As Democrats eye their 2020 White House candidates, it's best to recall that the "electability" path is littered with the bodies of losers.
“Who else would Democrats let in?” the ad asks, highlighting the story of an immigrant convicted of killing two police officers.
No political ideology in modern American history has failed as consistently, or for as long, as the Wall Street-friendly
Every age has its own preferred terms of political emasculation. Teddy Roosevelt called Woodrow Wilson a “white-handy Miss
To a great extent, Republican policies at the state and national level have contributed to the plight of these communities that the Democratic Party abandoned.
The question of what a wealthy, older and egotistical man chooses to do after losing an election, potentially in a very humiliating manner is not, on its own, a particularly interesting one.
Well, he's really done it this time, hasn't he?
Matthew Modine, Treat Williams, Rosie Perez, Olympia Dukakis Talk Politics at the Sarasota Film Festival
A version of this post also appears on Gossip Central. Accepting an award at a special luncheon in her honor at the Sarasota
At Saturday's Republican debate, the presidential contenders found rare agreement among themselves: women should register
Remember when "liberal" was a dirty word? Democrats used to run from it faster than Marco Rubio runs from his support for a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.
Many of the same media outlets and overall corporate forces that denounced Eugene McCarthy in 1968, George McGovern in 1972 and Jesse Jackson in 1988 are gunning for Bernie Sanders in 2016. We shouldn't be surprised.
U.S. Senator Dale Bumpers, who served from 1975-1999, recently died. Bumpers had flirted with a bid for the Democratic Presidential nomination three times, but ultimately chose not to seek the nomination. Had he run in 1988, he would have been a good bet to win the Presidency.
"I don't think it's reasonable for Greece to implement a ridiculous and wrong, in my opinion, policy of economic austerity," he said.
Mike Huckabee would be a terrible president. Just look at his nearly 11 years as governor of Arkansas. Mike Huckabee is bad for the Republican Party. I stuck my neck out four years ago as the first openly gay candidate to ever run for president and I ran as a Republican.
After an energetic and dynamic summer, the Bernie Sanders campaign seems to have stalled.
Bernie is a real person, both inside and outside of the political arena. For Bernie, political expediency comes second to moral integrity. Like Carson and perhaps Trump, albeit more intelligently, Bernie mostly says what he thinks. Period.
Biden: What the hell, I'm not running like Colonel Sanders. All reputations matter. Wallace: That's a neat expression. Wallace