Harry Reid has spent the summer trying to portray is opponent as a kook. So far, it’s working.
President Obama waded into the “Ground Zero” mosque controversy at a Ramadan dinner last night.
The poll numbers look grim for the President, but it’s still far too early to be making predictions about the 2012 elections.
Judge Walker lifted the stay on his Order declaring Proposition 8 unconstitutional, but the big news may be the procedural defect that could doom any appeal.
There’s not as much conservative unity on the gay marriage issue as there used to be.
The American Family Association has ramped up the nation’s anti-Muslim sentiment yet again.
According to a new MSNBC/Wall Street Journal poll, the public that will head to the polls in November is increasingly gloomy and pessimistic.
Democrats are currently engaged in a circular firing squad.
Every new report out of Iran seems to bring us closer to the moment when Israel has decided it’s heard enough. What happens if that day actually happens ?
The results of last night’s Colorado Senate primaries should be causing Democrats to worry.
Another round of primaries last night made the playing field for November just a little bit clearer to see.
There isn’t as much GOP unity over the idea of changing America’s citizenship rules as you might think.
The White House seems to be getting annoyed at the criticism coming it’s way from the left.
Former Alaska Senator Ted Stevens was one of nine people on board a plane that crashed in a remote area of Alaska overnight.
Conservatives seem very eager for Hillary Clinton to get back on the campaign trial, but it’s not going to happen.
Protests against mosques aren’t just limited to Manhattan. And that’s a problem.
The Republican campaign against birthright citizenship doesn’t seem to be gaining the kind of support they expected.
Lenders and Borrowers seem poised to make the same mistakes that brought about the last Housing Bubble all over again.
According to health inspectors in Portland, Oregon, this little girl is potentially a threat to your health and safety.
Is the GOP really serious about changing the citizenship rules in the 14th Amendment ? Not likely.
The Republican Party is keeping relatively quiet on the Proposition 8 ruling. That’s a good idea.