It wasn't just the Donald that did him in.
Sometimes, figuratively speaking, all the money in the world can't change a political outcome. This very idea runs counter to all the dire warnings about money's corruptive influence on American politics, of course, but it makes it no less true -- at least in certain situations.
In the upcoming performance art piece called the GOP presidential debates the candidates will try to one-up each other showing their base who's best at crushing labor unions, disciplining the poor, and striking fear in the hearts of America's enemies.
Burton's job, in the end, is to build campaign narratives. Obama must do that and reach out to voters, advisers caution. And
The 43rd president, who has been sparing in his public appearances since leaving the White House, took questions from C-Span