It wasn’t exactly Lincoln-Douglas but, in the end, Hillary Clinton clearly outperformed Donald Trump last night.
Donald Trump engages in some nice post hoc ergo propter hoc by implying that the decline in manufacturing jobs in North Carolina is due to NAFTA. Ignoring that other factors are more likely playing a far greater role in the loss of manufacturing jobs.
By the end of the night, we’re likely to be in an entirely new phase of the race for both the Republican and Democratic nominations.
Both Donald Trump and Ohio Governor John Kasich face big tests in tomorrow’s Michigan primary.
Bernie Sanders was more aggressive in last night’s debate than he has been in the past, but it’s likely too little, too late.
More than 23 million people watched the debate Wednesday night.
Donald Trump’s assertion that he will get Mexico to pay for his border wall is being laughed at in Mexico City.
In 1992, an eccentric billionaire ran an independent campaign against a Bush and a Clinton. It could happen again.
In case you needed a further reason to dismiss Jerome Corsi (and some general thoughts on what Corsi represents).
At some point, however, using the bad actions of the past to justify worse actions in the present has to stop.
The Obama campaign’s focus on Mitt Romney’s alleged involvement in moving companies overseas is entirely phony.
Our political scene has changed drastically since Bob Kerrey was last in the Senate.
After a lengthy wait, free trade agreements with Colombia, Panama, and South Korea have been approved by Congress.
Yes, China’s GDP growth has been impressive for some time now, but it is not the sole way to understand development.
It has now been 60 days since American involvement in Libya commenced. Congress has failed to act, and that’s their fault.
The 20th Amendment was supposed to eliminate lame duck sessions, but it didn’t.
Unless there’s an emergency, is it proper for representatives who have been defeated in a mid-term election to be voting on controversial legislation?
While not inherently unconstitutional, lame duck Congresses have the potential for violating the spirit of the Constitution and create the potential for mischief on the part of Representatives who have been thrown out of office.