The two parties have the nation’s capital, and many state capitals, in a death grip.
Obama entered the upcoming political campaign by defining the choices as he views them.
Local and state governments don’t donate to campaigns. Real estate developers do.
Many people have justifiably lost faith in our federally elected officials, regardless of their party affiliation.
Both Kirk and Johnson signed Sen. Tom Cotton’s (R-Ark.) deplorable letter to the ayatollah undermining the administration’s Iran diplomacy.
Incumbents have nearly unlimited access to media while serving in Congress.
Lawmakers consistently dropped the ball on spending issues.
As more “do-gooder” individuals and organizations are realizing the need to play politically, the game of presidential politics is also changing.
Voting is the lifeblood of a thriving democracy.
A prevailing view among voters is that politicians are in it for themselves, their party, and their donors.