Clinton began her campaign by denouncing the big money flowing into politics. That just got a lot harder for her to talk about.
Bill Clinton’s High PriceThe former president would be an enormous asset to a Hillary Clinton administration. But it comes at a cost.
The Fight Against 15Increasing the minimum wage so dramatically will damage the economic prospects of millions of vulnerable people.
The Bloomberg Poll on GOP Support for Israel Isn’t Anti-SemiticIt just tells the uncomfortable truth.
Hail to the ChiefRepublicans haven’t just rejected President Obama. They have adopted Benjamin Netanyahu as their leader.
Hillary Clinton’s Opening PitchHer presidential announcement offered warmth, hope, and a champion for “everyday Americans.”
Broken Taillight PolicingWhen cops stop black drivers for minor traffic violations, it’s often a pretext for something more sinister.
Michigan’s Missile DefenseThe state’s politicians want it to be home to the next site in our nation’s anti-missile shield. They’ll say anything for a $3.6 billion boondoggle.
Scott Walker’s Anti-Immigration EpiphanyThe Wisconsin governor’s new position against legal immigration could have huge implications for the GOP race.
Burying BillWhy Hillary Clinton must turn her back on parts of her husband’s political legacy to win in 2016.
Popping the QuestionAdvice to Republican presidential candidates on how to answer the question, “Would you attend a gay wedding?”
Hillary Clinton’s Bad Campaign Finance IdeasShe’s right that money in politics is a problem. But suggesting a constitutional amendment is foolish.
Obama’s Gift to Hillary ClintonNo modern-day president has left his potential successor a less scandal-plagued legacy than Barack Obama.
Foreign SaboteursWhen it comes to a Democratic president’s foreign policy, Republicans often side with America’s enemies.
Mr. Runner-UpIt’s not that Sen. Marco Rubio can’t win. It’s that he’s almost no one’s first choice for the top job.
The Indispensable Hillary ClintonWhy she is more vital to the future of the Democratic Party than even Democrats realize.
Party With PaulRand Paul says he’s the Republican best suited to win over young voters. There’s no evidence he’s right.
A Rand for All SeasonsThe Kentucky senator thinks he can appeal to every kind of Republican. It won’t work.
Rand Paul Will Not Be the GOP NomineeRepublicans aren’t nearly as libertarian as his supporters wish they were.
Social Security Is Having a MomentUntil recently, Democrats were willing to bargain on entitlements. Here’s how Social Security expansion became a liberal cause again.