Last night’s debates were as fascinating as they were tragic. A ten-car pileup from which you couldn’t look away.
The chances he gets asked about it in the debate tonight are…slim, to say the least.
There’s a better way to manage what could be the largest primary field in recent memory.
Last Thursday, Mehdi Hassan published a rebuttal to Graeme Wood’s widely-read analysis of the Islamic State. Wood’s piece illustrated the ways in which the Islamic State ...
Interestingly, one of the two truly bizarre candidates ended up being pro-gay. In his own bizarre way.
Idaho had a fascinating GOP gubernatorial debate between “a cowboy, a curmudgeon, a biker, and a normal guy.”
Republicans think truth has a liberal bias (and it does). But why does the media have to help them lie?
One of President Obama’s most powerful moments during last night’s presidential debate was speaking about Osama.
A CNN focus group found that Romney’s low point of the debate was when he proposed repealing Obamacare.
We’ve got the entire transcript, enjoy.
It’s been over two hours since the debate ended, and Matt Drudge has a single generic link to an AP story.
Cillizza in the Wash Post: “Obama came across as the more confident and commanding presence by a lot.”
“We’ve made real progress digging our way out of policies that gave us two prolonged wars, record deficits.”