Going after Jews and millennials is foolish. Focusing on the base is not.
If Bush actually jumps in the race and wins the nomination, Democrats ought to worry. But that's a big if.
The former Florida governor has rightly decided to be forthright about his presidential intentions.
Missing is the ringing call to battle, an expressed sense of urgency, an idea of what the country lacks and what Bush could provide.
The Senate report didn't do a great job of assigning blame. Dick Cheney helps with that.
David Garth was more than a maker of ads
Some of the former D.C. Council's member's remarks on women and race are worth repeating.
"A call for justice shouldn’t offend or disrespect anybody," said Andrew Hawkins. "A call for justice shouldn’t warrant an apology."
Sens. Ted Cruz and Elizabeth Warren proved during the cromnibus debate that they are both more interested in partisan grandstanding than in good governance.
The passions unleashed for the past three months by students and others who want a say in their government can’t be re-corked.