Barack Obama and Mitt Romney present a sharp contrast in decision-making styles—one impulsive, the other overtly deliberative
A shift in thinking means entire regions are less prone to such tribalism
Salacious details aside, the prosecution may not have proved its case
The President might be on the right side of history, but he’s on the wrong side of a crucial voting bloc
The worst thing the incumbent could do would be to let his mediocre approval rating spark self-pity
Judging from the Republican response, President Obama’s ad asking whether Mitt Romney would have ordered the raid that captured Osama bin Laden raises serious questions
The Republican strategist and Democratic pollster in their biweekly face-off about Election 2012
The past suggests candidates who survive tough primaries do well in the general election
There shouldn’t be a religious shroud thrown over legitimate questions about the public record
Romney embraced a budget plan that can never work. It’s a joke — or a cynical sham.
What Republicans and Democrats alike don’t understand is that the “mommy wars” are largely a thing of the past
It is only by speaking out loud and clear about a lack of cooperation that Obama will get cooperation
An elegy to his bid, in part in his own words.