After an eleven hour day on Capitol Hill, it was Hillary Clinton 1 House Benghazi Committee 0.
In addition to doing everything she needed to do last night, Hillary Clinton also destroyed whatever logic remained for a Joe Biden candidacy.
Not surprisingly, the Select Committee established by House Republicans to investigate something that has already been investigated multiple times, will be in operation well into the Presidential Election season.
Could the upcoming House Select Committee on Benghazi actually accomplish something useful?
Chris Christie’s decision to take a tactical retreat on the issue of same-sex marriage raises some interesting questions for 2016.
Last night’s Vice-Presidential debate was combative, but is unlikely to have a major impact on the race for President.
Sizing up the stakes for tonight’s one and only meeting between the two Vice-Presidential candidates.
So, Mitt Romney opened his mouth again.
In what is being described as the largest leak of secret documents in U.S. history, Wikileaks has made public more than 400,000 documents related to the seven year long Iraq War.
Bill Jacobson and Glenn Reynolds seem to be overly amused that Conor Friedersdorf has the title of “senior editor” over at Andrew Sullivan’s blog.
In 1994, it was the Contract With America. In 2010, it’s the Pledge To America. But does it really mean anything regardless of what it’s called ?
The guy who ran George W. Bush’s campaign and the Republican National Committee has realized after only 43 years that he likes dudes.
A roundup of some of the more intelligent commentary on the Big Picture issues in the brouhaha of the day.