Post Archive

November 7, 2012

There’s little doubt that Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu wasn’t celebrating President Obama’s re-election, but he has more important things on his mind today than commiserating...

President Obama has now fought his last election and no longer needs to submit himself and his accomplishments to the voters. Accordingly, all bets are...

For all the howling from the left about how the Citizens United ruling would allow corporations to “buy” the election, the Washington Post reports that...

In the emerging postmortems on the Romney campaign, many reasons are being adduced for his defeat, but one point is generally consistently acknowledged--the Republicans paid...

Although exit polling showed just how few voters cared much about foreign policy in yesterday’s presidential election, the right should put it on the list...

The Republican Jewish Coalition released the exit polls they took yesterday and declared victory in the presidential contest. President Obama won re-election, but his share...

Naturally, there will disappointment among Republicans, not only for the defeat in the presidential election, but also over the poor performance in several Senate contests...

As I mentioned earlier, the National Republican Senatorial Committee is facing some changes after last night’s defeats. RealClearPolitics reports that Senator Marco Rubio -- who...

Mitt Romney did not lose the presidency last night because he was too “moderate” or because he was “severely conservative.” He did not lose because...

Here come the inevitable arguments that the Republican Party’s problem was not nominating a True Conservative for president. U.S. News reports:  The Tea Party Patriots, one...

There may be something slightly unseemly about talking about the 2016 election the day after Election Day 2012, but in contemporary American politics one election...

As the national vote total began to solidify last night, one question on the minds of Republicans was: Where are the missing voters? Last night...