Why does her nomination not feel more satisfying?
The Democratic Party has made it impossible for someone like Tim Kaine to rise through the ranks while being honest about what he believes is morally right.
For Hillary Clinton, the tricky act of unification has never been a major part of her skillset.
For all the GOP handwringing and concern about what would happen at their convention, the potential for a mess of a convention for the Democrats is high.
In Cleveland, Trump has arrived to something that looks like a modern convention, but there is a palpable sense of rising unease about what comes next.
The party of Lincoln comes to Cleveland this week to die.
We have breakdown, chaos, and upheaval in our politics today not because the people are ‘insane’. . . but because they are sane.
There’s many months to go – but the Clinton ad machine is only just cranking up, and Trump’s campaign is at the starting line, flat-footed.
The American left has become more illiberal in tendencies and views toward the toleration of opposing ideas within the public square.
A Party of Life would have one more attribute that both major parties lack today: it would stand for something, a clear unifying agenda around a single idea.
We deserve a justice system that actually delivers justice. The current system that is so obviously rigged in favor of certain politicians cannot.
Hillary Clinton thinks it is apparently very important to assert that when a crisis happens, she deserves the phone call, not Donald Trump.
The #NeverTrump movement is not going to change who ends up in the White House in January.
Beck and Erickson can go to their rooms to play their hit song ‘Alone in My Principles’ and leave the media criticism fray to those of us who believe it is important and valuable, and have the spine to do it.
Is the presumptive nominee of the Republican Party casually lying about complimentary phone calls to make his fellow Republicans look bad or is he getting prank calls?
In order to win, Trump will need to stoke the fires of anger against Hillary in ways that keep the nasty energy going in favor of his candidacy.
The Republican Party wants what it wants, and it wants Donald Trump.
The irony of Trump’s speech is that his prescriptions for the future would be more encouraging if he weren’t making the same mistake Obama has.
The news that Ted Cruz and John Kasich have formally agreed to join forces is an indication that they all see the same numbers we do.
Today is Tax Day, when all of us collectively send our necessary tithe to the church of the almighty bureaucracy, peace be upon them.
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