And another one gone, another one gone, another one bites the dust.
Former Congressman Joe Sestak (Who?) is ending his bid for the Democratic Presidential nomination.
As many as twelve candidates for the Democratic nomination may not qualify for the next debate. They should use that as an opportunity to get out of a race they clearly aren’t going to win.
Once again, twenty candidates will participate in the second debate scheduled to take place over two nights at the end of the month.
Former Congressman Joe Sestak is the 24th Democrat to enter the race for President.
The politics of gun control is not nearly as easy as its supporters believe it to be.
Polls show the Republicans easily retaking the House but falling short in the Senate. But 2006 showed us that wave elections can produce shocking outcomes.
Will a Republican-controlled Congress bring about the third Presidential Impeachment in American history? Jonathan Chait thinks it’s virtually certain that it will, I’m not so sure.
President Obama and the Democrats are charging the Chamber of Commerce of funneling foreign money into ads for Republicans. It’s a desperate move unlikely to work.
Bill Kristol and friends are trying to make it politically toxic to criticize Israel.