The transatlantic rejection of elite consensus that began with Brexit continues.
A longtime “Hillary Beat” reporter ruminates on what she and her candidate could have done differently in 2016.
Americans are rioting in the streets because they don’t like the outcome of a democratic election.
Americans don’t trust their government or each other. There’s no reason to hope it’ll get better.
While “fundamentals” will have more impact on choosing our next president than what happens on the campaign trail, the race itself is important.
A Republican political consultant says Hillary Clinton is in danger of losing the nomination.
Ed Klein says he has “Democrat sources” who Obama wants Warren to continue his mission to “transform America into a European-style democratic-socialist state.”
A thirteen hour filibuster by Wendy Davis ran out the clock on a special session of the Texas legislature, apparently defeating an abortion bill that passed 19-10 after time expired.
Even if you trust the current occupant of the White House to exercise the powers granted to the agencies operating in secret under him, do you trust all future Presidents?
President Obama easily won re-election last night, carrying virtually all of the battleground states. Meanwhile, abortion, gay marriage, and recreational marijuana also won big.
The Occupy movement began one year ago today. It’s no surprise that it ended up being a failure.
Obama heads into his convention in a good position, but with several potential pitfalls in his path.
National Review’s Kevin Williamson has some truly bizarre advice for Mitt Romney.
Once again, the usual suspects are exploiting tragedy for political purposes.
Restaurant chain Chick-fil-A is facing criticism after its President’s comments on same-sex marriage.
All the available evidence suggest that the Occupy movement has fizzled away into virtual nothingness.
One Goldman Sachs employee decided to quit his job in a very public manner.
Mitt Romney stumbled a bit during his victory tour this morning.
The reaction to the release of Mitt Romney’s tax returns is about what you’d expect.
One conservative contends that George Bailey is teaching America the wrong lessons.
Not surprisingly, people who are politically involved tend to be the ones that politicians listen to.
Time Magazine has chosen “The Protester” as its Person Of The Year. Let the outrage ensue.
Once again, pundits are suggesting that New York’s Michael Bloomberg might run for President. Though nobody seems to be able to explain why.
“Democratic” pollsters Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen argue that President Obama should decline to run for re-election.
Now that Occupy Wall Street is unable to occupy Wall Street, its leaders will have to come up with new ways to keep the pressure on. Some crazies are threatening to take the movement over in the meantime.
The Associated Press is trying to fight Twitter rather than engage it.
Public opinion on the Occupy movement has turned increasingly sour.
For the time being, there will be no overnight camping at Zuccotti Park
Chelsea Clinton’s hiring as an NBC personality is another hit for the meritocracy myth.
New York Police dealt a major blow to Occupy Wall Street overnight.
The Occupy movement is starting to face the reality that they really aren’t engaging in protected speech.
Details are still sketchy but two men are dead in separate shootings at Occupy Oakland (California) and Occupy Burlington (Vermont).
A new poll shows a plurality of people now have an unfavorable view of the Occupy movement.
If Occupy protestors getting hit by cars in two cities is the beginning of a trend, so is a second Iraq War veteran being seriously injured by police during the Occupy Oakland protestors.