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"I try and spend a little time on my knees every day."
Elaine Quijano parroted flawed conventional wisdom.
The actor's takeaway is spot-on.
Even Gov. Mike Pence was practically falling asleep.
Don't be fooled by Pence.
Farmville and hundreds of other small towns and rural counties that dot America’s midsection could prove crucial in the close Nov. 8 presidential race.
In case you haven’t noticed, President Obama and his vaunted PR machine are orchestrating a full-court press to boost the
At a time of crisis, Joe Biden and Paul Ryan make claims and counterclaims, and fail to address the issues facing America honestly.
So what can we learn from the in-running markets about the debate between Vice-President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan? It is in fact possible to visualize the shape a contest is taking by simply following the flows of money tracing their way through the relevant markets.
Biden seemed to be on steroids and amphetamines, as if he were trying to overcompensate for last week's lackluster performance by his boss, President Obama, in his match-up against Mitt Romney. This led to Biden actually punching himself around the ring a few times.
It is not that I don't think education is a subject worthy of national debate -- it is a critical issue in our society -- but it has been so botched by our two major political parties that I cringe every time education is mentioned in a political speech or debate.
Lots was said -- OK, shouted -- about fixing Medicare. Could this be the issue over which generational warfare is declared?
Biden debated Sarah Palin on Oct. 2, 2008 at Washington University in St. Louis. The debate was moderated by Gwen Ifill of