Swing State Polls Make Clear Romney’s Narrow Path To Victory

Mitt Romney gained some ground in Swing State polling, but that just makes clear how narrow his path to 270 Electoral Votes actually is.

Get Rid Of Recall Elections

Recall elections in a hyper-partisan atmosphere are not a good thing.

The Battle For The Senate

The battle is on for control of the Senate, but whoever wins is likely to have a very slim majority.

Mitt Romney’s Silly Attempt to Take Credit For Saving The Auto Industry

Mitt Romney is being rightfully ridiculed for trying to take credit for saving General Motors and Chrysler.

Voter Registration Restrictions and Representative Democracy

We should want more voters, not less, if we actually value representaitve democracy.

Newt Gingrich Rents Out Donor List

Further cementing his reputation as a sleaze bag, Newt Gingrich is now renting out the private information of his donors.

What’s Next For Rick Santorum, And The Republican Party?

We may have Rick Santorum to deal with in 2016.

Rick Santorum Suspending Presidential Campaign

We won’t have Rick Santorum to kick around anymore.

How SuperPACs Have Made Politics More Democratic

Far from being deterimental, there is a case to be made that SuperPACs have actually expended democracy during this election cycle.

Romney Scores Triple Primary Win, Santorum Campaign Becomes Quixotic Crusade

The race is over, Rick Santorum just won’t admit it.

Could Tonight Be The End For Santorum?

When will Santorum bow to the inevitable?

Republicans Trying To Mend Fences With Hispanic Voters, But It May Be Too Late

Republicans are finally starting to realize that they are in trouble with Hispanic voters.

Republican Stupidity Widens Gender Gap

Weeks of bizarre talk about contraception and vaginal ultrasounds has surprisingly alienated women from the Republican Party.

Vetting A Running Mate In A Post-Palin World

The vetting process for a Vice-Presidential running mate will likely be very different with memories of the Sarah Palin debacle fresh in everyone’s mind.

Santorum Scores Meaningless Win In Louisiana

Rick Santorum won Louisiana last night, but he’s still going to lose the race for the nomination.

Santorum Likely To Win Lousiana, But It Won’t Matter

The results of Louisiana’s primary mean a lot less than the pundits will tell you they do.

Romney Wins Big In Illinois, And This Race Is (Almost) Over

Mitt Romney won big in Illinois last night, and moved a big step closer to wrapping this race up.

Santorum Sweeps The Deep South, But Romney Wins The Delegate Fight Again

Rick Santorum won the night, but Mitt Romney continues to win the delegate hunt.

Obama Crusin’ For A November Bruisin’?

Things aren’t all sunshine and roses for the Obama 2012 campaign.

Citizens United And The SOPA/PIPA Blackout: Why The First Amendment Matters

Some questions for opponents of the Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United.

Republicans Turning On Their Own Amidst Payroll Tax Fiasco

Some Republicans are starting to realize just how badly the House GOP has messed up this time.

A Brokered GOP Convention? Not Likely

Could the GOP go into Tampa next August not knowing who their nominee will be? It’s possible, but not probable.

Herman Cain Flunks The Commander In Chief Test

Last night, Herman Cain established that he simply isn’t prepared to be Commander in Chief.

Herman Cain Campaign: Mark Block Won’t Be Fired

Herman Cain’s bizarre loyalty to his Campaign Director is one of the reasons he is unfit to be President.

Electoral College Predictions and False Premises

The Electoral College doesn’t matter in the way pundits think it does.

Obama’s Path To Victory

Despite the seeming odds against him, the Electoral College map is very favorable for President Obama.