1/25: This year the Supreme Court will decide whether the First Amendment allows a “buffer zone” forbidding all political speech around polling places on Election Day.
The Constitution gives states the power to run their own elections.
As I warned last August, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson has rushed through a designation of the nation’s state and local election systems as “critical infrastructure.”
A Texas congressional candidate has boldly resurrected a popular East Coast Democratic catchphrase from the late 19th century: “Vote Early, Vote Often.”
The young are being lured by the siren song of what they see as a ‘new’ idea.
One of the interesting assumptions infecting this election season is that a self-funded wealthy candidate is less likely to make corrupt deals.
Politically we appear to be living in the year of the outsider. Donald Trump has shocked the established political class and its loyal journalistic following.
The presidential candidate from Vermont lures Millennials to his cause.
Hillary Clinton has given Republicans a taste of what is to come.
The New York Times has revealed what some of us already knew.