By Paul Bedard | 08/26/14 02:08 PM
A new poll finds that nearly a third of the public believe President Obama golfs too much, and an equal amount believes the criticism of him is justified.
By Ed Sykes | 08/25/14 03:46 PM
Republicans and Democrats are spending tens of million dollars on polling, research and new technology, all in an effort to get you out to the polls.
By Ed Sykes | 08/25/14 12:02 PM
Republicans and Democrats rarely agree on anything, and naming the country's top problem is no different.
By David M. Drucker | 08/24/14 06:19 PM
The leading progressive data firm is unveiling a host of digital innovations as the Democratic Party seeks to maintain its edge over Republicans in the competitive arena of targeting and turning out voters.
By Brian Hughes | 08/22/14 05:56 PM
The first day back to work after his "vacation from hell" will be tough -- if the president doesn't effectively answer these five questions, he's in for one serious vacation hangover.
By Washington Examiner | 08/24/14 12:08 PM
Obamacare isn't causing quite as much chaos right now in people's lives as it did last October and November during the incompetent launch of Healthcare.gov. The absence of an immediate crisis has prompted smug suggestions from the usual suspects in government, on campus and in the news media to...
By Ashe Schow | 08/24/14 11:42 AM
Louisiana Democrats tried to knock GOP candidate Rep. Bill Cassidy for violating Senate rules by using footage of the Senate floor in a YouTube ad. The thing is, Sen. Mary Landrieu -- the Democratic incumbent -- did nearly the same thing when she used footage of an official news conference in a...
By David Harsanyi | 08/21/14 11:38 PM
In a bit of dubious cherry-picking, a new Bloomberg article concludes that the Affordable Care Act is losing its effectiveness as a political issue for Republicans and is diminishing as a major issue.Â
By Noemie Emery | 08/19/14 05:29 PM
The situation in the Middle East sets the stage for a brawl in the Democratic Party, in which the spirit of "Fahrenheit 911" could revive very quickly.
By Sean Lengell | 08/18/14 10:30 PM
Vermont's Sen. James Jeffords, who died Monday, hardly was the first high-profile political figure to forsake his party.
By Mark Tapscott | 08/18/14 08:19 AM
Minorities and millennials were the core of President Obama's 2008 and 2012 election victories, and, according to conventional political wisdom, will continue to be the twin anchors of the Democratic Party for the foreseeable future.
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