The Commonwealth is much more diverse than national election returns might indicate.
What at first blush appears a case of hypocrisy and cancel culture is a violation of professional ethics.
Barry Goldwater saw what the so-called “religious right” would become decades ago.
Much like it did during the McCarthy Era, the Republican Party has to decide what side of history it wishes to be on. The right side, or the wrong side.
Is the Sanders-Warren position too extreme for the general election?
Michigan Congressman Justin Amash doubled down on his assertion that the Attorney General was deliberately misleading Congress and the American public.
Republicans face a choice in the coming days. Do they support the Constitution, or do they support Donald Trump? You can count on them making the wrong choice.
Martha McSally and Kyrsten Sinema will end up representing Arizona in the Senate together.
Newt Gingrich has endorsed President Trump’s use of the rhetoric of Josef Stalin to attack the American news media.
Sad news about a Senate stalwart who has been fighting an aggressive form of cancer for more than a year.
Paul Laxalt, the former Nevada Senator who was one of President Reagan’s closest confidantes outside the White House, has died at 96.
Joe Crowley, widely considered in line to replace Nancy Pelosi as party leader in the House, has been defeated.
In the age of Trump, morality is optional for conservatives.
In a new book, Senator John McCain makes an announcement that everyone was anticipating.
Profiles in courage? With Republicans in the Trump Era, it’s more like profiles in cowardice.
The octogenarian failed to get her party’s endorsement for a sixth term.
Despite mounting evidence and outrageous behavior, Republicans nationwide and on Capitol Hill continue to do the Administration’s dirty work. They’ll most likely live to regret it.
Most Americans are unlikely to remember John Anderson, but he was a harbinger of things to come.
President Obama spoke out yesterday against his successor and the America he has created.
Even with the revelations of the last three weeks, impeaching the President is still largely a fantasy.
A Trump loss in November could lead to battles inside the GOP that could take years to resolve.
America’s largest voting bloc is heavily turned off by Donald Trump, and that is posing long-term problems for Republicans in general.
A new poll shows Donald Trump barely winning in a state that should be solidly red.
Donald Trump’s support among African-Americans is at historic lows, and seems unlikely to recover.
The latest desperation bid from anti-Trump Republicans is guaranteed to make a GOP civil war more likely.
It’s been a bad week for Donald Trump, something he can ill-afford with less than 100 days left until Election Day.
Ted Cruz’s convention speech was about what you’d expect, a gamble designed to set up his campaign for President in 2020 or beyond.
Republicans have a choice to make and, so far, they’ve been making the wrong one.
Paul Ryan is declining to back Donald Trump for the time being, but other Republicans are making their own choices.
For most Americans, the debate over same-sex marriage is over and marriage equality has won. This would not, however, include the social conservatives who continue to have a much too vocal role in the Republican Party.
If Donald Trump is the Republican nominee, the GOP may have more to worry about than losing the White House and the Senate.
Nancy Reagan was a crucial part what made Ronald Reagan the man he was, and today she passed away at the age of 94.
For good reason, many Republicans are worried about the prospect that Donald Trump could end up winning the Republican nominee, but they don’t seem to have a plan to stop him.
Hillary’s leading potential Republican candidates, but so is Bernie! Rand Paul does better against Hillary than other Republicans! Those are the headlines you get from head-to-head match-up polls, but it’s all largely meaningless.
Pundits and political scientists agree that, if the 2016 presidential election were today, we’d have a much better idea who would win.
Rebranding alone isn’t going to fix what’s causing the GOP to lose ground among a whole host of demographic groups.
The nastiest campaign ad of the 2014 cycle is here, and Wendy Davis should be ashamed of it.
The sad truth is that the bipartisanship that led to the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 no longer exists today.
Calling anyone a front-runner in a race where we’re still two years away from anyone casting votes is silly. Nonetheless, Rand Paul is an interesting guy to watch for those wondering if the GOP has actually changed.