There is no political advantage for either party in blocking their confirmations.
It makes sense that voters will be in the market for the anti-Obama in 2016.
Democratic candidates should have to say whether or not they would vote to overturn the president's executive action on immigration.
President Obama is specifically mentioned as the reason the nation is heading in the wrong direction. This is a problem for the Democrats heading into the 2014 elections.
President Obama is trying to convince voters that the economy is working for them, but Americans are not better off than they were six years ago.
The Democrats don't have an affirmative agenda, and they certainly can't run on their record.
CNN's coverage of Texas Governor Rick Perry's indictment was remarkably fair.
You don’t hear Governor Kasich’s name mentioned too often in Washington, but he could definitely be a competitor for president in 2016.
The president's speech at the American Legion National Convention yesterday exposed the disconnect between this Administration and our nation's military.
If Republicans take back the Senate, their victory will be short-lived. But in politics, you take every win you can get.