Voters can smell ambivalence a mile away. Why is it so hard for Democrats to understand that?
When other countries are invaded, they fight back. So why isn't Ukraine?
Tuvalu (pop. 10,782) has turned its back on big bad Vladimir Putin.
To see Crimea's future, look at the last time Putin's Russia decided to unilaterally re-draw the map of Europe.
In rural, central Georgia, in a town called Sandersville in WashingtonCounty, a former state legislator with a blighted record has teamed up with a racketeer and a wealthy southern family to build a coal plant, and it may be the only one built in American in the foreseeable future.
Why This GOP Can't Avoid the Next Todd Akin
September 19, 2013
Republicans are letting on their fears that the race to replace Georgia Senator Saxby Chambliss could end in disaster for them. The cast of GOP primary characters, which The Hill has ruled a “clown car,” features the likes of Rep.
Lots of people have been telling Republican Party leaders that simply opposing Obamacare isn’t enough—that they need to develop an alternative. But few can offer such advice with the authority, or the insight, of Clint Murphy.
This State Is Democrats' Best Chance to Pick Up a Senate Seat
August 14, 2013
Democrats are in danger of getting disappointed in Kentucky, where early poll numbers belie McConnell's big advantages. If people are really buying Wendy Davis and a "blue Texas," Democrats might be doubly disappointed.
Subu Must Die
May 07, 2013
What Georgia can teach us about the war on drugs.
In Georgia, a Blueprint for Battling Obamacare
January 14, 2013
The health care debate shifts to conservative states, where the media scrutiny is light and the politics hostile.