Here's a bold declaration: Despite the rancor accompanying this year's races and last year's congressional session, there is only one issue worth voting on. It's a deceptively simple issue too; massively important, but, oddly, still one a vast majority of Americans agree on.
No one is born a leader, but there are two types of leaders, one who was taught and circumstantially produced. One can be taught to be leader as anyone can be taught any other occupation, thought, and so on.
Remember that pizza pie chart teachers used to teach you about fractions and percents in elementary school? Well here's an in depth look at how much of that pizza each Republican presidential candidate gets if the entire pie is a chance to be the party's nominee in 2016.
We should do everything in our power to transition the bright minds at IPEC into the clean renewable energy sector in New York, which is growing daily. Let's keep them employed -- and then some. But most importantly, let's keep this country safe.
Trump is a reality star known for his business acumen, his parade of wives, (two of three are immigrants) and finally, his inability to display even the tiniest bit of sophistication, restraint, and civility when it comes to women's rights.
The absence of Donald Trump was a breath of fresh air, providing all of us with a greater focus on the issues. But the temperamental Trump wasn't the only loser, as some of the GOP candidates stumbled during the Fox News Channel debate.
If you think that Donald Trump has been dominating the Republican primary process then you are just not paying attention -- it is, and always has been, all about Marco Rubio.
The New York Times should have fact-checked Jake Sullivan's claim on Iran diplomacy when they reported it. It would be easy enough for them to compare Sullivan's accusation with the actual debate transcript.
As Trump grabs headlines saying he won't participate, we have to wonder what will be interesting during this debate if he isn't there to stir things up. Will it be the most civil debate all year?
Hmm, where is the ham in this Cuban Sandwich?...
The podium question shows how much theater and psychology there is in politics. As if we needed a reminder of that in this election cycle.
After Fox News' refusal to remove anchor Megyn Kelly from the Thursday Presidential debate, GOP frontrunner Donald Trump ran all the way home crying and locked himself in his room, which he has refused to leave.
Limiting Democratic issue exposure is an example of a strategy that is simply too clever by half. Any yearning for serious solutions will find great comfort in the direction being offered and refined by all three Democratic candidates.
Trump and Palin can play at being stupid, but one is a billionaire and one was a governor. Please. That's success by virtually any measure.
The civic minds of the people are sidelined by the monetized minds of a corrupted commercial media, political consultants, pundits and the purveyors of an ever-more dictatorial corporate state.