Donald Trump has surged in national polls but his prospects for winning the presidency remain dim.
The Republican Party foreign policy establishment has joined Democrats in roundly criticizing Donald Trump’s background and undiplomatic temperament.
America’s economy is a mess and social fabric is fraying. It's Donald Trump not Hillary Clinton who offers a better way forward.
Contrary to what you might have heard from some quarters, the Republican Party did not lose its soul last week in Cleveland.
Hillary Clinton claims the economy does better with a Democrat in the White House--that’s simply false.
Unemployment increased to 4.9 percent from 4.7 percent in May, and wages were up only 2 cents per hour or less than one-tenth of a percent.
The U.S. economy is growing again—about 2.5 percent annually in the second quarter and going forward—but good jobs remain scarce and wage gains lackluster.
President Obama and the Democratic Party have failed African-Americans, and it no longer serves their interest to reliably support either Hillary Clinton or the party.
The United States has a strong security interest in a united and prosperous UK.
To listen to President Obama, Americans live in a liberal paradise—a robust economy, 75 consecutive months of jobs growth and a government aggressively promoting social justice.