It's easy to imagine a hypothetical Muslim who doesn't fare well under either an Obama or a Romney presidency.
Both parties have an interest in painting the president as a dove, but reporters should not allow that spin to skew their coverage.
He and his wife hosted dozens of right-leaning magazine writers and bloggers at an off-the-record Washington, D.C., meeting.
A Fox News anchor recoils from the inauthenticity of presidential campaigns.
Pundits and political observers invoke the cliche so reflexively and so often that it no longer has any meaning.
In fact, both impulses share the same flaw: too little emphasis on doing what is right.
While some right-wing pundits have a fine grip on Republican policy proposals, most remain willfully naive about how elected officials really act.
Advocates for legalization or decriminalization may find 2012 the year a national candidate finally gives voice to their views.
Its misleading message: Mitt Romney is insufficiently willing to invade the air space of sovereign countries.
The pundit claims it's a golden age for conservative thought, but he can't name any specific new ideas we could hope for during a Romney administration.
If you think the talk radio host is just an ideological warrior you've got him all wrong.
Recent precedent shows that even when the privacy of Americans is unlawfully violated, the interlopers never pay a price.
But a truce in the culture wars, which Mitch Daniels recommended, could force Republicans to actually take on serious fiscal reform.
Indebted college graduates are not the category of Americans who need help right now.
With May Day approaching, observers are divided in the advice that they're offering.
The dogma of reflexively interventionist senators cannot survive a confrontation with reality, so they simply ignore it.
The former Fox News host is generating tens of millions with his indefensible style - and staffers who achieve a higher standard.
A ballot initiative to do so is likely to qualify for the ballot, having garnered substantially more signatures than needed.
It's strange to hear an endorsement so ringing of an unpopular ex-president who failed in so many different ways.
He spins small insights into sweeping theories, avoids facts that cut against those theories, and expresses them with baffling metaphors.