A new poll finds that people in Illinois have an accurate assessment of politics in their state.
Same-sex marriage remains the law of the land in one of the most conservative states in the nation, at least unless the Supreme Court says otherwise.
A victory for same-sex marriage in an unlikely place.
Some interesting taking of sides is already taking place in the GOP Senate race in Wyoming.
POLITICO is joining the stampede toward metered paywalls. In a twist, it will remain free in regions where it’s most popular.
The days of tax-free online shopping are coming to an end.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul won a completely meaningless straw poll.
Democrats are approaching an “Electoral College lock.” Republicans are trying to pick it.
No, the electoral college does not encourage the candidates to pay special attention to the small states.
The history of the DREAM Act underscores the significance of the 60-vote Senate.
Republican politicians have largely avoided the topic of same-sex marriage since President Obama’s announcement. Why?
Rick Santorum’s campaign is starting to tilt at windmills.
Foster Friess, Rick Santorum’s money guy, probably shouldn’t be his media guy.
Senator Mike Enzi wants to replace the Dollar Bill with a coin. As with past efforts, it’s a great idea that is unlikely to succeed.
Things aren’t all sunshine and roses for the Obama 2012 campaign.
Michael Hastings has yet another credulous story attempting to smear the United States military.
Newt Gingrich last night declared that he would abolish the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Even if the Senate operated under wholly majority rules, it would not be the House.
A book could be written on this subject, but let me suggest the following as a good place to start
Ben Bernanke didn’t offer many clues in his speech today, but one wonders if he really has any tricks left up his sleeve.
Sunday afternoon musings on an electoral college sweeps.