Where presidential elections are beauty contests, Congressional midterms are all about anger and rage.
Voter turnout is high where a trip to the polling place is like a day in a combat zone. Yet, in the U.S., we’ll be lucky if we get 40% turnout this year.
America could learn a lot more about what’s troubling its Black citizens if it would simply pick up a copy of the #SOBA when it drops.
That 7 million folks signed up for healthcare might be a great policy achievement, but it’s the politics of it that still don’t look good.
Democrats are unloading a policy bag of populist themes designed to motivate the poor and underserved to show up for midterm elections. But, it’s not clear if they’re even interested.
The heavyweight diplomatic bout between the two presidents could possess much more racial subtext than folks would like to admit.
While there’s no real political risk in giving a nod to black boys with his ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ initiative, President Obama still faces heat from hating critics.
Senator Rand Paul reprimands Ted Nugent for his racist mongrel comment about President Obama – a shrewd maneuver so you don’t forget him in the 2016 elections.
In his SOTU, the President re-discovered his mojo – it just took him a long damn time to get there.
The question is not what Chris Christie knew about the bridge scandal and what he didn’t – it’s just how much of it the public can stomach.