A week before an election is rarely a time for gratitude, especially when it comes to being grateful for what we, as a nation, have to offer.
As the quarterback for Republican governors this year, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will be forced to shoulder the blame if they come up short in Tuesday's election.
Here comes the Super Bowl, played in New Jersey. The state has the personality, grit and perseverance of someone long past caring about impressing the critics.
The biggest issue confronting Hillary Clinton’s early 2016 aspirations is not the possibility of a primary by Vice President Biden or other senators and governors who have been...
This could have been the week when Republicans celebrated a continuation of austerity.
You need to get over it. ObamaCare is not going away, no matter how many times you vote to repeal or defund it.
There is nothing exceptional in your comments in Thursday's New York Times, President Putin. They come from the song sheet you and your predecessors have used before to wage...
Edward Snowden’s fight for civil liberties would have more resonance if he were not so obviously focused on saving his own skin at the expense of a specific political ideology.
On the NSA phone records collection story progressives with even a shred of moral consistency should side with the New York Times against the White House.
Some politicians spend a great deal of time talking about the American Dream. New Jersey Democrat Senator Frank Lautenberg lived it.