Obama is still the favorite, people.
Lacking any way to take ownership of foreign policy, Romney laid out a neoconservative vision that looked an awful lot like Obama's.
Even when faced with polls they don't like, liberals retain their sanity.
The first in a Prospect series on the 174 initiatives and referendums up for a vote this November
Explaining the awfulness that is Meet the Press, This Week, and the rest
When it comes to denying global warming, America is number one.
The optimistic debate about what could happen in the United States after the unemployment rate goes down
The Republican candidate may have performed well in the first debate, but the audience-participation variable in the town hall may fluster the improvisation-shy candidate.
Israeli policy on asylum-seekers from Eritrea and Sudan is denial
For the first time in this election, the Republican nominee is running with the headwinds.
Because performance is what matters
ACORN's minor offenses became the right-wing scandal of the century. Nathan Sproul's voter-registration fraud on behalf of the GOP elicits absolute silence from the Breitbarts and Drudges.
What voters care about most is that their candidate share the same values—economic and social—as them, something Obama forgot in the first presidential debate.
What do you know, he found the "authentic" Mitt Romney.
The one thing that all pundits can agree on about the first presidential debate: Jim Lehrer was the night's biggest loser.