What would the Nevada Senate race look like if “none of the above” could actually win?
It only seems fair to take an entire tweet, lengthy though it may be, into account when reacting.
Dan Coates has an ad that makes a claim that should make your head explode.
Police in Turkey have arrested 12 people suspected of links to Islamist militant network al-Qaeda in Istanbul and Van province.
A poster at RedState demonstrates how not to approach the issue of race in politics.
Instead of decades-old retreads like talking about abolishing the Department of Education, it would be nice if we had a real debate about the fiscal circumstances in the country.
Apparently Juan Williams is really, really, really important.
Actor Tom Bosley, best known for his role as Howard Cunningham on TV’s “Happy Days,” had died at 83.
Salon has video of the aftermath of the Hopfinger handcuffing. Plus: if we remove the partisan labels and just assess what happened, would we view this situation differently?
Don’t ask Senate candidate Joe Miller questions he doesn’t want to answer else his security team might cuff you.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel declare multiculturalism in Germany to be a “failure.” Proof that anti-immigration activists in the United States are correct, right?
Venezuela have reached a series of agreement on energy. Should the US be concerned?
Politicians are, by definition, a bit abnormal. However, this year we seem to have more than our fair share of the truly odd.
54% of Americans want an alternative to the Democrats and Republicans. The question remains as to what kind of third party they want.
Should the UN expand the number of permanent Security Council members?
More on Greg Mankiw’s thought experiment on taxes and incentives to work.
The Lou Dobbs story simply underscores the fact that the illegal immigration debate is fundamentally about labor supply and demand.
More numbers for campaign 2010–in this case, ones that show the maintenance of the status quo in several states.
Thomas Friedman engages in some early speculation about a serious third party presidential run. As usual, such speculation ignores the basic structures of American politics.
Governor Schwarzenegger has signed a bill making pot possession (at certain levels) the equivalent of a traffic ticket.