Watch Five Hidden Post-Convention Bounces
August 31, 2012

There's more to follow than the size of each candidate's bounce.

OK, Ryan. Let’s Talk About Janesville And the Auto Industry.
August 30, 2012

Paul Ryan wants to talk about the auto industry? Let's do it. It may be the single best argument for Obama's reelection.

How to Read Post-Convention Polls: It’s Not Just About the Biggest Bounce
August 30, 2012

It doesn't matter very much whether Obama gets a 2 or a 6 point bounce.

How Mitt Romney Reduces Foreign Policy to Opposition Research
August 28, 2012

Romney's foreign policy amounts to an incoherent criticism of Obama's. He should be offering voters more.

Tampa May Have Hurricanes, But It Also Has Swing Voters
August 28, 2012

With Orlando trending Democratic, Tampa is the only big swing region left in America's most famous swing state.

How Romney's Mormon Problem Became His Greatest Asset
August 27, 2012

The Romney campaign has decided, with good reason, that Mormonism is no longer the candidate's problem, it's his solution.

Sheldon Adelson and the Jew Card
August 21, 2012

Can you criticize Republican mega-donor Sheldon Adelson without being accused of anti-Semitism?

President Obama, Culture Warrior
August 20, 2012

Why is Obama re-litigating the same cultural issues that hurt Kerry eight years ago?

Paul Ryan’s Medicare Plan May Scare Off Seniors—And Cost Romney the Presidency
August 13, 2012

Mitt Romney simply can't win without the vote of senior citizens. So why did he pick as his running-mate Paul Ryan, a man best known for his proposal

UPDATED: Six Things to Know About Ryan (and Romney)
August 11, 2012

The Ryan pick confirms that Romney is committed to a radical conservative agenda—depriving millions of health insurance, decimating basic government s