Mitt Romney left one crucial piece out of his speech last night.
Not surprisingly, Romney campaigns staffers don’t seem to want to take responsibility for Clint Eastwood’s performance last night.
A clear victory for the Obama campaign in an Ohio Court, but will it stand on appeal?
The GOP (and our politics in general) will not be healed until there is an honest assessment of what government is (and is not).
Harvard has announced the discovery of what one official calls an “unprecedented” cheating scandal.
Mitt Romney’s speech last night was the best he’s ever given, but it’s impact may have been undercut but several odd production decisions that preceded it.
After three days of buildup to a “mystery speaker,” the closing night of the Republican convention featured a rambling performance by Clint Eastwood and an empty chair.
The real story of Bain Capital is impressive. Mitt Romney chose instead to present an origin story that’s utter horseshit.
The GOP claims to be a party that favors limited government, but its foreign policy positions reveal this to be little more than a lie.
Over two days of speakers, not a single Republican has mentioned the Tea Party.
A legal setback for the Texas Voter ID law, but not much of a political setback for Voter ID laws in general.
Paul Ryan did what he needed to do last night, but in the long run his speech will be lost to history.
Tonight’s convention speech is the most important speech Mitt Romney has ever given.
Condoleeza Rice’s first trip onto the political stage was very successful last night. Where will she go from here?
Lindsey Graham: “We’re not generating enough angry white guys to stay in business for the long term.”
Seniors face a variety of economy-based difficulties–but let’s criticizes the media!
Chamake Mauriene reveals America’s secret to world domination in Pravda.
Paul Ryan pointed to a shuttered GM plant in his hometown as proof of Obama’s failed policies. The truth will make your head hurt.
Left with a choice between their hawkish foreign policy and their supposed commitment to fiscal conservatives, Republicans will, without fail, spend the nation into debt.
Today’s convention activities will include the opening salvos of an attack on the President’s foreign policy. This strikes me as a mistake.
Economic growth is the key to fixing many of our problems. Unfortunately, we’re not likely to see the kind of growth we need any time soon.
An Atlantic story on veterans returning to college is both poignant and miscast.
Jeb Bush continues to speak the truth on the GOP’s position on immigration issues. Sadly, his fellow Republicans aren’t listening.
Mississippi is more conservative than Massachusetts is liberal.
A graph on public debt making the rounds is being used to misdirect rather than clarify.
A new book by one of the Navy SEALs involved in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden differs significantly from the official version put forward by the government.