Democrats and Independents are losing their enthusiasm. But some perspective is needed.
The Commonwealth is much more diverse than national election returns might indicate.
We tend to focus on the wrong qualities in our early assessments.
Rethinking what qualities we should be looking for in Supreme Court Justices.
The Army is finally getting its World War II uniforms, one base at a time.
History shows us that candidates who enter the race for President late rarely do well, and rarely manage to win.
As he reaches his 1,000th day in office, Trump’s lies pile up at an astronomical rate.
The woman famous for losing the Georgia governor’s race is eyeing a bigger job.
With the 2020 Campaign set to begin as soon as the 2018 campaign ends, Democrats find themselves facing an age issue.
The GOP is likely to lose control of the House of Representatives tomorrow, but could this actually help Trump?
What was once a rare symbol of national mourning has become so commonplace as to be meaningless.
61 percent of Americans have a favorable impression of a man who left office a failed president.
As we near the end of the year, the President’s job approval numbers remain at historically low levels, and there’s no sign that they’ll improve in 2018.
Most Americans are unlikely to remember John Anderson, but he was a harbinger of things to come.
Donald Trump is the most unpopular incoming President in more than eighty years.
Donald Trump’s first overseas trip went about as badly as you’d expect it would.
As he nears the end of his first 100 days in office, President Trump continues to suffer from bad poll numbers.
It’s possible that Mike Pence won and Donald Trump still lost. It won’t matter.
Donald Trump completed his unlikely journey to the Republican Presidential Nomination last night, but he the party he now leads remains divided.
Donald Trump now has enough delegates to win the Republican nomination on the first ballot.
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.
Ben Carson and his supporters would have you believe that he is being subjected to unprecedented and unfair scrutiny. That assertion is completely false.
For the first time since 1961, there will soon be an American Embassy in Havana, and a Cuban Embassy in Washington. It’s well past time that this happened.
Pundits and political scientists agree that, if the 2016 presidential election were today, we’d have a much better idea who would win.
Ben Carson will be entering the race for President next month, but don’t pretend for a minute that he’s a serious candidate.
While it still seems unlikely that he’ll run, Mitt Romney does seem to be leaving the door open to a third run at the White House.
For the fourth time in 30 years, an American President spoke at Normandy to honor a day of sacrifice and triumph.
Today’s foreign-policy disputes rarely consider the way America’s response to one crisis might affect another.
The political polarization we saw during the Bush Presidency has continued throughout the Obama Presidency.
Chris Christie waded into the debate going on in the GOP over foreign policy. His comments were less than helpful to say the least.
Jerry Brown’s second go-round as governor has been very, very good to the Golden State.
There seems to be an effort underway to reassess the legacy of our 43rd President.
For the moment, Hillary Clinton looks unbeatable if she chooses to run in 2016
The smear campaign against defense secretary nominee Chuck Hagel has taken a bizarre turn.
Republican opposition to defense secretary nominee Chuck Hagel reveals just how far the party’s thinking has drifted on foreign policy.
Mitt Romney thinks prospective Presidents should be required to have business experience.
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.