Apparently, getting her elected President is not a high enough priority in the Biden White House.
In what was basically a throwaway line, Joe Biden said something nice about Mike Pence. The reaction from his fellow Democrats says a lot about our current political culture, and none of it is good.
George H.W. Bush,, who served his nation as a warrior, Congressman, Ambassador, Vice-President, and President, has died at the age of 94.
Is Donald Trump thinking about dumping Mike Pence in 2020? Probably not, but that’s not going to stop the speculation.
Paul Laxalt, the former Nevada Senator who was one of President Reagan’s closest confidantes outside the White House, has died at 96.
Unless something happens in the next ten days, Joe Biden will become the first two-term Vice-President who didn’t need to cast a tie-breaking vote in the Senate.
Has any major party nominee for president ever damaged his reputation in this manner?
It’s possible that Mike Pence won and Donald Trump still lost. It won’t matter.
Nothing that happens tonight during the Vice-Presidential debate is likely to matter, so feel free to skip it.
The least likely choice ascends to the Number Two position on the Republican ticket.
There’s another round of reports about Joe Biden running for President, but I wouldn’t put much stock them.
Rick Perry is sounding for all the world like a candidate for President, and says he’s a different candidate this time, but initial perceptions are hard to overcome.
The news that Obama aides discussed a change to the 2012 ticket is part of the latest Halperin/Heilemann campaign history.
It’s just a few days until the 2012 campaign ends, and the jostling for position for 2016 begins.
Sizing up the stakes for tonight’s one and only meeting between the two Vice-Presidential candidates.
Expectations are high for Paul Ryan heading in to Thursday’s Vice-Presidential debate. That’s not necessarily a good thing.
There’s little evidence that Presidential debates can be game changers.
As its convention begins, one has to wonder what has happened to the Republican Party.
There’s little evidence that Vice-Presidential picks have as big an impact on elections as pundits seem to think.
If a new Gallup poll is any indication, Paul Ryan was not a great pick.
He’s no Sarah Palin but Paul Ryan doesn’t make immediate sense as Romney’s running mate.
There are some indications that Mitt Romney may be ready to announce his running mate selection as early as this week.
The Veepstakes doesn’t matter nearly as much as the media tells you it does.
The vetting process for a Vice-Presidential running mate will likely be very different with memories of the Sarah Palin debacle fresh in everyone’s mind.
Tim Pawlenty was the first major Republican to enter the 2012 race. He may well be the first to quit. If so, it may take a while to notice.
Just how significant is Sarah Palin in the grand scheme of things?
When John McCain declared that Sarah Palin could beat President Obama, it was easy to dismiss. But when the architect of the Democratic strategy in 2008, says the same thing, you have to listen.
Mike Huckabee channels Dan Quayle when he decides to comment on the pregnancy of Oscar winner Natalie Portman.
Another poll confirms that Sarah Palin continues to be viewed negatively by the majority of American voters, but that doesn’t seem to matter to supporters who seem have a degree of adulation usually reserved for celebrities than serious politicians.
Politicians are, by definition, a bit abnormal. However, this year we seem to have more than our fair share of the truly odd.
A growing number of conservatives are in dismay about the state of their movement.