Further enraging state residents, Michele Reagan acknowledged that many voters were given provisional ballots because their party affiliation had been changed without their knowledge.
If the candidate's foreign policy record is any guide, a Hillary Clinton presidency would perpetuate and bolster some of our most hateful national characteristics.
Pundits say voter anger is what characterizes this year's presidential race, but it was a different story at a recent Sanders campaign gathering in Beverly Hills, where the candidate's supporters quietly sought serious answers to issues including health insurance, fracking and campaign finance.
Just what this presidential campaign needs: another know-it-all billionaire. Whip out your checkbook, Michael Bloomberg, and come on in.
Physicians and Green Party activist/politicians Jill Stein and Margaret Flowers say the two leading Democratic presidential candidates have something in common: covering up the failures of the Affordable Care Act.
Americans’ discomfort with other peoples' religious faiths goes hand in hand with Islamophobia. Americans’ discomfort with other peoples' religious faiths goes hand in hand with Islamophobia.
The debates we have witnessed -- too few and far between for the Democrats, frequent enough for the Republicans to constitute a new reality TV show -- have provided an incontestable answer to the question.
A New York Times/CBS News poll shows that a solid majority of Americans say the United States should join an international treaty to limit the impact of global warming. Most of those who say otherwise identify as conservative.
They're not much more ridiculous than the real thing, but in general they're a lot more entertaining.
This debate won't alarm Democratic strategists. The Republican infighting will make them happy, and so too will the portrait it painted of an extreme, angry party that is also -- Rubio and Bush excepted -- very pessimistic about the future of our nation.