As every year, the 2012 Selma march follows the route John Lewis took with Dr. King and other pioneers of the civil rights movement. Instead of watching the horse race of election cycles, perhaps March 7 would be better spent reflecting on our collective conscience.
The Republican party wants to squander the chance to win this election by keeping up their circular firing squad, and listening to advice from train wrecks like Sarah Palin.
In response to a range of rabid right-wing assaults on women, legislators—often female—are using absurdist legislation with increasing effectiveness.
Rick Santorum's presidential campaign is like Charlie Sheen's stand-up tour: a disorganized mess of lunatic rants, doomed to failure but veering from one state to another regardless, awing people more with the sheer magnitude of its badness than with its message.
The proportional allocation of delegates diminishes the impact of Super Tuesday this year.
Bipartisanship isn't a good thing when a bargain poses a threat to national security.
While I often shared his jumping off point – that the news media is broken – his fix for that dysfunction was to retaliate with propaganda of his own making – right-wing paranoid conspiracy theories.
Her retirement adds yet another great moderate to the pile of those who have left Capitol Hill citing deep partisan rancor.
Ultimately the Republicans have probably lost Michigan with their anti-government and anti-auto industry bailout rants, which is particularly meaningful as Michigan has been tracking Republican.
Rick Santorum's "snob" comments just don't make sense. And they won't win Waitress Moms in 2012.
The majority of polls show Obama beating Romney and Santorum nationally, but he's not doing nearly as well in the battleground states that will determine this election.
Early losses in Iowa and South Carolina forced the Romney campaign to shift gears while spending millions of dollars to do so.
With the two major parties being the way they are now, there is next to no chance that we're going to avoid a level of debt that severely cuts into core spending programs, and starts to eat away at our economy.
From a continuation on Bush security policies from indefinite detention to drone attacks, to a failure to pursue criminal charges against the executives that brought our economy to its knees, the Obama Administration has scored middling marks among its base supporters.
In a state critical to the President's re-election chances, a new poll finds Ron Paul is the only Republican beating both Obama and the margin of error.