The so-called "inevitability" amendment was proposed by Congress and then ratified within 30 minutes by all the states' legislatures, followed by responses of exhaustion and relief.
In this week's issue, we put the spotlight on Egypt, where things feel disturbingly similar to the way they were before the Arab Spring.
78-year-old Trudy Rosenlawn, the lead plaintiff in the lawsuit, spoke to reporters this morning while visibly shaking and clutching a hand-woven shawl with her thin, aged hands.
As the 2016 election approaches, it is likely that we will also be told that having a clear nominee early in the process, rather than a hard-fought, and potentially nasty, campaign for the nomination will be good for the party. This idea is intuitive and attractive, but it should be noted that it also completely false.
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Chris Christie is probably the last great hope in my lifetime to start to bring not only his party, but the American political system, to a center of political viability.
Is Hillary Clinton running for President? I don't know -- but if she is, I know what she should be doing right now.
In assessing the damage to a possible Christie 2016 candidacy, many are making the mistake of only looking at his chances in the general election. But to get to the general election, Christie has to win the Republican nomination. And the electorate for these primary contests is going to be radically different than the general election voting pool.
I assume you've all heard about this by now: A series of newly obtained emails and text messages shows that Gov. Chris Christie's office was closely ...
As the role of women expands and becomes increasingly important in the business world, it is essential for their perspectives and ideas to be reflected in the highest office in the land.
Christie has pointed to his success in New Jersey as a model for the GOP, but when you scratch the surface, much like Christie's record, the facts don't match the rhetoric
The president has accomplished many things during his time in office, but his primary legacy will always be Obamacare, and that is what he and his party will be judged on, especially in 2016.
Who or what is behind The New Republic's piece, "Hillary's Nightmare? A Democratic Party That Realizes Its Soul Lies With Elizabeth Warren," is politi...
Hillary Clinton has been coroneted as the presumptive next President of the United States. The crystallization of a consensus three years before the event is as intriguing as the questions about what sort of president she would make.
The most recent media-consumed fever-dream boils down to Chris Christie versus Hillary Clinton. Although, two weeks ago, Ted Cruz was the presumptive GOP nominee. Didn't Hillary use up her inevitability card in 2008?
He is not the second coming of Bill Clinton, George W. Bush or even Ronald Reagan; he's a candidate with a slim chance of becoming the next commander-in-chief. Here's why