A bloc of moderates is not coming to a Senate near you.
Roger Stone, Paul Manafort, and Charles Kushner are among last night’s lucky recipients.
An interesting if frustrating new survey from Cato.
Unprecedented spending since leaving City Hall has put him in a unique position.
Mike Bloomberg is apparently entering the race for the Democratic nomination.
Two associates of President Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani were arrested on their way out of the country, and the question is what connection Giuliani may have to the reasons behind their arrest.
Once again, twenty candidates will participate in the second debate scheduled to take place over two nights at the end of the month.
President Trump says in a new interview that he would be willing to break the law to get “oppo research” on an opponent.
The publisher of the National Enquirer admits that it made payments to a Playboy model for the purpose of protecting Donald Trump’s campaign for President.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller and the U.S, Attorney for the Southern District of New York have filed sentencing memos that directly implicate the President in a series of felonies.
No matter how long Donald Trump remains in office, August 21, 2018 will be the day that everything changed.
California Republican Duncan Hunter Jr, who was an early backer of President Trump’s campaign, has been indicted on charges he used massive amounts of campaign funds to pay for personal expenses.
California’s Democratic Party endorsed “progressive” upstart Kevin de León over Senator Dianne Feinstein, but this is unlikely to stop Feinstein from winning election to a sixth term in office.
Rudy Giuliani threw a live grenade into the middle of the Stormy Daniels affair last night, and he’s made things much, much worse for his client.
Stormy Daniels spoke to 60 Minutes last night about her relationship with Donald Trump and the agreement that was made on the eve of the 2016 election to keep her quiet.
Former Playboy model Karen McDougal is suing the publisher of the National Enquirer for the right to tell her story of an alleged affair with President Trump in 2006.
It’s been seven years since Congress eliminated earmarking, and what we’ve seen has provided good evidence for the argument that it should never have been eliminated.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders clashed in the final debate before the Iowa Caucuses in the context of a race that has appeared to become tighter than it was before Christmas.
President Obama’s final State Of The Union Address was largely a recognition of the fact that his time on the world stage is quickly coming to an end.
A New York Judge has upheld an injunction against Draft Kings and Fan Duel. It’s probably correct under New York law, but that just means the law needs to be changed.
In a marked departure from recent cases, the Supreme Court rules that states can impose significant restriction on solicitation of campaign contributions in judicial elections.
Republican Senate candidate Ed Gillespie picked an odd issue on which to start his closing argument to Virginia voters.
Once again, the Supreme Court reminds us that limiting political speech is unconstitutional.
The argument that the Roberts Court has been overly “activist” does not hold up to examination.
The Supreme Court heard argument in a major campaign finance case yesterday.
Michelle Nunn is running for her dad’s old Senate seat.
A song written when Grover Cleveland was President is still protected by Copyright Law. That makes no sense at all.
Marco Rubio wants to prevent these young women, and other Olympic medal winners, from paying taxes. It’s a dumb idea.
Opponents of the Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United continue to miss the point of what the case was really about.
The John Edwards trial is over. This should be the end of the matter.
Yesterday, Cory Booker committed the rookie mistake of saying what was on his mind.
Mitt Romney made a suggestion about how to fix our campaign finance system. It’s a good idea.
With the Super Committee dead, 2012 is likely to see a fight over the defense cuts set to take place starting in 2013.
Mitt Romney is still being dogged by charges of changed positions. Now, he’s trying to spin that as a good thing.
Where is the line on using the White House to further the president’s re-election effort?
The Obama campaign is stressing that 98 percent of its donations were from little guys contributing $250 or less. But 40 percent of the money came from a handful of major donors.