The early frontrunner for the Democratic nomination is drawing fire from multiple fronts. It may destroy his candidacy before it begins.
Former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld has rejoined the Republican Party, leading many to wonder if he’s considering a challenge to President Trump in 2020.
The political fight over North Carolina’s so-called “Bathroom Bill” has moved to the Federal Courts.
In an unprecedented move that reeks of desperation, Ted Cruz is naming Carly Fiorina as his running mate before the primary process has even ended.
If Donald Trump is going to win in early states like Iowa or New Hampshire, he needs a ground game that will get voters to the polls. It doesn’t seem like he has much of one right now.
The nastiest campaign ad of the 2014 cycle is here, and Wendy Davis should be ashamed of it.
Chief Justice Roberts lamented recently that an increasingly partisan confirmation process could mean that Justices who have contributed much to the Court would not be confirmed today. He’s right.
Rather than being a bad thing, negative campaigning is an essential part of our political system.
Once again, the punditocracy is bemoaning the rise of so-called “negative campaigning.”
On Palm Sunday, French Christians stormed a museum and slashed Andres Serrano’s Piss Christ
Once again, the political media is wringing it’s hands over “negative” ads. As usual, it’s all a bunch of nonsense.
After several years in the wilderness, Dick Morris has returned as a Fox News analyst and, bizarrely, adviser to several Republican candidates for Congress.
Attempts to capture the speech patterns of the American South in written dialogue should be approached with extreme caution.
Christine O’Donnell has become the latest star of the Tea Party movement, and her primary battle with Mike Castle the latest battleground over the future of the Republican Party.