Before running Romney's campaign, Stuart Stevens helped lift two foreign strongmen into power.
Every year, we hear people in solidly-blue states complaining that their votes don't count. But this year, they do.
What should liberals be freaking out about? Herewith, a guide.
The second-guessing has already begun over whether Barack Obama chose the right message to take on Mitt Romney. Is there anything to it?
Dan Senor is a glorified flack. So why is he in serious discussion for a foreign policy job in a Romney administration?
Unlike in the 1930s and 1960s, Obama couldn't rely on surging liberal movements to help him advance his goals.
Not only is Romney exaggerating the China threat, but he’s doing so at the expense of more pressing economic and social issues.
Obama's near 50 percent in a traditionally Democratic-tilting state. Romney should go all-out for Ohio, instead.
Romney is such a liar that his allies now say it's not okay ever to call anybody a liar.
The story of the 2012 campaign is Obama's success in the swing state he was thought to be weakest in: Ohio. How did he pull it off?