Mitch McConnell Matt Bevin Despite their noisy campaigns, Sen. McConnell and his tea party-tilting challenger agree on almost every issue.
Ed Marksberry might be a decent sort. But he’s made himself look like the little kid who gets mad on the sandlot and stomps home.
Pope Francis and Hillary Clinton — There are signals that Clinton does not grasp the reasons for the admiration for Pope Francis.
California Political Predictions — California ballot initiatives could boost progressive change, with intriguing races for state offices.
Marianne Williamson Teacher — It isn’t our government that needs to be reframed so much as our own relationship to it.
Luis Rodrigueze wants to end poverty in California, a largely ignored objective in a gubernatorial campaign since Upton Sinclair ran.
Elect Alison Lundergan Grimes — Most of us were rooting for entertainer Ashley Judd – one of us — to come home and take on McConnell.
Marianne Williamson Running for Congress — I would not run if the mid-term elections of 2014 were going to feature a meaningful debate.
Mia Love — It is expected that this black woman would counter the narrative of the Republican Party as a whites-only club.
Voting Reform — Both the Democratic and the Republican parties are remaking the social landscape according to corporate interests.
Brent Budowsky: Be the change candidate of progressive populist reform, in the mold of Teddy Roosevelt and Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman and John F. Kennedy.
Victoria Defrancesco Soto: Republicans are fighting hard to keep alive the rotary phone days with a cast of ultra conservative white males seeking to defeat Davis and her running mate, Leticia Van de Putte.
Victoria Defrancesco Soto: The only shot Wendy Davis has of winning is in getting Latino support, and if anyone can get that support it’s Leticia Van de Putte as her lieutenant governor.