A piece in The Atlantic inspires thoughts.
So, it turns out that Fox News wasn’t really all that fair or balanced.
Trump threatens civil war if he’s removed from office.
A new law set to take effect in Utah before the New Year will lower the BAC limit for drunk driving by 40% to .05. Will the rest of the nation follow?
Mia Love, recently narrowly defeated in her bid for re-election, has some parting words for her party. They probably won’t listen, but they should.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints wants to be referred to by its given name. Shouldn’t we respect that wish?
President Trump is reportedly considering the 47-year-old Utah Senator to replace Anthony Kennedy.
After hitting a stumbling bloc in April, Mitt Romney coasted to a win last night, and has a clear path to Washington and the U.S. Senate.
The church sponsors 20 percent of the youth organization’s membership.
That “Romney for Senate” campaign seems pretty much inevitable.
President Trump delivered a wholly inappropriate political speech to the Boy Scout Jamboree, but that should surprise nobody.
Donald Trump is facing potential trouble in a state that has gone for a Democrat only twice since the end of World War II.
Damon Linker writes, “Millions of people disagree with your political views. That doesn’t make them moral monsters.”
The latest desperation bid from anti-Trump Republicans is guaranteed to make a GOP civil war more likely.
Putting Donald Trump at the top of the ticket would likely lead to an Electoral College disaster for Republicans.
As expected, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton both scored big wins in Arizona, while Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders both continued to win caucus states.
One week after Marco Rubio left the race, Donald Trump’s hold on the lead in the GOP Presidential race seems as solid as ever.
Donald Trump won his third contest in a row in Nevada, putting him one step closer to inevitability.
Tonight’s Nevada Caucuses could be as chaotic as the floor of a Vegas casino, but Donald Trump seems to be in position to score another win.
A long standing policy against gay Scout Leaders has been repealed.
Robert Gates, the former Defense Secretary who now serves as head of the Boy Scouts Of America, has called for an end to that organizations ban on gay Scout Leaders.
Mitt Romney is set to make an announcement at 11 Eastern today. [UPDATE: He’s out!]
Mitt Romney certainly seems to be running for president again. And he’s now on at least his third reinvention.
A victory for same-sex marriage in an unlikely place.
Does the public still care about the personal transgressions of politicians? The evidence seems to suggest they don’t.
Why I supported Mitt Romney despite his constant flip-flopping, fibbing, and fecklessness.
One Professor suggests we sacrifice yet more of our freedom in the wake of the embassy protests in the Middle East.
Mitt Romney still has problems with Southern whites that could pose problems for him in states like Virginia and North Carolina.
Mitt Romney’s speech last night was the best he’s ever given, but it’s impact may have been undercut but several odd production decisions that preceded it.