In the Cartman presidency, there are no limits on what Barack Obama can do.
Scott Walker is only a national figure because the left made him one. That’s a double-edged sword.
Whether Rick Perry runs for president or not, his ideas will be scattered throughout the 2016 field.
Marie Harf suggests the best way to destroy ISIS is with a jobs program as opposed to killing people.
Running in this cycle is not in Marco Rubio’s best interest, and of the potential 2016 candidates, he has the most to lose.
Rand Paul’s problem is that where other politicians speak in pablum, he tries to keep it real.
We’ve had mandatory vaccine policies in the U.S. since before the Emancipation Proclamation. Why are they controversial now?
Ironically, without Mitt Romney in the field, Jeb Bush could have stronger challenges to face.
In this edition of Thunderdome: Mitt Romney and Barack Obama want to warn their past selves of mistakes.
Reforming CBO to be more transparent and reasonable in its estimates is a good thing, not a war on math.
The 2016 presidential primary season is finally upon us. Let’s familiarize ourselves with the cast of characters.
The NYPD is now actively shirking its duty to enforce the law. Mayor de Blasio should remind them there is no right to strike against the public safety.
The context for the Cromnibus showdown was an internal debate within the Democratic Party about how much President Obama matters for their future.
TNR owner Chris Hughes illustrates the danger of working at a publication which is little more than a rich person’s hood ornament.
The Stand With Hillary video shows the fissures in the Democratic coalition laid bare.
What’s the explanation for falling abortion rates? In part, it’s the elimination of stigma for single motherhood.
Using penis pumps to pay for entitlements: government spending will at least suck a little less with these cuts to the vacuum-based erection program.
In a piece about the failings of memory, the New York Times curiously forget to disclose the actual facts about Neil Tyson’s history of fabricating quotes.
Cook’s Illustrated founder Christopher Kimball believes food isn’t art. Here’s how his views have prevailed in a world of food porn.
Welcome to the Eric Cartman presidency – “whatever, I do what I want.”
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