History shows us that candidates who enter the race for President late rarely do well, and rarely manage to win.
Colorado Senator Michael Bennet is the latest entrant into the race for the Democratic nomination for President, and the field isn’t done growing.
Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper is the latest entrant into an already crowded Democratic field.
Patrick Caddell, who helped Jimmy Carter win the Democratic nomination and White House in 1976, has died at the age of 68.
Polls are quite useful in the right circumstances, but knowledge, complexity, and timing all have to be taken into account in determining what they are telling us.
Ben Carson and his supporters would have you believe that he is being subjected to unprecedented and unfair scrutiny. That assertion is completely false.
Top Democratic donors don’t really seem very eager for Vice-President Biden to enter the race for President.
Rick Perry is hoping to do something that hasn’t happened before in American politics, come back from a campaign that imploded.
Martin O’Malley is running for President for some reason.
Maryland’s former Governor will announce his candidacy for President next week. Don’t expect him to go very far.
When it comes to Iraq, the media only seems to be giving Americans one side of the story.
We’re almost certainly going to launch punitive strikes against Syria. They’ll almost certainly be ineffective.
Does the public still care about the personal transgressions of politicians? The evidence seems to suggest they don’t.
“Democratic” Pollsters Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen are out with another wacky Op-Ed.
Are Marco Rubio, Haley Barbour, and Mike Huckabee the favorites to win the White House?