The people who manage Rick Perry's communications are really, really bad. Because of their aggregate incompetence, Perry is digging out of a policy hole that makes him look like that hiker in the Utah badlands who had to saw off his arm to survive. Perry has the same challenge.
The Republican National Committee has valiantly tried to lay down the law for the Republican primary season. Their plan will (one way or another) be somewhat of a radical change for the party.
Obama will have the resources to defend in the face of a Republican primary campaign which, as things look now, will likely devolve into a contest to see who can portray President Obama in the worst light.
Without having to worry about things like commuter service and freight hauling, railway revivalists can find and explore pockets of natural beauty.
I was out of town for the past three weeks, and so a few stories slipped through the cracks. I thought it would be best to catch up with just a quick wrap-up.
I can certainly accept the premise that young people are less interested in the race at this point, but had never thought of this as a reason for them to be under-represented in a polling sample.
The second GOP debate on June 13th in New Hampshire opened with a dizzying account of the candidates' propensity to conceive and rear children. C...
Fear never goes out of fashion. Once again Republicans are dealing in fear instead of facts, and why not? It's worked in the past, and a that's nation locked in seemingly permanent recession and high unemployment may be in the market for some scapegoats.
New Hampshire is once again taking its place as one of the two bell weathers of politics as the 2012 Presidential Race starts to heat up; especially o...
You can be a lot of things when you run for president -- slippery with your facts, loose with your zipper, overindulgent with the booze most of your adult life or in possession of a thin resume -- but you can't be weak.
In New Hampshire this week, somebody doesn't get it -- either Mitt Romney or Sarah Palin. Maybe neither one does.
Enter Marco Rubio. He's Hispanic, he's from Florida, and well, he's warm blooded. And he has said in no uncertain terms that he is definitely not interested.
I was having dinner with two clients when a large man with a larger orange coif approached our table with his associate. "Excuse me," said the dark s...
Despite the devastating financial implications of violent crime in a society, the unfortunate tendency in America is to pursue policies that primarily react to violence, not aim to prevent it.