So don't worry too much about negativity.
Negative campaigning is nothing new in American politics.
The Israeli government stops pretending that it doesn't establish new settlements.
President Obama announces the drawdown of troops in the long-occupied country.
Paul Krugman shakes his head.
The resignation of Richard Grenell is a sign that the former Massachusetts governor will cave to anti-gay forces.
The president is doing very well in the Old Dominion.
The former Massachusetts governor has accused the president of taking from the poor to give to the well-off.
Republicans won't make it that easy for Democrats to relitigate the Bush years.
What Carter really did.
The Wisconsin governor is rolling in cash as he turns his recall fight into a national cause célèbre for conservative and Tea Party groups.
In the current economic environment, we might be best served by just giving a check to young people.
What real opportunity looks like.
Step one in the Obama campaign's attempt to portray their opponent as a heartless corporate raider.
A new attack ad brings an air of hipster bashing into the conservative narrative that Obama's too cool to lead the country.