great entertainment, but he still is never going to be president.
All the signs point to Rand Paul having already lost his bid to be the Republican nominee in 2016.
The Republican obsession with never appearing to raise taxes ever leads to some pretty strange policy choices.
The incentives are lining up for a pretty wacky couple of months in presidential politics.
If Hillary Clinton wins next year, we could see a more moderate GOP emerge.
Jeb Bush’s White House bid may not be doomed, but he clearly isn’t winning.
The current field of announced and unannounced candidates for the Republican nomination in 2016 is pretty big, but it won’t stay that way forever.
The Republican Party is still deeply committed to big tax cuts for the rich.
Despite being an unmitigated disaster for the country, the Middle East, and the Republican Party, many in the GOP still don’t think George W. Bush was wrong to decide to invade Iraq back in 2003.
The South Carolina Senator’s recent denunciation of the word “the” shows why policy formation can be so hard in today’s Republican Party.