Unlike Never Trump pundits, Republican voters are probably more interesting in winning than appropriating the idealism of Justin Amash.
If Obamacare is such a wonderful and glorious healthcare solution, why do Democrats like Michael Bennet continue to avoid it like the plague?
During a conversation with a host on stage during the digital innovation event, Obama took the opportunity to speak negatively about U.S. gun laws.
Ben Domenech and Niall Ferguson sit down at the Hoover Institution to discuss rising populism in elections, foreign policy, and culture wars.
Once again, tax relief has spurred economic growth, stimulated higher productivity, and created jobs. The experts were wrong.
Is the Democratic Party still the party of Barack Obama? Joe Biden better hope so.
Many of the same Democrat hopefuls who boycotted AIPAC could be found yucking it up with infamous race-baiter Al Sharpton this week.
Joe Biden is abandoning his strengths to play on the turf of the narrow, ‘upstairs’ progressive elites: socialism and identity politics.
Although Obama presented himself as a moderate, he was far from it. Still, people bought his act. What will the Democratic Party do without that illusion?
Lost in the mists of the last decade: People spoke openly of Obama’s ‘Jewish problem’ in 2008. He went on to normalize Israel critics with dubious motivations and terror connections.
Much to left’s chagrin, the former president was able to speak hard truths about personal growth and community accountability to an audience of young black men.
Americans have widely divergent ideas about what “American interests” looks like. Which ones is the FBI going to criminalize?
Mitt Romney’s conflation of policy disagreements with criticism of Donald Trump’s character make his Washington Post op-ed incoherent and fatuous.
In recent years, it’s become dogma among journalists and liberals to treat ‘dark money’ as an attack on democracy. It’s not.
Donald Trump declines the authority of the cultural sectors that most assertively claim it. That’s the real conflict going on.
For the first time in modern history we have had two cult of personality presidents in a row. How will this shape the future of our politics?
His aggressive effort to turn out the Democrat vote in key Senate, House and gubernatorial races largely failed.
If Democrats win the House this week, it won’t necessarily be the historic moment partisans imagine. While the president’s party almost always loses in the midterms, it rarely defines his presidency.
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