It’s become sport to knock the leading GOP candidate de jour off his or her pedestal. Michele Bachmann and Rick Perry were easy targets.
As Bill Clinton reflected upon his presidency, he said that the biggest obstacle to making good policy decisions was operating with unceasing sleep deprivation.
It’s present in the rhetoric of virtually all politicians. “We need to have a work ethic; it’s not American to be lazy.” Like so
Former President Jimmy Carter recently called it “one of the stupidest rulings ever consummated or perpetrated on the American people.” President Obama was equally
You may recall that in one of the earlier Republican debates, all candidates were asked if they could support a debt reduction plan that
It’s political canvassing time in Missouri’s 83rd State Representative District, and I’m out on the not-very-mean streets of an affluent, inner-ring suburb in St.
In recent days, there have been national and local indications that individual office-holders and candidates are truly advancing a progressive agenda. This is most
The upcoming election may appear to be between a Republican and a Democrat but it could end up being a battle between two massive
Question: When will the first 2012 presidential primary or caucus take place? Answer: Nobody knows. Nearly four years after the presidential primary chaos of
How would you like to supplant Goldman Sachs as a major contributor to Barack Obama? How would you like to help America better see