Republicans and even some Democrats are telling us to get our fear on. But the president, who might have things to gain from it, isn't joining in.
The answer may not be so simple, and now's the time to ask the question.
A story is being written in which America's next war is beginning because of a pair of pictures. How true is it?
Some surprising congressional candor, and a George W. Bush aide explaining Barack Obama's soul.
Republicans have a built-in advantage, but it's one with an expiration date.
Somebody is going to have to build a bridge between the Tea Partiers and the establishment, but Jeb isn't that man.
In a comically ridiculous op-ed, the failed presidential candidate explains why the largest military on earth is actually a scrawny loser getting sand kicked in its face.
It's not hard to figure out why: If Barack Obama doesn't want war, then that's what they have to favor.
Why Republicans have trouble offering people immediate help.
For better or worse, there are some emotions, like anger and fear, that he doesn't channel well.
There's a good reason most members of Congress don't return home when their service is over.
Should we really get mad if our representatives spend too much time in Washington, where they're supposed to be doing their jobs?
With some comments on Israel, she'll disappoint many liberals. But it probably would have happened eventually.
The average negative ad is quite accurate, and also quite unfair. And there's nothing we can do about it.
Yes, it'll make for a miserable two years. But just look at what 2016 will be like.