in Kansas, with their candidate suffering in the polls, the Democratic Party had an epiphany.
He turned the tired, faux feminist victimization on its head.
The press, activists, donors and voters will be watching you like hawks.
Just because Republicans won the Senate, we can’t hail “victory” and assume that we have a winning strategy for 2016.
Today, how average people feel about an issue finally, actually matters.
The GOP’s “truce” on social issues didn’t play well for Republicans in 2012.
In a world that still itches to scapegoat the Jews at every opportunity possible, common sense and decency will never prevail.
While Americans may dislike the phrase "big government," they sure like the individual things government does for them.
Despite the protestations of both parties that the fate of the nation rests in who wins or loses the Senate, the fact is that little will change.
Elected officials are more susceptible to the demands of special interests when they face no future elections.