Republicans and Tea Party braggarts are beaming that voters have spoken. But have they? The truth is, I don't think they've said much of anything. Rather, what they did Tuesday instead was grunt and groan.
This election has brought me several epiphanies. Our phone has been ringing off the hook for days. The term is for these intrusions is robocalls. My ...
Clinton's outreach to Meek is an insight into the appalling, anti-participatory, undemocratic nature of the plurality voting system that we too often take for granted.
From my stance as an online reputation expert, my advice for both the trailing candidates in the Florida Senate race is to better engage your audience online and pull out all your messaging guns.
I think the GOP is worth trying to fix, and I do my part by trying to expose the hypocrisy, and self-serving special interests from within its ranks.
Mr. Rubio -- it is not all about you. It's about us, We the People, and the people who come here to share in our freedoms.
Lost in the battle for partisan control of Congress and state government is an important fact: we may be seeing the end of the two-party system as we know it.
The disability label, like any other label, keeps people in a box and robs them of opportunities that we able bodied people claim as our right.
As Coach Bill Parcells said, you are what your record says you are. And the Republican record says that their slate is filled with out-of-the-mainstream, clearly unqualified, Tea Party-influenced candidates.
WARNING: Severe Reality Curve! This cautionary tale may be unsuitable for the Obama Administration's Department of Education and state legislatures en...
An interesting by-product of any downturn in an economy is that you can categorize the stakeholders into four categories -- victims, users, scavengers and survivors.
Have we lost faith ourselves to the point we now believe a strategic, financed, people driven grassroots campaign can't counter Marco Rubio's right-wing fundraising?
Rasmussen 9/28/10; 750 likely voters, 4% margin of error Mode: Automated phone (Rasmussen release) Florida 2010 Senate 41% Rubio (R), 30% Crist (i),...
Democrats are enjoying sitting back with their popcorn buckets as they watch the GOP Civil War get nastier by the minute, making it even more likely that the left will have another two years at the controls.
The Republican Party establishment watched last night in horror as Tea Party candidate Christine O'Donnell swamped Castle in the primary. This will likely mean Joe Biden's old Senate seat will remain in Democratic hands.
Will partisan Florida voters "cross over" this election, hold their nose, and vote for a candidate of the other party? And will enough of them do it to put state CFO Alex Sink and Governor Charlie Crist into office?