Hatred and violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Hatred and violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Vice-President Pence is advocating the admission of Georgia into NATO. That would be a bad idea.
Donald Trump is the most unpopular incoming President in more than eighty years.
Last week was one of the worst week’s the still-young Trump Administration has faced, and new tracking poll data is starting to reflect that.
Republicans are finding that their constituents aren’t very happy about the passage of the American Health Care Act.
President Trump’s comments about Andrew Jackson and the Civil War reveal something about how he thinks, and it’s not good.
Despite American air strikes, ISIS is expanding its power amid the chaos in Libya.
Just about two months into office, Donald Trump’s job approval number are worse than any newly elected President since World War II.
Donald Trump isn’t going to change, and that’s bad news for all of us.
Ben Carson is back and he’s saying some pretty dumb things again.
Donald Trump took to Twitter again this morning with predictable results.
President Trump has issued a revised ban on travel from six predominantly Muslim nations.
Donald Trump’s job approval numbers are the lowest for any new President since World War II. That doesn’t bode well for his Administration’s future.
After just over a week in office, Donald Trump already has a negative job approval number. That’s a modern record.
Delegating the morning briefing to advisors isn’t actually that unusual.
Three of the top four national security positions in Donald Trump’s Cabinet will be filled by retired Generals. This isn’t necessarily a good thing.
The election is now fifty-six days away and, while the race is tighter than it has been, it’s still one in which Hillary Clinton has seemingly all the advantages.
Clinton stumbles and leaves an event early, leading to the news that her campaign has been withholding health information from the press.
The sense of national ‘unity’ that existed in the wake of the September 11th attacks didn’t last for very long.
House Republicans are vowing to continue their investigations even if Hillary Clinton wins the White House.
President Obama will leave office as the first two term President who presided over eight years of war. It didn’t start with him and it won’t end with him.
A new poll finds strong public support for enhanced background checks and barring people on Federal watch lists from purchasing weapons.
As with each previous committee that investigated the 2012 attack on the U.S outpost in Benghazi, the House Select Committee finds that mistakes were made but no evidence of wrongdoing or cover-ups.
Stopping the next Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, Syed Farook, or Omar Mateen is likely to be a lot more difficult than the politicians on either side of the aisle are leading us to believe.
Donald Trump has insinuated that President Obama is not fighting the War On Terror aggressively because he somehow identifies with terrorists.
Donald Trump responded to the attack on the Pulse nightclub by renewing his call to ban members of an entire religion from coming to the United States.
President Obama’s visit to Hiroshima left just the impression it should have.
Ben Carson announced today that he is skipping the next GOP debate and admitted that he does not see a viable path forward for his campaign. However, he didn’t formally withdraw from the race for the Republican nomination.
The President has another plan to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay. It’s as likely to be well-received on Capitol Hill as all of his other previous plans on this issue.
Donald Trump appears headed for another victory in South Carolina’s primary.
One week before the South Carolina Primary, the remaining Republican candidates for President clashed in a headed debate.
It’s been suggested that subjecting women to a possible draft would make leaders less likely to go to war. Unfortunately, there’s no reason to believe this is true.
The anti-Muslim rhetoric Donald Trump has been using on the campaign trail has shown up in a recruitment video for an al Qaeda off-shoot group.
Donald Trump has won Politifact’s ‘Lie Of The Year’ because, well, he’s told so many things that are utterly and provably false.
A new study suggests that being a national leader may shorten your expected lifespan.
Polling shows that most Americans oppose Donald Trump’s plan to bar Muslim’s from immigrating to the United States, but Republicans are far more receptive to the idea.
Donald J. Trump continues to turn the dial higher and higher on his fascist demagoguery.
As we deal with the fall out from the attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, we need remember the years after September 11th, 2001 and avoid holding an entire religion responsible for the actions of fanatics.
The German Parliament has approved expansion of the nation’s involvement in the campaign against ISIS, but that doesn’t make the current campaign any less incoherent.
The no-fly list is a flawed, arbitrary mess that has kept innocent people from flying for years. Using it to deny people rights recognized by the Constitution is, quite honestly, insane.
Yesterday, the British Parliament debated the expansion of that nation’s military strikes against ISIS. For more than a year, our cowardly Congress has failed to even hold one debate or vote on America’s role in that conflict.