The abortion provider's ability to weather the current storm has implications for 2016 campaign cash.
It’s not a joke: If not for term limits, a third Obama term would be a very real possibility.
Two reasons why the Republican debate may not have the right candidates on stage.
The polls that show Trump leading the Republican pack are deeply flawed.
Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton are all the talk on the media. O'Malley is nowhere to be seen.
A new poll shows support for Hillary Clinton slipping among non-white voters—enough to have cost the Democrats the White House in 2012.
As much as we idealize American democracy as a great exchange of ideas, the uncomfortable reality holds that political campaigns do precious little to change voters’ minds. The best political operatives adeptly portray their candidate the most palatable choice to voter on the issues which already matter to them. That’s why a political science study showing that in-person, door-to-door canvassers with a personal story to tell could move opinions on same sex marriage was so fascinating. And it’s why the political world is so terribly bummed out now that it appears the whole thing was fake.
The party’s base is still white – a shrinking demographic – and older – a demographic which expires more frequently. But an obituary is premature.
Imagine no religion. If you're a conservative or a libertarian, that could be a scary thought.
How can a city could erupt so spectacularly into lawlessness. Why did this anger manifest itself in violence and crime? Maybe it has something to do with missing dads.
For many Americans, the abortion issue is more complex than “pro-life” versus “pro-choice.” That's good news for pro-life activists.
Team Clinton appears to understand that their campaign’s biggest liability is the candidate herself.
Controversial discussion like the one surrounding the Indiana religious freedom law offer organizational opportunities to identify grassroots audiences sensitive to certain topics. As Democrats look forward to next year’s Congressional and Presidential elections, RFRA is just one of three major issues that offer grassroots organizing potential.
State policy battles give outside groups a chance to spend smarter in 2016.
Mandatory voting sounds like a way to make our elections more representative. But does it solve the real problem?
Will her email issues cost Hillary the Democratic nomination in 2016? Who else is there for Democrats to support? Here are five ways it might play out.
The conventional wisdom says Hillary Clinton should hold off launching her campaign for as long as she can; the conventional wisdom is wrong.
If you listen to enough pundits, you might wonder why Republicans would even bother to show up in 2016. But what do pundits know?
WASHINGTON, April 3, 2014 — America’s laureate of number crunching, Nate Silver, raised the hackles of Democrats recently by putting the Republicans’ chances of winning a majority of the United States Senate in 2014 at 60 percent. Though Senator Harry Reid and company may bristle publicly at Silver and other forecasters, the maps and math point ...
WASHINGTON, March 21, 2014 — As Americans’ television viewing habits change, commercials will have to change too – especially political ads. Public Opinion Strategies and Global Strategy group released a joint study this week which predicts online and on-demand entertainment will make traditional political television ads less relevant. The survey shows that just 48 percent of ...