A few observations from last night's Republican presidential debate:
Here is why Kasich and Bush's tussle with Trump over immigration was smart. The deport them now crowd is locked in with Donald Trump and not going anywhere, while GOP voters who support a path to legal status are up for grabs - particularly in New
It's ME, ME, ME. (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)Donald Trump calls people insulting names on a daily basis. Not to play his game, but right now Donald Trump is a parasitic wasp attached to the Republican Party. In this relationship, the host stays alive as long as the wasp needs it to survive, but
In the 2014 election cycle, Democrats wanted to talk about birth control and abortion. Their singular focus on reproductive issues didn't turn out well for them, but they are regrouping on women's issues to focus in 2016 on economic themes like family/maternity leave and income inequity. These issues will only gain salience with Hillary
Think Bicycle Commuters Are Good Citizens? You're Probably A Democrat as Appeared in the Huffington
A majority of Americans would like to see men and women equally represented in the U.S. Congress. However, women - especially Republican women -- face significant hurdles getting there. We've got a new article up on the Huffington Post outlining them.
Why Bother Electing
The 2012 U.S. Senate contest in Indiana has been a toss up since the contentious May primary where Richard Mourdock ousted incumbent Senator Richard Lugar.
The second and final Indiana U.S. Senate debate on October 23rd between Republican Richard Mourdock and Democrat Joe Donnelly was proceeding predictably with both candidates arguing that the other was