Another political analyst is out with a 2010 prediction that should make Democrats very nervous.
The new tea party candidate in Delaware seems to be a rather odd bird.
The idea that we are in the middle of an illegal immigration crisis is not supported by the evidence.
A case out of Texas demonstrates quite aptly the absurdity of the current patchwork quilt approach to same-sex marriage in the United States.
President Obama didn’t use the words “Mission Accomplished” last night, but the message was the same.
The perfect storm of a bad economy and a new, massive, unpopular government entitlement program may be combing to cause serious damage to Democrats in November.
An obscure U.N. human rights report has become the latest political outrage of the day in the battle over Arizona’s controversial immigration law.
Delaware’s September 14th Republican Senate Primary is shaping up to be the next battle between the Establishment GOP and the Tea Party movement.
Republicans now have the largest lead in Gallup’s Generic Congressional Ballot poll that they’ve ever had.
Lisa Murkowski’s one chance at political survival if she loses the ongoing vote count in the Alaska GOP Senate Primary has gone out the window.
Sarah Palin has done pretty well at helping Republicans win primaries this year, but her own political popularity isn’t any better than it was after she left office last year.
After several months of bad housing sales, politicians in Washington are starting to talk about bringing back one of the worst public policy programs of the last two years.
For many reasons, the housing market is unlikely to fully recover for the foreseeable future.
Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin held a rally on the National Mall, but at times it sounded more like an old-time religious revival than a modern political rally.
The Miller-Murkowski showdown is starting to get silly.
The housing market that existed from the late 1990s until 2007/08 was an historical anomaly, and anyone expecting a return to those days is fooling themselves.
If Republicans regain control of Congress, you could be seeing a lot of scenes like this on your television for the next two years.
The New York Times realizes that most Republicans just don’t care that Ken Mehlman is gay. Surprise, neither do most Americans at this point.
Up in Alaska, Lisa Murkowski and Joe Miller remain deadlocked and waiting for a vote count that could take two weeks to complete. In the meantime, though, the Senator is already considering other options for getting on the November ballot.
Another set of bad economic numbers are out today, and one wonders when we’ll start getting the good news.