American socialists want us to believe they are interested in our well-being. The truth is, they are interested first and foremost in power.
Bernie Sanders called Michael Bloomberg's condemnation of communism a "cheap shot" at Wednesday's debate. The Scandinavians Sanders idolizes would disagree.
If Michael Bloomberg wins the presidency in 2020, America could have its first president with a "partner" rather than a wife.
U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez went out of her way to harass the only pro-free-market witness at a hearing on paid family leave.
Democrats and Republicans both hold incorrect stereotypes about both the opposition party, and about their own party.
Promises to do away with the fracking industry show a callous disregard for American workers and their families.
Joe Biden has thus far run a bland and uninspiring campaign, with results to match. How long will he remain in the race?
If the Democratic Party can't pull itself together, we could see a three way race for the presidency between Bloomberg, Sanders, and Trump.
Perhaps there’s still hope for American masculinity.
Social Security is a broken system which taxes us at exorbitant rates and provides negative returns on our "investments."
Despite completing a world-class education at the University of Chicago, for decades, Sanders never developed skills that would allow him to earn a living.
It's become common to say the United States is currently at the height of political and cultural divisions, but such a view reveals a lack of historical knowledge.
With New Hampshire now in the books, it appears as though the standard way of thinking of the 2020 Democratic presidential primaries is quickly dissolving.
Federal funding for technical education programs might be about to double, a move which could greatly increase high schoolers' career prospects.
People on both sides of the political spectrum are continually baffled by the continued support of evangelical Christians for President Donald Trump.
Is Michael Bloomberg really "a 5'4" mass of dead energy" or is this a tall tale of President Donald Trump's in the midst of campaign season?
Is there even an upper limit on how high of a minimum wage politicians like Tom Steyer will promise American voters?
Don Lemon says he doesn't "believe in belittling people," but his recent laughing attack live on CNN shows he could use a dose of humility.
The 1619 Project claims that American history marginalizes African-Americans. Evidence suggests otherwise.
Donald Trump's Justice Department is currently investigating Google for possible antitrust violations. Could the tech company's ties to Jared Kushner get this probe shut down?
Politics would be a lot less contentious if we didn't all take ourselves so seriously. We need to learn to laugh.
The biggest division in America is not over party or our views of President Trump, but instead over how we view the soul of America itself.
Civility is a two way street in politics, but more often than not we criticize our opponents' behavior while defending our own.
Career Democrats are poised to dump Biden, the Amtrak amateur, for Mayor Pete, McKinsey’s man in the Midwest. It’s a better fit.
If healthcare is a human right, when did it become so? Healthcare surely couldn't have been a human right before it even existed, right?
Amid all the emotion, here are some fact checks of key parts of the president’s speech.
The contemporary elite class has presided over widespread American decline, brought about in part by the succession of bad ideas they have embraced.
The Associated Press is spouting a lot of easily disproved talking points regarding the Democratic Party's impeachment proceedings against Trump.