The ink is barely dry on Barack Obama’s victory and some conservatives are already focusing blame on the Governor of New Jersey.
President Obama easily won re-election last night, carrying virtually all of the battleground states. Meanwhile, abortion, gay marriage, and recreational marijuana also won big.
Republicans already seem to be blaming Hurricane Sandy in the event Mitt Romney loses.
It’s just a few days until the 2012 campaign ends, and the jostling for position for 2016 begins.
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.
Mayor Bloomberg has decided to hold the New York Marathon Sunday even though millions are still without power and the city infrastructure is unable to cope with normal activity.
Pundits on the left and the right are having a hard time understanding what Chris Christie’s praise of the President is all about.
Mitt Romney has ground to make up if he’s going to catch the President and there’s not much time left to do it.
Once again, a natural disaster has caused a common economic fallacy re resurface.
A week out from the election, President Obama is a heavy favorite to win re-election. But the major press continues to pretend otherwise.
Under the right circumstances, it would be possible to postpone a Presidential election.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has been working tirelessly to ensure Barack Obama is a one-term president but has been effusive in praising Obama’s leadership during Hurricane Sandy.
I was struck by the degree to which WhiteHouse.gov looks like an Obama campaign site.
The nation’s capitol is closed in anticipation of Hurricane Sandy. But the Supreme Court will be reporting for duty.
Naturally, most of us are asking: What does this mean for next Tuesday’s election.