Today is the anniversary of a significant turning point in the Civil War.
A POLITICO analysis finds that “Obama and his top campaign aides have engaged far more frequently in character attacks and personal insults than the Romney campaign.”
Some unpleasant news for the Democrats in a new poll.
Will an MRI of your brain someday be able to tell if you’re lying? And, if it can, should it be admissible in Court?
Whether or not it’s proper to call the FRC a “hate group,” the persecution complex being displayed in the wake of Tuesday’s shooting is absurd.
There’s a wee bit more to the “Progressive defended my sister’s killer” story that went viral yesterday.
Matt Fisher’s post “My Sister Paid Progressive Insurance to Defend Her Killer In Court” is going viral.
An object lesson in bureaucracy and the reason why infrastructure projects aren’t as easy to complete as some think.
The Obama campaign is challenging an Ohio law that gives members of the military three extra days to vote. They have a very persuasive argument.
The US government has an odd and unproductive view on the concept of talks.
A new study suggests that taxing millionaires sends millionaires to somewhere that doesn’t tax millionaires.
Wouldn’t it be easier to bury the power lines instead of dealing with storm damage and week-long power outages seemingly every year?
Congress has found Eric Holder to be in contempt. I am not entirely sure what that accomplishes.
While it upheld the Affordable Care Act today, the Supreme Court also placed some clear limits on Congressional power. That’s a good thing.
Chief Justice Roberts: “Although the breadth of Congress’s power to tax is greater than its power to regulate commerce, the taxing power does not give Congress the same degree of control over individual behavior.”
Mitt Romney continues to trail the President very badly among Latino voters. That could be a big problem in November.
If not Hillary Clinton or Joe Biden, who might the Democrats have to choose from in 2016?
Is President Obama’s announcement on same-sex marriage helping to create a change in opinion on the issue among African-Americans?
The race is over, Rick Santorum just won’t admit it.
Republicans are finally starting to realize that they are in trouble with Hispanic voters.
Weeks of bizarre talk about contraception and vaginal ultrasounds has surprisingly alienated women from the Republican Party.
David C. Levy argues college professors at teaching universities are overpaid because they don’t put in enough hours.
Rick Santorum won Louisiana last night, but he’s still going to lose the race for the nomination.
The results of Louisiana’s primary mean a lot less than the pundits will tell you they do.
Like most endorsements, Jeb Bush’s endorsement of Mitt Romney is unlikely to have a major impact on the race.
Yesterday, the campaign silly season got particularly silly.
Mitt Romney won big in Illinois last night, and moved a big step closer to wrapping this race up.
The Pentagon has released the name of the US Army National Guard major murdered in an Afghan ministry this weekend.
Another Federal Court rules in favor of marriage equality, and the biggest news is how unsurprising the outcome of the case is.