Big Girls Don’t Cry author describes how the ’08 presidential election cycle changed the way we think of women in power.
On August 31st, when President Obama announced the end of Operation Iraqi Freedom — the U.S. combat mission in Iraq — he was marking the end of a 7-year war that had taken the lives of more than 4,400 troops and cost U.S. taxpayers $750 billion. While Iraq is still plagued with insurgent attacks, sectarian [...]
Third World America author sounds the alarm about the downward mobility that the American middle class is facing.
HHS secretary de-bunks some of the myths that still surround the landmark bill.
Have you ever heard a question that caught you off guard? Really made you pause? A few years back, three questions rocked my world. They came from different people in the span of a month. The first question: Had you been a German Christian during World War II, would you have taken a stand against [...]
Communications consultant and pollster shares the top issues that will be on Americans’ minds when they go to the polls in November.
USA Today Washington bureau chief explains why a congressional loss for Democrats in November might not be such bad news for the White House.
Florida congressman and Democratic Senate nominee responds to political analysts who say Independent candidate Gov. Crist will pull votes from the Democratic base.
Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander shares his thoughts on whether Iraqis are ready to take over where American troops have left off.
Executive director of the Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles explains why the Republican Party is a natural fit for Latinos.