Public opinion on the Supreme Court has declined significantly, largely because Republicans don’t like the Supreme Court very much right now.
The first of a series of polls in anticipation of next week’s debate shows Donald Trump still at the top, with a surprise coming out of Ohio.
The current Republican primary polls are “measuring a unicorn electorate” yet effect the outcome of the race.
The economy rebounded from it’s winter shock, but it still doesn’t seem strong enough to justify the Federal Reserve’s plan to raise interest rates.
Turkey has finally joined in the US-led coalition against ISIL. Unfortunately, it’s killing the main ground force fighting ISIL.
The Defense Department is working to fully integrate transgender troops.
China adds to its status as the honey badger of intellectual property law.
As expected, former Virginia Governor and Republican National Committee chairman Jim Gilmore has tossed his hat into the ring:
A police officer in Cincinnati has been indicted for murder in a case that seems to be a pretty clear cut example of improper use of force.
A little known Congressman from North Carolina has filed a motion to “remove” John Boehner from the Speakership.
Hillary Clinton has suffered drops in her favorability numbers lately, but that may not mean much for 2016.
Chris Christie says he would ignore states that have legalized marijuana if he became President. Fortunately, he will most likely never be President.
After 30 years in prison, Jonathan Pollard will be released later this year.
Not surprisingly, Tom Brady’s appeal of his Deflategate suspension was not successful.
A long standing policy against gay Scout Leaders has been repealed.
With just over a week to go, Republican candidates for President are fighting for the movement in the polls that could get them in to the August 6th debate.
Low costs and regulatory barriers are attracting people to red states–thus turning them purple and blue.
Once again, Donald Trump is succeeding because he is saying things many Republicans agree with.
In bringing Holocaust imagery into the debate over the Iran nuclear deal, Mike Huckabee has displayed the intellectual bankruptcy of his position.
His remarks about John McCain’s military service don’t seem to be hurting Donald Trump with Republican true believers.
Get ready for another pointless political circus.
Donald Trump is throwing a temper tantrum in Iowa.
Reports are circulating that the Obama Administration is considering releasing Jonathan Pollard, and many are seeing it as an effort to placate Israel in the wake of the Iran deal.
Hillary Clinton’s two biggest challengers were ambushed at a progressive political convention over the weekend.
A big win in Court for the former Texas Governor, but it’s unclear what this means politically.
Did Hillary Clinton mishandle classified information while Secretary of State? Two Inspectors General want to find out.
Donald Trump won’t rule out running against the eventual Republican nominee. Will the RNC use this as an excuse to try to force him out of the race?
Removing the responsibility to investigate police misconduct from the prosecutors who have to work with those police on a daily basis is a good idea.
We are still a ways from actual voting–this needs to be remembered.
Dylann Roof has been indicted in Federal Court for completely unnecessary reasons.
This is not a serious Presidential campaign, it is a bloviating sideshow.
The Afghan Army isn’t doing so well against the Taliban right now.
Polling in three battleground states shows Hillary Clinton slightly trailing three top Republicans, but it means far less than you might think.
Ohio Governor John Kasich looks good on paper, but his campaign seems as though it’s unlikely to get out of the starting gate.
Despite his remarks about John McCain, Donald Trump is likely to be around for some time to come.