Maybe we need hazmat suits to protect us from our leaders.
Do bothersome facts matter anymore?
In the years following the adoption of the Constitution, before he was secretary of state under President Thomas Jefferson and then president himself, James Madison, who wrote the Constitution, was a member of the House of Representatives.
Jeb Bush’s stated willingness to raise taxes in exchange for promised spending cuts may undermine a possible presidential run.
As Election Day approaches, most analysts are focusing on campaign optics and poll data — who spends more on television or wins debates few voters watch.
There is growing unease over President Obama’s refusal to say anything about his agenda for the final two years of his administration until after the midterm elections.
The wave is approaching the shoreline. I am talking to Republicans and independents. The wave they have been awaiting is an electoral wave, and it seems to be coming in.
Americans groove on the exhilaration of argument and accusation as the midterm elections finally approach, but here in Germany, there’s the bitter remembrance of what it was like to have none of the above.
A significant study detailing an incredible amount of voter fraud in the past two national elections was released recently, but few news organizations gave the results any notice.
Wendy Russell Davis’ campaign for Texas governor is going up on smoke.
With less than a week until election day, NARAL Pro-Choice America is going desperate in an effort to stop Republican Rep. Cory Gardner from winning a Senate seat in Colorado, saying a vote for Mr. Gardner is a vote to decimate condom supplies.
Common Core is bad for students, and it’s bad for teachers, parents and state and local autonomy. It is a federal intrusion and all-encompassing leviathan that legally should not be allowed to stand.
As states have begun to implement Common Core State Standards in earnest, controversy around the initiative has swelled.
Americans go to the polls on Nov. 4 to cast their votes in a midterm election that’s shaping up to be an angry outcry over the disastrous direction of the country.
Four years ago, President Obama promised in a United Nations speech to “change the way we do business” with foreign aid and “seek partners who want to build their own capacity to provide for their people.” However, Mr. Obama, like numerous prior presidents, is more devoted to boosting aid spending than to fixing its flaws.