Obama isn’t Carter or Nixon. He’s Ford.
Only Carter, Ford fared worse
Rick Perry’s most recent blooper has got nothing on this 1976 presidential debate gaffe
Governors are much more formidable presidential candidates than senators.
For most presidents the union has always been “strong” in one form or another, but one president gave it to us straight
General Brent Scowcroft (ret.), the former National Security Advisor to both Presidents Ford and George H.W. Bush, has been working to secure Republican Senate support for the ratification of START
That presidential look - Ricochet
A look at our current commander-in-chief and past leaders
Election handicappers say Republicans could possibly net 75 seats in the House. Here’s a look at prior wave elections.
The author discusses how the days of the Moral Majority are gone and a new Christian politics is taking shape
Since 1942, only six of the 13 men who have served as the nation’s chief executive have placed a book at the top spot for nonfiction
Vice President Clinton? - TheDC
Strategists say replacing Joe Biden with Hillary Clinton may be the key to another Democratic presidential victory in 2012
Did anyone in Washington (or anywhere outside the beltway for that matter) notice that the United States Senate confirmed Elena Kagan as an Associate Justice for the United States Supreme Court last week?
I believe we may now, as in 1975, be approaching a critical mass of American public opinion that, after nine years in Afghanistan, there is no apparent mission that can justify a single additional U.S. life or casualty
It would be easy to then make the conclusion that the Republican Party is chiefly a conservative party – now that the moderates have fled – and that its views are monolithic and homogeneous. Of course, nothing can be further from the truth
Prolific journalist Larry King will be added to the Guinness Book of World Records on June 1, when CNN’s Larry King Live becomes the longest-running television show hosted by the same person
It has been over a year since Barack Obama became president, yet he continues in campaign mode blaming his predecessor for the state of the economy and the deficit in a decidedly unpresidential fashion.