If the economy remains strong, then Democrats could find it harder to beat the President than they thought.
President Trump’s first choice to replace John Kelly as Chief of Staff turned the job down, leading one to wonder why anyone would want the job.
Newt Gingrich has endorsed President Trump’s use of the rhetoric of Josef Stalin to attack the American news media.
A new poll shows, unsurprisingly, that the vast majority of Americans see Donald Trump as a divider rather than a uniter
The President gathered supporters around him, and blatantly lied to them, so as to increase support for his policies.
While not quite the great unskewing of argument past, here is an example of why non-experts need to avoid critiquing polling.
As the allegations of sexual harassment grow, reports are also growing that Roger Ailes may be out at Fox News much sooner than many may have anticipated.
Paul Ryan has yet to say if he will run for Speaker of the House, but that hasn’t stopped the opposition on the hard right from forming already.
The fallout from Donald Trump’s debate performance, and his comments afterward, continues, and it’s leading some to wonder if we may finally be at the end of this ridiculous charade.
In a new survey, Americans cite politics and the news as the biggest sources of stress in their lives.
Worst part about being named HaHa Clinton-Dix? ‘The whole President Clinton thing with Monica Lewinsky’
Conservatives gathered on the National Mall today to protest the closure of memorials, but their message seems really intended for Republicans in Congress to not back down.
It turns out, the NRA behind the game is not the National Rifle Association.
If you’re a white Southerner who gets most of his information from Fox News and Rush Limbaugh, you probably don’t know a lot of people who voted for Barack Obama.
Utility crews from Alabama traveled to New Jersey to help get the power back on. They were turned away on account of not being unionized.
A five year old “shocking” video of President Obama speaking to a group of African-American ministers proves to be not very shocking at all.
Many on the right are heavily invested in the argument that current polling is intentionally biased against Mitt Romney. Their argument is not very plausible.
Republicans think they found the smoking gun of the 2012 election. They’re kidding themselves.
Drudge Report says Team Obama thinks CIA Director David Petraeus will be Mitt Romney’s vice presidential pick.
An Internet meme that Robert Mugabe has been named UN Tourism Ambassador is untrue.
The people who gave us the “war on Christmas” are now touting an upsurge on black-on-white crime.
The Washington Post prematurely posted that Rick Santorum was dropping out of the race on its news wire and Bloomberg made the story viral while the Post was verifying its accuracy.
Six states are likely to decide the 2012 election.
This morning’s unexpected death of Andrew Breitbart, the conservative muckraker, has sadly if unsurprisingly brought out a wave of nasty commentary.
The entire above-the-fold of Drudge Report is devoted to anti-Gingrich stories, which continue on scrolling.
Last night, South Carolina was Gingrich Country.
Apparently, people who work for the government are surfing the World Wide Web.
Apparently, the Federal Government believes it necessary to remind you that you can buy Christmas Trees.
Barack Obama uses a teleprompter. This is not a big deal.
The rapid spread of information on Twitter is challenging POLITICO’s business model.
A profile of George Mason economist and blogger Tyler Cowen offers this amusing description: “Cowen, 49, has round features, a hesitant posture, and an unconcerned haircut.”
Sunday’s announcement of the death of Osama bin Laden was the latest example of how Twitter has become the go-to source for “Breaking News.”