Is it just Republican political intransigence — or racial politics?
Obama's agenda is only relevant if Republicans allow it to be.
It's a maddeningly imperfect but useful tradition. Here's one way to make it better.
As military personnel guard public places in Belgium and in France following terror attacks, we look to the State of Union.
Presidents always operate in a highly political context and Obama is no different.
The president is in a position to play his hand adroitly.
An imagined line of questioning for Gowdy if he calls his Republican colleague, Rogers, as an expert witness on Benghazi.
Under Holder, the Justice Department seemed more an instrument of politics than of justice.
He could burnish his legacy by creating a consistent vision for the Democratic Party.
A GOP Senate will force Obama to choose which regulations are worth a veto and which are not.