Pundits on the left and the right are having a hard time understanding what Chris Christie’s praise of the President is all about.
We are fast approaching an era where robot-driven cars will not only be practical but mandatory.
Mitt Romney has ground to make up if he’s going to catch the President and there’s not much time left to do it.
Once again, a natural disaster has caused a common economic fallacy re resurface.
A week out from the election, President Obama is a heavy favorite to win re-election. But the major press continues to pretend otherwise.
George Lucas has sold the Star Wars franchise to Disney, which has announced a new Star Wars movie for 2015.
Under the right circumstances, it would be possible to postpone a Presidential election.
Two years ago, Polish President Lech Kaczynski and 95 others were killed in a plane crash in Russia. A new report has “traces of explosives” in the debris.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has been working tirelessly to ensure Barack Obama is a one-term president but has been effusive in praising Obama’s leadership during Hurricane Sandy.
Mitt Romney has an advantage among self-identified Independents that makes writing him off at this point inadvisable.
I was struck by the degree to which WhiteHouse.gov looks like an Obama campaign site.
Do we really need to guard the Tomb of the Unknowns in the midst of a hurricane?
The nation’s capitol is closed in anticipation of Hurricane Sandy. But the Supreme Court will be reporting for duty.
Naturally, most of us are asking: What does this mean for next Tuesday’s election.
Too many people ignore (and incorrectly define) the “independents” in a given sample.
Equating opposition to the President with racism is absurd.
David Brooks tries to “describe what being a moderate means” in a way that most Americans would find puzzling.
There are several circumstances under which we may not know who won the 2012 election for some time after November 6th
Dean Chambers of UnSkewed fame, puts the polling debate into sharp perspective.
The case of an infant with a rare genetic condition raises an interesting ethical dilemma.