It may feel that we are watching our elected leaders allow our country to plummet off of the fiscal cliff. But in reality, we are simply watching the art of negotiation.
Everyone has been waiting for an October Surprise to affect the tight Presidential race. It took all month, but the October Surprise finally arrived, in the form of a major hurricane.
The presidential candidates are leaving the heavy lifting of campaigning to their running mates as they spend one more day preparing for their first debate, scheduled for Wednesday night.
A right we have held dear for over two hundred years is the key to the complications the United States faces in Middle East. And niether side seems to be ready to back down any time soon.
With Election Day less than 60 days away, it’s time we hear about what each candidate will do, not by himself, but within the real framework of our government, including the opposing party.
The crazy rant of a county judge in the state of Texas is showing just how polarized our political environment is in this country.
The focus of the presidential campaign is back on tax returns, but that focus says more about voter hypocrisy than it does tax rates.
Gallup shows that President Obama’s approval rating is still below 50%, but that may not be as big of an advantage for Mitt Romney as it may seem.
Echoes of Senator Michael Bennet’s successful 2010 campaign are showing up in President Obama’s 2012 campaign in Colorado, but will the results be the same?
The Supreme Court decision on the American Care Act may have decided various legal issues, but many unaffiliated voters are still undecided on the issue for a very basic reason.