Today's topics include: Benghazi Committee Clears Hillary of Wrongdoing; The Supreme Court's Historic Abortion Ruling; The Unhinged Wingnut Reaction; ...
Donald Trump's name lends itself to all sorts of mashed-up words, but we find it doesn't really work with the big story of the week. British voters decided to take the so-called "Brexit" (or "British exit") from the European Union.
Newt Gingrich's supposed smartness is rather indiscriminate, when examined closely. Newt has what he considers 10 or 12 brilliant ideas each day, which he is in the habit of just tossing out for discussion.
A former three-star general who served as the Republicans' chief counsel on the Benghazi Select Committee repeatedly acknowledged as he interviewed witnesses during the committee's investigation that nothing "could have been done differently to affect the outcome in Benghazi."
Hillary Clinton's "woman's card" campaign strategy is demeaning to women. She exploits grievance and group-think identity politics to serve her personal and political agendas and sometimes to shield herself from appropriate scrutiny.
With Hillary Clinton's recent victory in New York, her path to becoming the first female nominee for the Democratic party has become much more clear, but her victory in New York wasn't the only vote that garnered major headlines in the last week.
Here are 10 reasons she won't be indicted, much less go to jail, and the ways to break it to your wingnut friends so they don't harm themselves when they learn the truth.
Clinton's penchant for interventionism has contributed to destabilizing the Middle East and North Africa, creating ideal conditions for ISIS to grow and thrive. In this sense, she really did "help create ISIS."
The conduct of the Republican primaries makes Lord of the Flies look like a well-ordered society.
On the Republican side, now that "Jeb" is gone, we talk about "Mr. Trump" or "Sen. Cruz" or "Sen. Rubio" or "Governor Kasich." But among Democrats, i...
On Saturday the voters of South Carolina gave Hillary Clinton a huge victory sending her into Super Tuesday with the wind at her back. Hillary earned victory because the people of South Carolina know her; they trust she will have their backs when she is President.
Presented with these candidates, it feels like "everyone can vote except you." Blood pressure and blood sugar are rising. We've got a pounding headache that lasts more than four hours a day and our stomachs are burning. Frequent urination may follow.
Last week, at an Applebee's in Georgia, I met a married couple. They were older, with grown children. They were friendly and engaging people from Ohio. We talked about beer. We talked about veterans. And then, unfortunately, we talked about politics.
DAMMAM, Saudi Arabia --The first time I visited Benghazi was in the summer of 2011, five months into the revolution. I was exploring the city and recalling the many stories my father told me about his home as I was growing up. None of his recollections could have prepared me for what I found -- a resilient city bursting with newfound energy. This is the Benghazi I remember. Three months later, Gaddafi was seized and killed by rebel forces, and the National Transitional Council declared Libya free.
The final basis for allowing humility and empathy to reshape the Clinton campaign is that it will preclude her opponents, who have not exhibited the strength of personal character to enlighten us of their own failings, to not let Mrs. Clinton's miscues be just another excuse to hold women back.
Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders, Martin O'Malley and Hillary Clinton met for a town hall in Des Moines, Iowa Monday night to answer why they are the right choice to be commander-in-chief of the U.S. Here's a recap of what you may have missed from Drake University.