There are variables galore that contribute to presidential election outcomes.
What last week’s controversial bill to avoid a government shutdown reveals about the rise of super PACs and decline of the two-party system.
Last year’s shutdown shows that another one would be useless.
The political tactic of grouping racial, ideological, or any other category of people together in order to weaken their odds at accurate representation is called gerrymandering.
GOP leadership has been all too eager to sell funding measures that keep Obama’s amnesty afloat.
Politicians routinely put their families up for political consideration.
If there was ever a time when the states should inspect and as necessary, re-engineer their voting policies and practices to raise the integrity bar even higher, it is now.
What does it say when so many people choose to stay home?
Lies, damn lies, and statistics.
Spending on TV ads in federal and gubernatorial races topped $1 billion.