If President Trump expected to get a political bump from the death of the leader of ISIS, he is most likely going to be disappointed.
A new poll indicates that at least some Democrats continue to hold Biden’s 2002 vote in favor of the Iraq War.
The consolidation of Super Tuesday makes the current system even more broken than before.
Donald Trump continues to lead, while Marco Rubio surges, in the first polls out of New Hampshire since the Iowa Caucuses.
Bernie Sanders has jumped ahead of Hillary Clinton in the Hawkeye State.
Another poll shows Bernie Sanders doing will in New Hampshire, but there’s no evidence he’s catching on anywhere else in the country.
A man best known, perhaps, for what he didn’t do, has passed away
The Keystone XL pipeline bill is dead until the next Senate. Mary Landrieu’s political career, on the other hand, is basically dead for the foreseeable future.
Self-described socialist Bernie Sanders is contemplating an independent run for the presidency.
After many ballyhooed glitches, 7 million Americans have signed up for ObamaCare. Now what?
The GOP seems to be making the same mistakes that led to defeat in 2012.
Harry Reid appears to be short of the votes he needs to enact filibuster reform.
Private college degree mills have come under intense scrutiny. But many public institutions have similar statistics.
The Solicitor General was unprepared to answer the most predictable question on the ObamaCare insurance mandate.
Since the adoption of the current rules for delegate allocations only twice has either party nominated someone who did not win either IA or NH.
How likely is it that a GOP Senate would eliminate the filibuster? Not very.
The Ames Straw Poll is like the first scrimmage of NFL training camp.
Once again, it looks like efforts to reform the Senate’s filibuster rules have fallen victim to that old devil politics.
The filibuster reform package that Senate Democrats unveiled yesterday has much to recommend to it. Unfortunately, it’s probably doomed.
The Senate rejected an effort to limit the extension of the Bush tax cuts based on income level. At this point, the only question is when Democrats will concede defeat on this debate.
Will Democrats use a lame-duck session of Congress to pass legislation they can’t get through otherwise ? They might try, but I doubt they’ll succeed.