America needs real women sitting at the table of power.
If you believe certain Republicans who have anointed Mitt Romney as the next president, I have a binder full of reasons they are wrong.
If you expect the government to somehow guarantee that you'll have a better life than your parents, own a home or be promoted to vice president of a giant corporation, that is more fantasy than a dream.
Go back to a few "persons-on-the-street", and end with: If the people who experienced your governance would never vote for you [show his 35 percent approval rating], even six years later, why would anyone in America make that mistake?
It is obvious that his head has to be in the game tonight more than it was in the first debate. But the president has a fundamental choice he has to make going into tonight's debate and the entire three weeks left in this campaign.
We must all remember that the president can still look for inspiration to Abraham Lincoln in 1864, Bill Clinton in 1996, and Michael Jordan in game five of the 1997 playoffs.
Despite Arizona's reputation as a stalwartly red state, with a capital "R," Democrats are hoping to take back one of the state's U.S. Senate seats in ...
For Democrats to win this race, we have to go back to the values debate and the 47 percent video every day. This is our ultimate trump card because it makes 100 percent clear what Romney's core values are, even as he is now running from them in public.
Paul Ryan steps into the debate ring this week to face off against the highly seasoned, extremely gaffe-prone Vice President Joe Biden. Ryan has virtu...
As a die-hard romantic, I'm always thrilled when couples that have broken up get back together again. Especially if they parted ways because of something so inevitable as one of them sleeping with another person.
The man at the podium was Leon Fern, Obama's double, a human replica of the President with an uncanny resemblance to him in appearance, mannerisms and speaking voice.
There's a reason the current president promised to be "no-drama Obama." It's a promise he's delivered on, and that has served the country well. Those who want to know what a re-elected Obama is likely to do should not be distracted by his underwhelming recent performances. They should look back at his first-term record and note how consistent it is with his pragmatic and moderate personal character: an effective, but ultimately modest, balanced stimulus that's helped turn the economy around; the achievement, at long-last, of near-universal healthcare using an idea originating in conservative circles; the comeback of that emblem of American capitalism, the auto industry; winding down two wars and killing al Qaeda's leader in a bold but limited strike that deployed smart power rather than chest-thumping militarism; advancing and protecting reproductive and LGBT rights.
The president should make clear that our exceptionalism is not how wealthy the few become, but how much prosperity is created and shared by the many, and the fairness and justice and decency we stand for.
Sufficiently contrite or not, Arnold Schwarzenegger continues to be, as Jerry Brown noted on CNN right after the "surprise" announcement of candidacy in 2003, "a very interesting character."
Described by Time magazine as the "apotheosis of philanthrocapitalism" CGI is an ultimate power gathering of the minds.
By now the plans are distilled, practice rounds completed, curveballs anticipated and (Lord help us) zingers rehearsed. In order to "win" tonight -- and on November 6th -- some debate dos and don'ts for President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney.