The 45th President will go down in infamy, setting a record that’s unlikely to be broken.
The top ten candidates in the race for the Democratic nomination clashed last night in a debate that made clear the different ideological directions that this race is pulling their party.
The Mueller hearing has weakened the political argument for impeachment. Democrats need to proceed with caution, and concentrate on winning in 2020 rather than removing the President from office prematurely.
The Trump Era is raising doubts about many things, including America’s most important alliance.
There’s a lot of talk right now about “electability.” but what the heck does it mean?
A new poll finds that most Americans do not support impeaching the President at this time, but they also don’t believe the President on the issues of Russian interference and obstruction.
Pete Buttigieg is getting a lot of attention for a relatively unknown candidate. but it’s unclear if it can last.
For better or worse, the third Presidential debate will largely be remembered for one thing.
The least likely choice ascends to the Number Two position on the Republican ticket.
It’s still early in the cycle, but Donald Trump’s poll numbers are already historically bad.
A renewed internal GOP fight to stop Donald Trump seems to be doomed to fail.
Marco Rubio was the man in the cross hairs in last night’s Republican debate.
Candidates who have been excluded from tomorrow’s Fox Business Network are complaining, but their complaints ignore the fact that polling is the best objective criteria we have to determine debate eligibility.
The Republican candidates for President took to the stage last night for a debate that seemed to last forever and accomplished nothing.
Martin O’Malley is running for President for some reason.
Rather than being a bad thing, negative campaigning is an essential part of our political system.
For a year that seemed to start out so well, 2013 has been among the President’s worst of this five years he’s been in office.
At some point, however, using the bad actions of the past to justify worse actions in the present has to stop.
Dan Balz summarizes what has been “A most poisonous campaign” and is likely to get much worse before it gets over.
A spate of bad economic news foretells a shift in the campaign for President.
The Etch A Sketch meme isn’t nearly as powerful as those pushing it believe it to be.
The debt ceiling debate may turn out to be Obama’s Katrina.
Dan Balz titles today’s column “Romney bets his candidacy on the economy.” My reaction upon seeing that was, that’s a pretty safe bet.