JFK's famous speech provides a stark contrast to the rhetoric we hear from today’s presidential candidates.
Finding commonalities with members of the opposing party in Congress will prove essential to the success of the next president.
Basing your election success on what prosecutors may do is folly.
When you consider a spirit of cooperation to be some kind of character flaw, you sacrifice the ability to govern.
One hundred years ago, in 1916, Jeannette Rankin from Montana became the first woman elected to Congress.
Democrats have gone after Republican nominees with every dishonest tool available to them.
The American people will not allow Senate Republicans to flush the Supreme Court down the drain.
It’s time to generally endorse, for both parties, long, bitter, and nakedly partisan fights over Supreme Court nominees.
All three branches of our federal government will be before the voters of our country in one form or another.
The right wing still has not adjusted to the reality of a black president.