Keith Naughton ARTICLES
Things have circled around
Taking A Look At Senate Mid-Term Possibilities
The GOP is only defending nine seats, including one in a state won by Hillary Clinton
OPINION: NO BLUE WAVE: A Midterm Election Preview For The House of Representatives
But whichever party ends up in the minority is in for an orgy of recriminations and turmoil
OPINION: CRYSTAL BALL: Is The Trump Coalition Doomed?
Trump voters, united by a shared set of economic and cultural grievances, are not a majority
MAD Wasn’t So Mad After All -- The World Still Needs Deterrence
For all the hand-wringing, MAD worked
These Cities Will Be The Biggest LOSERS In Amazon's Second Headquarters Sweepstakes
There's no participation trophy up for grabs but Amazon is getting lots of free publicity
Want To Secure Stop Election Fraud In America? Get Rid Of Electronic Voting
Paper ballots make mass fraud impossible
Amazon Has A Bidding Problem And It's Worse Than The Casinos In Vegas
Amazon needs to make and keep friends in the world of politics.
Amazon Is Not Coming; Your City Has Already Lost
What does Amazon really value? Labor supply.
Venezuela Today, Saudi Arabia Tomorrow
No state can postpone reckoning for its economic sins forever.
Surprise: The Pollsters Were Right (Sort Of)
The media is still in a fog on polling.
Weinergate Fitting End To This Election Season
Clinton may just edge out Trump for being more disliked.
Why The Polls Don't Agree (And Never Will)
The fundamental problem for the pollsters is figuring out just who is going to come out to vote.
Hollywood Still Doesn't Understand Politics
While Trump is carelessly compared to Hitler, Clinton’s own campaign strategy is explicitly tribal in nature, dependent on a dominant vote from a collection of ethnic groups.
Trump's Challenge: Too Much Personality Cult; Clinton's Challenge: Not Enough
While the unpopularity of both candidates is truly remarkable, that unpopularity stems from how one-dimensional Trump and Clinton are.
Clinton Falling, Trump Stagnant
Time is making a fool out of those who predicted a Clinton landslide.
Don't bet on Gary Johnson or Jill Stein gaining considerable traction, even against against Democratic and Republican candidates with historically low favorability ratings.
The Great Race To The Bottom
Trump's Brexit Blunder
Even the Leave campaign acknowledged Brexit would have short-term costs.
Brexit Referendum's Warning To Europe: Less Is Better Than More For The European Union
Prosperity masks a lot of bad ideas.
Trump Has Not Changed Anything, Politics Is Still The Same
What is remarkable about Trump’s victory is how it confirms to most of the conventional wisdom
Trump's Biggest Problem: The GOP Doesn't Fear Him Any Longer
Never in the history of Republican or Democratic primaries has a frontrunner failed so badly in gaining votes as the field has narrowed.
Trump Is Not Winning, His Opponents Are Losing
While they divided, he conquered.
The Case For Dumping Trump: He's The Worst Candidate Since The Parties Implemented Primaries
The fear of Trump is backwards.
The Supreme Game: Would Compromising With Obama Be The Smart Strategy?
If Hillary wins, a far-left justice is all but guaranteed.
America's Incoherent Sanctions Policy
In the vast majority of cases, economic sanctions are nothing more than empty symbolism and political grandstanding.
Another Obama Boondoggle: Wasting Tax Dollars On The Self-Driving Car
Not a single self-driving car will be sold until the ethical and liability issues are determined
Is Venezuela The Next Foreign Policy Crisis?
Socialism in Venezuela was not successful, just propped up by massive oil reserves.
President Obama's Propaganda Problem
The only thing Obama understands is that the critics of America always have a point and the critics of his administration never do.
Does Yoko Ono Cause Heart Attacks? Maybeâ�¦
The fact is that we don’t know if vehicle emissions, chemical spills or stress is the cause of the observed health problems.