David (47 percent) Corn debates Ron (not NJ's) Christie about the constitutional and political aspects of McCutcheon. Since the Roberts Court believes that money is more important than voting, how can pro-democracy advocates pursue the slogan, 'Money Out/ Voters In?'
"Decision 2016" -- or maybe we should just call it "Dynasty"... ...
As the public becomes increasingly aware that for-profit colleges have been ripping off taxpayers and ruining students' lives, there are risks of keynoting the APSCU conference.
Squelching political corruption was the purpose of the campaign spending finance laws that the right-wing justices gutted. The spending limits shrank billionaires' ability buy politicians.
Someone needs to remind The Big Man that Americans don't elect angry, arrogant bullies as president, especially those from New Jersey who are embroiled in revenge scandals.
The great political struggle we now face is whether the United States retains its democratic heritage or whether we move toward an oligarchic form of society where the real political power rests with a handful of billionaires, not ordinary Americans.
In what some are calling a preview of the 2016 election season, Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush both spoke on the same stage at the Globalization of High...
What a sobering realization to think that presidential hopeful Jeb Bush has no qualms about pushing America down this despairing path. Common Core and all of its reform tentacles need to die.
The Jeb Bush Florida Education "Miracle" is a sham, Florida parents. Tell all who will listen that you know so.
I believe the real Barack Obama is the one who sat cross-legged with students at Washington DC's Powell Elementary School. As the Washington Post's Em...
With Chris Christie's ongoing Bridgegate "scandal," U.S. democracy might be joining the New Jersey governor's political future, going the way of the Dodo bird as well.
At this point, the field of candidates for the Republican presidential nomination is wide open. Governor Chris Christie's plight may not have altered the outcome of the Republican presidential nominating process, but it sure has led to another major traffic jam.
Now that Chris Christie is generally considered to be toast for the nomination he never would have had anyhow, Jeb Bush is being whispered about as the Republicans' "great white hope."
Two years is the equivalent of twenty years in political time, but there have been some recent political twists and turns that may profoundly affect t...
You've probably heard the scuttlebutt about the U.S. allegedly "closing" its embassy at the Vatican. It's a lie.
But before we start imagining the Christies measuring the White House curtains, let's get real here. New Jersey is not Iowa or New Hampshire.