Three-and-a-half years and almost 6 million tax dollars have produced nothing.
The apparently eminent demise of abortion rights has reignited an old debate.
It is not a tool to foster compromise. It is tool of obstruction, plain and simple.
Whether the delusions of a madman or a deliberate scheme to poison the waters, there’s cause for concern.
The Russians are at it again, with the cooperation of the Trump administration and its enablers.
The 78-year-old is the Comeback Kid. And the only chance of preventing a Bernie Sanders nomination.
Is social media making it harder for Democrats to nominate a winning candidate?
President Trump says in a new interview that he would be willing to break the law to get “oppo research” on an opponent.
At least some conservatives appear to finally be recognizing that their movement has been taken over by grifters and frauds. The only question is, what took them so long?
John Fund thinks I am afraid of Stephen Moore (and that I am an economist). He is wrong on both counts.
There is a frustration and a growing sense that the American political system is illegitimate.
Thanks to Donald Trump, the happiest man in the world right now is Vladimir Putin.
The juxtaposition of two headlines at memeorandum is amusing.
A series of mini-scandals point to the conflicts of interest around the Clintons.
Pundits and political scientists agree that, if the 2016 presidential election were today, we’d have a much better idea who would win.
My latest for The National Interest, “Obama’s Paris Blunder: Part of a Much Bigger Problem,” has posted.
There’s more to life than politics. Unfortunately, there are many Americans who don’t seem to recognize that fact.
Republicans in the House seem determined to make life difficult for whomever wins the GOP nomination in 2016
One of the most repeated comments about the 2016 race is based on something that just isn’t true.
Will a couple closed lanes on the George Washington Bridge end up being a problem for New Jersey’s Chris Christie going forward?
Once again, the threat of the “nuclear option” appears to have had less megatonnage than some expected and others hoped.
90 percent of Americans support background checks for gun purchases. They are unlikely to be enacted into law.
Rand Paul’s filibuster has made him a darling among conservatives but it may not last.
John Sides argues that, contrary to popular conception, undecided voters are neither morons nor non-partisan.
For all the hype, it’s unlikely that tonight’s debate will have the same impact as the October 3rd Debate.
Mitt Romney’s “47 Percent” remarks seem to be hurting him.
As the final stretch of the campaign begins in earnest, Mitt Romney faces a very difficult task.
Mitt Romney is no more of a wimp than George H.W. Bush or John Kerry.
Jonathan Chait makes an astute observation about the media’s role in meme generation.
Worried the GOP might eliminate the filibuster if they gain control of the Senate? Don’t be.
2012 may be the last chance for the current Republican Party to win the White House.
Chris Christie’s weight has become a political concern, apparently.
America’s pundits have never met anyone who didn’t think Tim Pawlenty would be a good nominee.