A “state-of-the-art, maximum security prison” will be ready at the same time the closing of Gitmo goes to top of the president’s agenda
Rubio's opposition to the First Amendment found a sympathetic ear, asking “How can we use the constitution to cut down our religion?”
Sometimes an Iowa victory means something and paves the way to the White House. Other times, an Iowa victory leads nowhere.
The political burlesque of Trump vs. Fox vs. Cruz vs. common sense and thoughtful approaches to the world's problems continues to paper over an issue that deserves far more coverage than it's getting.
In his quest for a new Camelot, Donald Trump seems to defy every norm (and hair color), and the Bible along with it
Any objective observer would note that there is far less hysteria and more reasonable and thoughtful attempts to solve the problems that vex most Americans.
Trump, Cruz, Carson and Rubio are the latest poll summit occupiers representing a weak slate of the best the Republicans can do
Trump is ahead in the Republican presidential race because he spares supporters from having to learn about the subject matter at hand
These are the halcyon days for PoliticusUSA. Staff writers and contributors have an endless smorgasbord of Republican rubbish to expose. You could write on a different issue that Republicans have twisted and misrepresented every day for a year and you still wouldn’t cover the endless destruction wrought through their fealty to the corporate multi-national gods.
Donald Trump came to a neighboring town (that would be Spartanburg, South Carolina) Friday, November 20. He brought his still-viable campaign to Wofford, a small, well-respected, private Methodist college, founded before the Civil War.
ISIS nastiness is not limited to beheadings. As in Paris, they'll just as likely plant bombs in your facility or on themselves
The joie de vivre of the wonderfully joyful city of Paris has been quashed by AK-47 armed, suicide-belted extremists bent on wantonly taking as many random lives as possible before welcoming their own demise.
Entitlements were under siege last night, as were any services to the poor. It wasn't a debate; it was an homage to wealth and bigotry.
I learned some scary things about the far right-wing of the Republican Party Tuesday. Ironically enough, the source was anything but scary to the naked eye. She was a bright senior citizen and dedicated Christian with a penchant for witnessing.
I can't imagine a greater U.S. legislative embarrassment to show the world.
His address to the media was most likely one of the better speaking efforts he's given in his career. There was a sincerity that was truly honest. Biden really had no reason to gild any of his comments.
The political version of Nashville is Martin O'Malley. His script is consistent, intelligent and would be good for America, a country that politically has declined to fourth-world status. If you watched CNN's somewhat bizarre Tuesday night debate, you know of what I speak.
The torrential rains started falling, the 400 million looked like a bargain. Infrastructures began collapsing like proverbial dominoes. Just like the Democrats predicted it would in such a circumstance.
Clearly, the continuance of these mass murders can easily be tracked to the lack of legislative courage, driven by the NRA, to do what other civilized countries have done; mount legislation that will virtually eliminate mass shootings.
For the bomb, bomb, bomb, bomb, bomb Iran (or fill in the blank) right-wing hawks, the prospect of the U.S. and Russia tangling over Syria could ignite their most fervent wish; a massive military confrontation in the Middle East.