Hillary Clinton was busy this week - with a speech in Canada, another before the Association of American Publishers, another before the American Jewish Congress and she is scheduled to speak at the Clinton Global Initiative event at Arizona State...
Politics is much like the classic Japanese bunraku puppet theater in which almost life-size puppets are guided through their drama by operators walking behind like ghosts, draped loosely in black sheets. It gives the impression that what you see...
Now, Dick Cheney confronts the ultimate disaster within his own family. And he is trying to split the difference. Solomon he ain’t.
It looks as if Sen. Mike Enzi (R-Wyo.) is headed for a huge victory over Liz Cheney in the Republican primary election for Senate in Wyoming.
It's hard to get excited about a predictable gubernatorial election in the midst of a potential collapse of our healthcare system, but New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is about to become a huge story.
I saw a recent poll suggesting that former first lady, United States senator and secretary of State Hillary Clinton would beat Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) in a hypothetic presidential campaign, even in the reddest states.
This made me think of a happy thought for Democrats: it is within the realm of possibility that Clinton would win all 50 states in an epic, historic and realigning mega-landslide against the party that threatens a Republican default, a Republican economic crash and a Republican government shutdown.
As an important story in The Hill suggests, even the conservative Wall Street Journal opinion page scorns the obsessive GOP attacks in the party's latest threats to shut the government down.
When the Journal editorial board states that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and others are charging into fixed bayonets, those bayonets are held by President Obama, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.), House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi (California) and the American people.