The Crazy Party took a step closer to nominating a presidential candidate who makes even moderate Republicans' skin crawl.
Wow, it sure is amazing what can happen in one week; the entire Republican Primary race has changed. Perry has entered exactly when he needed to, stealing the spotlight from the rest of the candidates.
While the words "climate" and "energy" seems to be on the lips of every presidential hopeful this election cycle, many of the GOP primary contenders are consistently inconsistent in what they are saying.
While many Americans may be on vacation, the Republican candidates are entering one of the most important weeks: in many ways, this week will really mark the start of the Republican contest.
When the president places himself in the middle, there is no one on the wing to create a strong negotiating position. With Obama establishing the liberal position in the center of the possibilities, the deal inevitably is cut further to the right.
By embracing the issue of climate change and proposing a revenue-neutral price on carbon, Huntsman can transform the current image of Republicans from a party of obstruction to a party of solutions.
The Republican race as it stands is Romney's to lose and without any debates the contest may resemble more of a name recognition contest now than a race in which anyone is running on their records.
The separation of church and state is a major principle in American public life, one that the rest of the world acknowledges and -- as evinced by the Dalai Lama's recent remarks -- even admires.
My now-deceased parents immigrated here from Canada to seek better opportunities and my Mom would cry every time she heard The Star Spangled Banner. I'm glad she's not here to witness a potential loony tune takeover of our promised land.
Jon Huntsman has been called a slightly unorthodox Mormon. But the rich diversity of Mormons illustrates that there is no such thing as an orthodox (or unorthodox) Mormon. Such labels merely serve to perpetuate a stereotype.
You've got to hand it to former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. What he lacks in consistency and charisma as the 2012 Republican presidential frontrunner, he makes up for with stunning political awkwardness.
Michele Bachmann is rising in the latest New Hampshire poll and the most recent Iowa poll shows her nearly dead even with Mitt Romney. This might seem...
McIlroy explained his strategy was to set an overall goal, do his best, play things out in small segments and not pay much attention to the leaderboard. His approach could be a model for Republicans who want to take on President Obama.
The first Des Moines Register Poll was released on June 25 and it really does matter; this is the first substantive poll of the race. Why? The poll is...
John Huntsman... whoops, took that from their own campaign materials, sorry... let's start over... Jon Huntsman announced he was running for president, to a giant collective yawn outside the Beltway.
In a primary race which should be about electability more than anything else, no candidate appears very electable.