Call it the campaign cycle’s rite of spring: Politicians always seem to sprout up behind a university commencement lectern this time of year — but especially during presidential elections.
It is hard to disagree with the headline on Bill Galston and Mark McKinnon’s op-ed in The Hill on Jan. 17: Time for up-or-down votes in Senate on appointees. The … read more »
Herman Cain has his first real opportunity to shift his campaign’s narrative back to his popular 9–9–9 economic plan at Wednesday night’s presidential debate.
More than half of the 114 House Democrats who signed a letter vowing to support a “clean” increase to the nation’s debt ceiling rejected the final deal earlier this week.