President Obama's legacy of expanding educational opportunity and parental choice has been game-changing for children throughout our country, and in p...
Hillary Clinton has yet to address the issue of fracking during her campaign. She recently vocalized her opposition to Keystone XL and Arctic drilling, but only when it was deemed politically favorable to say so.
In a TMFS sketch, a spokesperson for former New York City Rudy Giuliani explains how Rudy is furious at Hillary Clinton for invoking 9/11 as an excuse for Wall Street donations at the CBS Democratic debate, stealing his bit.
Despite the industrial food complex spending hundreds of millions on lobbying against labeling, three states have responded to the call from their voters and passed labeling laws. Vermont's laws will require that companies start labeling by July, 2016.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton did fine. It wasn't her best night, but she's a good debater who knows the issues. She had a couple of awkward moments, although we're not talking about anything too damaging.
It may seem like cognitive dissonance, but I like Graham. Graham respects the separation of powers and has logical, internally consistent (wrong) decisions that he sticks to out of principle.
After reading this book, I discovered that Michelle is not only all of the things you would assume of her, but so much more. She is a fighter, and really an inspiration that keeps me dreaming big. This diva has so many exciting things going on in her life, I had to ask her, "15 Questions."
Hillary Clinton might be a liberal icon to some, but in reality, she's the only candidate with neoconservative advisers and a hawkish foreign policy. If you dread more American involvement in the Middle East, perhaps Clinton might not be your choice for president.
Trump has the money of Scrooge McDuck and Richie Rich. Or perhaps he's more akin to Montgomery Burns from The Simpsons-- rich, ruthless, and taking great joy in firing people. What about the other presidential candidates?
The Paris terrorist tragedy has once again put into sharp relief the fact that our president is also the Commander-in-Chief. Let's take a quick tour of the GOP field and try to visualize which of them we would truly trust to protect our national security.
Isis, notwithstanding President Barack Obama's singularly ill-timed claim of just a few days ago, is decidedly not contained after a year of American air strikes and stop-and-start ground action. Chaos is again in the saddle.
If we in the West must feel so guilty, let's feel guilty about the children we've killed in Muslim lands -- rather than about protecting ourselves from "Muslims" -- and others -- who would kill us in our own.
For a highly disciplined candidate like Clinton, this most unpredictable of campaign exercises would appear to pose serious risk with minimal potential for reward.
Is it just me or did Hillary Clinton pull a Lois Griffin at the second Democratic debate? Asked about taking campaign money from Wall Street, she defe...
Who won the second Democratic debate? Hundreds of thousands of people voted online, and an overwhelming majority declared Bernie Sanders the top-perfo...
These failings hurt the charter school operators who are trying to operate aboveboard with students' best interests in mind. And rampant charter expansion undermines traditional public schools. A proposal to "charterize" half of the public schools in Los Angeles would not just disrupt the public school system, it would destroy it.