Hundreds of doctors and dentists are returning to their day jobs after spending three days a few miles from where I grew up treating patients -- human patients -- in animal stalls.
NOW THAT HILLARY Clinton is about to become the Democratic nominee to take on Donald Trump, let's examine why so many voters claim they dislike and distrust her. It was not always so.
I haven't heard anybody else say the things I'm about to say to you. With the rapid public lynching of Debbie Wasserman Shultz and her "resignation" ...
I wonder why it is that his bilingualism is being celebrated while the bilingualism of the Latinx community continues to be policed and denigrated.
The Clinton/Kaine ticket is a Centrist Democratic ticket aimed to please "Moderate Republicans". To give the friends of George W. Bush a place to go, to vote for Clinton, now that the GOP is falling apart. This is a strategic choice by the Clinton team.
Hillary Clinton will become the Democratic nominee this week. Moving forward, whatever happens during the ensuing general election, the fact that she is a woman will be an inextricable part of the narrative.
Which means Kaine is exactly the wrong type of VP candidate for this year, in which large segments of the American electorate are rebelling against the status quo and the economic and political elites. The Clinton-Kaine ticket is the very definition of an insider, status quo ticket
Does Hillary Clinton understand that the biggest divide in American politics is no longer between the right and the left, but between the anti-establishment and the establishment? I worry she doesn't -- at least not yet.
The dark and treacherous skies Donald Trump invoked at the Republican National Convention last week have lifted as Democrats begin their meeting in Philly today with a healthy dose of optimism.
I am not a Hillary fan or a registered Democrat. I usually vote for the Green Party. But after watching coverage of the Republican National Convention...
Americans don't use the word "twit" as much as the English do, which is too bad. Twits are brainless people and they're all over the Internet, wa...
Many in the media took note of the massively authoritarian overtones in Donald Trump's Republican presidential nomination acceptance speech. How could they not?
Clinton is a creature of the center-left, and not the left. In an ordinary year, that would be just the ticket for winning the White House. This year, with anti-establishment sentiment at a boil, center-left may not quite be enough.
When you combine a Putin personality (says Kasparov) with a sociopath (says author of "Art of The Deal"), you get a Convention that wants to jail Hillary Clinton. Stuart Stevens & Ron Reagan agree that he's unlikely to win but may splinter the GOP into Reform-icon and Nativist Wings.
Because Hillary needs to win the general election support of Sanders voters, the Clinton team allowed the Bernie supporters to write much of the Democratic Platform. The result was a progressive victory.
The resignation of Debbie Wasserman Schultz from the Democratic national committee chair is the right move but is being made for the wrong reasons. ...