A few years ago, CBS News conducted a poll about Americans’ perception of government. The headline of the resulting story: Alienated nation: Americans complain of government disconnect. The first sentence
It's been a few weeks since I surveyed the Republican presidential field, but recent developments seem to indicate it's time to take another look. While much attention has been paid to Fox's reshuffling
true The Florida senator has brushed off attacks about his money management before, but he's now in a bigger and heavier-hitting league. Marco Rubio’s financial past is coming back to haunt him, and the
On Wednesday, Sen. Jim Risch (R-Idaho) announced that he is supporting Rubio for president. Risch is the third senator to come out in favor of Rubio in three days, following the endorsements of Sen. Steve
As The Washington Post reports, the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) has bipartisan backing and is due to be voted on next week — but is prompting significant opposition from the tech industry.
What about gun violence? Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) blames the murder of nine people at an Oregon community college on abortion, single motherhood, and the deceased shooter's father. In a lengthy
Bobby Jindal can’t get more despicable than this: His ugly response to the Oregon shooting is why he deserves to be losing
(AP/Aj Mast) The presidential wannabe has endorsed discrimination, creationism & Islamophobia — but this is Jindal at his worst October 7, 2015 7:45pm (UTC) If you’re one of those liberal morons who believes
He said "intact traditional families" are best for children, "so let's stop pretending everything is of equal value." GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson, calling for a focus on families with "traditional,
There was a time—how often has this sentence been written?—when the Republican Party stood for certain ideas, even if they sometimes contradicted each other: for instance, antipathy toward high marginal
There were several interesting revelations, including a bump in the number of classified emails that were a part of Clinton's release, as well as an email about how Clinton was unhappy about the decision
Exceptional Fact #1: Failure Is Success, or the U.S. Remains the Sole Superpower If you were to isolate the single most striking, if little discussed, aspect of American foreign policy in the first 15
By Joseph D'Urso LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - At least 10 million poor people face hunger this year and next because of droughts and erratic rains linked to record global temperatures and an "super"