The Affordable Care Act might have been able to curtail Medicare spending further if it hadn't been for Palin, who charged that a provision of the law allowing Medicare to pay for end-of-life discussions would lead to government-run "death panels."
2012 can be the year where we finally break the glass ceiling in our highest political offices by electing a ticket with a woman vice president.
After four years of listening to people insinuate that President Obama is an illegal immigrant from Kenya with a burning desire to implement de facto reparations, I've come to realize that diversity is indeed an essential part of educational development.
Mitt Romney's wife Ann may not be the only "secret weapon" the GOP's presumptive nominee is planning to deploy this fall to try to surmount his embarrassing double-digit gender gap with President Obama among women voters.
Let's skip over the blather about who will run for vice president. Romney won't commit an entertaining Sarah Palin blunder. But suppose Mitt loses? Who gains politically for 2016?
Both Barack Obama and John McCain appeared on Saturday Night Live during their race for the residency, and one wonders if Mitt Romney will embrace this precedent before Election Day.
It is a sad reflection on the state of the Republican Party, but nonetheless true, that nominating somebody with a basic knowledge of the economy, foreign policy and history was not a given.
It is said April is the cruelest month and certainly this April Florida Governor Rick Scott landed the cruelest act, vetoing funding for rape crisis c...
I don't exactly know what to take from this story. Maybe it's how vulnerable we all are to those we love, how a break-up doesn't have to be with a lover to knock the bejeezus out of you.
Sarah Palin has disgraced herself yet again, this time by attempting to politicize the Secret Service prostitution scandal that rocked President Obama's recent trip to Colombia.
Ultimately, conservatives have totally missed the reasonable position regarding abortion. Instead of banning choice, conservatives should be making it easier for women to choose "life."
Since her resignation, Sarah Palin has pretended to be a Tea Party Republican, done a cheesy reality show, joined a partisan network, and pretended to run for president. In short, she has disqualified herself from ever holding legitimate elected office again.
What business is it of ours to question why women work for pay and why they might cease to do? We all contribute in different ways. Far more important is what we do as a society to help families.
Could anyone think of a better choice for Romney than Sarah Palin? She is a proven vice presidential candidate.
We must become a much more politically engaged and informed population and take responsibility for ensuring that those we elect to represent us in Congress are held accountable, but also support them when they do the right thing.
Democrats will need to be very hard-hitting, reminding voters not only of Romney's commitments to these positions, but also the evidence, before their eyes, of what Republicans do when they actually take office.