Dick Morris, the President of Vote.com, was President Clinton's chief strategist and advisor in the 1996 campaign. Dick Morris has handled the campaigns of a large number of American politicians including Trent Lott, William Weld, Pete Wilson and a whole lot of others. Dick Morris is now a commentator on the Fox News Channel and writes a weekly column in the New York Post. Dick Morris has written four recent books: Behind the Oval Office, The New Prince, Vote.com and Power Plays.
Eileen McGann is an attorney and former public interest lobbyist. She serves as the CEO of Vote.com.
The Wikileaks documents show that Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has, as Voltaire said about the Bourbon kings of France, learned nothing and forgotten nothing.
Does President Obama plan to move to the center in response to his overwhelming rejection at the polls on Nov. 2? No way!
s Barack Obama a socialist? A Muslim? Anti-American? Pro-Palestinian? Or just a man who is right sometimes and wrong most of the time? Bill O'Reilly opts for the second option in his new book, "Pinheads and Patriots."
As the Senate Republican Conference moves to ban earmarking by the chamber's Republicans, the next question arises: What about the House?
There are three possible contenders who might enter Democratic primaries against Obama: Russ Feingold, Dennis Kucinich and Jerry Brown.
Now that President Obama has experienced the same baptism of fire as Bill Clinton did in the midterm elections, the obvious question is whether he will move to the center in a bid to save his presidency and win re-election.
Signs of an unmistakable Republican trend are brightening the chances of a GOP takeover of the U.S. Senate.
As congressmen and senators face the electorate next week, millions of votes will turn on one simple question: Did he (she) take the pledge? The pledge to repeal Obamacare.
A fundamental change is gripping the Republican grass roots as they animate the GOP surge to a major victory in the 2010 elections.
The danger here is not overconfidence but underconfidence, and that Democratic incumbents who could be defeated will skate to victories.
The mainstream media is peddling the line that the Democrats are staging a comeback, slicing Republican leads. It is absolute nonsense.
As hard as pollsters try, it is almost impossible to glean a sample of actual likely voters in an off-year election.
Just as when the Republican establishment wrote off Scott Brown's effort to capture "Ted Kennedy's" seat in the Senate, the Washington Republicans may be underestimating the number of seats the GOP can capture in the House of Representatives.
This year, the Democrats will lose at least 80 House seats and control of the Senate. The modern record is 74.
Everything may change in 2010 in the Empire State. From a blue state bystander, New York may emerge as the epicenter of a political earthquake.
The MSNBC cameras unwittingly -- and probably unwillingly -- captured a Joe the Plumber moment during Monday's town hall meeting called by President Obama to discuss the economy.
This week's primary victories of Christine O'Donnell in Delaware and Joe DioGuardi in New York illustrate how the tea party is cleansing the Republican Party and installing true believers over professional politicians.
Has the Democratic presidential primary of 2012 started already? Is Hillary Clinton beginning to position herself for a challenge to her boss?
The magnitude of the catastrophe facing the Democratic Party in the fall elections is only gradually becoming clear to the leaders of both parties.