History shows us that candidates who enter the race for President late rarely do well, and rarely manage to win.
On the Sunday shows today, one of the President’s top aides insisted that the Administration is seriously looking at the idea of buying Greenland even though it isn’t for sale.
Because of course he did.
As the shutdown continues, the President’s political position is becoming weaker. He doesn’t seem to care, though.
The GOP is likely to lose control of the House of Representatives tomorrow, but could this actually help Trump?
Regardless of who wins control of the Senate in November, the person who will stand third in the line of succession will either be over, or very close to, eighty years old. That doesn’t make sense.
After one year at a job that has to be among the most frustrating in Washington, John Kelly has agreed to stay on through the 2020 election.
Seemingly out of nowhere yesterday, the Commander-in-Chief ordered the Pentagon to create a fifth service.
Celebrations and a deadly day in the Middle East.
61 percent of Americans have a favorable impression of a man who left office a failed president.
The Supreme Court has declined an invitation to intervene early in the legal arguments surrounding DACA.
Billy Graham was the son of a North Carolina farmer who grew up to become a counselor to Presidents, Prime Ministers, and even a Queen.
Donald Trump is wildly unpopular in the United Kingdom, and that’s apparently causing him to eschew visiting the United States’s most important ally.
The government is shut down and Washington is playing the usual blame game. In reality, there’s plenty of blame to go around, and one of the guilty parties is the American people.
One year after his Inauguration, Donald Trump is the most unpopular new President since the invention of modern polling. However, his numbers are generally the same that they’ve been for some time now.
New reports indicate that the President is spending more and more time watching television and tweeting. That’s not what he was elected to do.
Late yesterday, a panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling striking down the latest version of Trump’s Muslim Travel Ban.
A step backward on civil rights from a President who claimed he would be a friend to the LGBT community.
President Trump’s reaction to the failure of health care reform efforts in the Senate demonstrates yet again that he doesn’t know how to be President.
Donald Trump is the most unpopular incoming President in more than eighty years.
The failure of the AHCA shows that Donald Trump doesn’t know the slightest thing about leadership or how to be President.
President Obama thinks he would have beaten Donald Trump. And he’s probably right.
Republicans are afraid to oppose Donald Trump for fear that his supporters will come after them.
With the lone exception of Bill Clinton in 1996, Arizona hasn’t gone for a Democrat since 1948. That streak could end this year.
Donald Trump is facing potential trouble in a state that has gone for a Democrat only twice since the end of World War II.
Much like their predecessors, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have released only limited information about their health. It may be time for that to change.
Eight years after beating her for the Democratic Nomination, Barack Obama passed the torch to Hillary Clinton with a speech that sounded more like Ronald Reagan than anything we’ve heard from the Republican nominee.
The Army Chief of Staff and Commandant of the Marine Corps told Congress that women should be required to register for the draft just like men are.
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.
One of the nation’s preeminent polling firms is sitting out the 2016 primaries.
Seventy years ago, Harry Truman became President in the final months of a war. He wasn’t prepared for it, but most Vice-President’s after him have been.
Pundits and political scientists agree that, if the 2016 presidential election were today, we’d have a much better idea who would win.
By a wide margin Americans think it was wrong of the GOP to invite Israel’s Prime Minister to speak to Congress.
Another round of election losses is leading Democrats to contemplate the direction they should take going forward.
While the battle for the Senate remains up in the air, the Republican majority in the House remains secure.
The Army brass is worried about its diversity in critical mid-level posts.
Some have argued that there is an historical bias against political parties holding on to the White House for more than two terms. As with most commonly held ideas, that simply isn’t true.
Today’s foreign-policy disputes rarely consider the way America’s response to one crisis might affect another.