An overwhelmingly popular President and a rising chorus of Americans are imploring policymakers to replace the culture wars with culture discussions. In this new moment, engaging in partisan warfare seems simply passé.
New Hampshire tends to be about two years ahead of the national electoral party trend and 2010 could prove to tip the balance of power for New Hampshire Democrats.
As I travel through Sri Lanka, covering the nation as it seeks reconciliation among its diverse population after decades of conflict, I am receiving e-mails from my friends at home asking me to review the basics.
Surely it will shortly rain down rainbow flags and incest and multiple flyers announcing a fabulous sale on Marc Jacobs eyewear now that New Hampshire has legalized gay marriage.
With Obama having stated he supports civil unions over gay marriage, the grassroots seems to be pretty far ahead of elected officials on this issue.
Years from now, Proposition 8 is going to be thought of as the tragedy that sparked a revolution. Gays and lesbians might find the pattern familiar: ...
According to aides to the former vice president, Mr. Cheney had briefly considered starring in an IMAX film called "The Dick Cheney 3-D Experience" before settling on the less costly sound truck idea.
Two Democratic governors -- John Lynch of New Hampshire and John Baldacci of Maine -- have opposed gay marriage in the past and now must respond to their legislature's actions.
If New Hampshire's legislature can be ahead of 45 other states on social issues, how can they be dead last on energy?
"Any person ... may marry any other eligible person regardless of gender," is the wording of the House and Senate passed bill now on the Governor's desk in New Hampshire.
Here is an update on Strategic Vision, one of the three polling firms that never responded to repeated requests for information by the American Associ...
As someone who writes about polling methodology, I consider last week's report from the American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) on th...
Most political junkies remember two things about last year's New Hampshire primary. First, Hillary Clinton's surprising three point win and the fact t...
There has been a series of robocalls made in recent weeks regarding Sarah Palin in two key primary states for 2012. Palin's "authorized" political action committee has formally denied conducting the poll.
This week, just like the stock market (funny how that goes), Republicans hit yet a new low.
The complicated picture of how America came to vote for its first black president reflects the country's multifarious attitude towards race