What lessons are there for the United States in general, and Democrats in particular, in last weeks British election?
Brexit seems like it’s inevitable at this point, and that could set in motion a series of events that would mean the end of the United Kingdom.
Robert Mugabe led a nation to independence only to become a dictator who destroyed its economy, has died at the age of 95.
A series of scandals at Oxfam and other charitable organizations raise troubling questions.
As Brexit negotiations go on and the consequences of Britain leaving the European Union become clearer, some Britons are starting to ask for a chance at a second referendum.
The ‘No Labels’ movement is back, and it’s as irrelevant to contemporary politics as ever.
A massive political miscalculation by Theresa May leads to an uncertain future in the United Kingdom.
Many pundits are arguing that the victory for ‘Leave’ presages good news for Trump in November, but there’s no reason to believe that.
The United States and Europe are giving everything the perpetrators of the Paris attacks hoped for.
Britain’s Labour Party has taken a hard tilt left with the election of Jeremy Corbyn as leader.
Republicans could learn a few things from the Tory victory in the recent British elections, but they are in danger of drawing the wrong conclusions.
The just-concluded British General Election was also a clash between two former top advisers to President Obama.
Does it matter if political leaders like each other on some personal level? Sometimes it does.
There seems to be an effort underway to reassess the legacy of our 43rd President.
For a peace envoy, Blair has some nonpeaceful ideas.
Sarah Palin waded into the foreign policy pool today with a piece about Iran, and it was about as empty as most of the other ideas on Iran that we’ve heard over the last six years or so from everyone else.
If the Republicans win back Congress in November, it will be largely unearned. But that doesn’t mean that there’s no incentive for change in American politics.
Tonight’s topics: President Obama’s speech, Tony Blair’s book, Glenn Beck’s rally, and the GOP’s steady rise in the polls.