What 'Revolution' Senator Sanders? A Republican Revolution?

Opinion | Lanny Davis
Democratic presidential candidate and U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) finishes greeting supporters following a packed town meeting at the South Church May 27, 2015 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. (Win McNamee/Getty Images)

To progressive Democrats I respectfully ask: Do you want to take the risk that you are wrong?

Marco Rubio, John Kerry And 'The Accomplishment' Question

Opinion | Jamie Weinstein
Marco Rubio ABC Debate [screen shot ABC]

Rubio isn’t about accomplishment, he’s about electability

Black Power -- Brought To You By These Fine Sponsors

Opinion | Scott Greer
Beyonce's new music video 'Formation.'

Super Bowl 50 provided racial activism with corporate sponsorship

How Hard Would It Be To Steal The New Hampshire Primary?

Opinion | Joanne W. Young
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton greets supporters at Rochester Opera House campaign town hall meeting in Rochester

The residents of New Hampshire, not out-of-state campaign workers, should decide the election.

Realizing The Super Bowl Of American Economic Growth

Opinion | Lewis K. Uhler and Peter J. Ferrara
Police patrol downtown San Francisco before NFL Super Bowl 50 in San Francisco

What we have gotten under President Obama is the worst recovery from a recession since the Great Depression.

An Epidemic Of 'The Dog Ate My Emails'

Opinion | Alan Daley
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen waits to testify before a Senate Finance Committee hearing on "Internal Revenue Service Data Theft Affecting Taxpayer Information" on Capitol Hill in Washington June 2, 2015.      REUTERS/Joshua Roberts - RTR4YK1J

From the IRS to Hillary Clinton, everybody seems to be conveniently losing emails

Is It Too Late For Madeleine And Gloria To Register For The Draft?

Opinion | Arnold Steinberg
Clinton Campaign Refuses To Disavow Sexist Remarks From Gloria Steinem [screen shot CNN]

Can you even call Hillary Clinton a feminist anyway?

The Realities Of Criminal Justice Reform

Opinion | Donald J. Mihalek
Adnan Syed is brought into Baltimore City Circuit Court in Baltimore

Instead of using a hammer to smash through to new policy, perhaps a scalpel approach is better.

Making The Same Mistake Hundreds Of Times: The IRS Re-Hires Fired Employees

Opinion | Sen. Richard Burr
WASHINGTON - AUGUST 30: The Internal Revenue Service building is shown August 30, 2006 in Washington DC. (Photo: Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

The practice of routinely giving these bad apples a second chance is an insult to every hardworking or job-seeking person in this county.

Rubio's Debate Malfunction Undermines His Appeal

Opinion | Scott Greer
Rubio talks to employees at the Timberland headquarters in Stratham

The Florida senator is not running on his record

4 Thoughts On The State Of Jeb!

Opinion | Jamie Weinstein
Jeb Bush

What if Trump never entered the race?

ACA And Insurers Create More Barriers For Consumers

Opinion | Ken Blackwell
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UnitedHealth — the nation’s largest health insurer — announced that it expects to lose more than $500 million through ACA plans

Mass Hysteria, Trump-Style

Opinion | Jennifer Ann Massey
Trump sued Timothy O’Brien, author of Trump Nation, along with the book’s publisher for $5 million in 2006 for libel for underestimating his net worth, claiming it hurt his reputation and damaged business deals, according to the Daily Beast. (Photo: REUTERS/Brendan McDermid)

There is no rhyme or reason to the success of Trump’s campaign, and the only diagnosis is mass hysteria

Energy Bill Greens Financial Agencies

Opinion | John Berlau
The U.S. flag flies at half-staff on the Capitol dome in memory of former Senator Howard Baker (R-TN) in Washington June 27, 2014. Baker, a pivotal figure in the Senate Watergate inquiry that pushed U.S. President Richard Nixon toward resignation and who later helped salvage Ronald Reagan's presidency amid the Iran-Contra scandal, died on Thursday. He was 88. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY) - RTR3W4HL

New green subsidies for the Federal Housing Administration show the Senate has learned nothing from the housing crisis

On Super Bowls, And America's Need For Visionary Thinking

Opinion | Michael C. Kerrigan
What Time Is The Super Bowl? (Getty Images)

No need to thank me, Coaches Rivera and Kubiak. My joy will come in seeing these tactics employed on Super Bowl Sunday.

Hillary Clinton Has The Most To Lose In The Martin Shkreli Fiasco

Opinion | R.J. Caster
Shkreli, former CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals LLC, departs after House Oversight and Government Reform hearing in Washington

The candidate who has raised the most money from pharmaceutical companies is Hillary Clinton.

Trump Didn't Win Iowa, But To The Chagrin Of The GOP Proved Himself Viable

Opinion | Stewart Lawrence

Iowa was not a “game changer.” It almost never is.

Credibility Gap On The Gender Pay Gap

Opinion | Elaine Lutz
DES MOINES, IA - FEBRUARY 01: Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks to supporters as Former U.S. president Bill Clinton looks on during her caucus night event in the Olmsted Center at Drake University on February 1, 2016 in Des Moines, Iowa. Clinton, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Martin O'Malley are competing in the Iowa Democratic caucus. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

More regulations are the problem, not the solution to women’s success in the workplace.

Hillary's Quest To Make Everyone Think Bernie Promotes Sexism

Opinion | Scott Greer
Democratic U.S. presidential candidates Sanders and Clinton talk at the start of a commercial break during the Democratic presidential candidates debate at St. Anselm College in Manchester

The Bernie Bros fake news trend is helping Clinton’s campaign do just that

A Strike At Gawker? The Liberal Snake Eats Its Own Tail

Opinion | Matt Patterson
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One takes a certain Germanic pleasure in seeing the totalitarian fires lit by liberal authorities consuming their own houses.