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Republican Party Future Depends on More Black, Brown Voters Nov. 25, 2020

Star Parker

BY STAR PARKER RELEASE: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2020 Republican Party Future Depends on More Black,... Read More

The Republican Wing of the Democratic Party Nov. 19, 2020

Froma Harrop

The Democrats' most interesting conflict isn't moderates versus the left. It's the never-Trump Repub... Read More

What We've Learned So Far Nov. 05, 2020

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

It's not surprising that the presidential election between President Donald Trump and Democratic nom... Read More

Moving Forward During the COVID Crisis Jun. 24, 2020

Jim Hightower

In February and March primary elections, a cabal of backroom political geniuses rushed out a coordin... Read More

Choosing the Wrong Opponent May. 23, 2020

Mark Shields

It is a common, if not especially honorable, practice in American politics for a candidate and her c... Read More

So Far, Youth Vote Is a Flop, Again Mar. 13, 2020

Daily Editorials

Young people could change this country. They have the numbers. In 2016, Americans aged 18 to 35 were... Read More

Lemming Complex: The Bernie Bros Demand That the Democrats Jump off a Cliff Feb. 18, 2020

Jeff Robbins

Bernie Sanders is as principled a major presidential candidate as we have seen. He has had the coura... Read More

Another Year of the Interloper? Feb. 14, 2020

Michael Barone

It's a familiar plotline. An interloper runs for a party's presidential nomination and, with an anti... Read More

Tone-Deaf Democrats Risk Handing Western Pennsylvania to Trump Jan. 07, 2020

Salena Zito

PITTSBURGH — Darrin Kelly, president of the powerful Allegheny-Fayette County Central Labor Co... Read More

Necessary Noise Nov. 13, 2019

Star Parker

American voters are motivated by a fever pitch. That's the message from last week's elections. The ... Read More

Rick Scott Chased the Hispanic Vote and Got It Jan. 15, 2019

Salena Zito

Nine years ago Rick Scott, then a Florida businessman, sat down with a group of self-described jaded... Read More

Trump Faces a Long Winter With a Blue House Nov. 14, 2018

Jamie Stiehm

WASHINGTON — The 2018 midterm elections verdict goes something like this: Paint the People's H... Read More

Record Voter Turnout -- but We Can Do Even Better Nov. 10, 2018

Diane Dimond

Phew. The midterm elections are over! You voted, right? Yes? Great. For those who did not join the ... Read More

Smaller Government Equals Calmer Tempers Nov. 01, 2018

Laura Hollis

The midterm elections are less than a week away, and predictions are changing daily. Nate Silver at ... Read More

Trump Draws Out 14 Million New Republican Voters Mar. 23, 2016

Dick Morris

Love him or hate him — and mostly they love him — Donald Trump's candidacy will have inc... Read More

The Power of 3,607 Jun. 13, 2014

Susan Estrich

That's how many people it took to bring down House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, doom immigration ref... Read More