Across this vast and varied land, there are dozens of men and women who would make good — or even great — presidents. Can someone who is not anointed by one of the two parties become president?
The decline of heavy industry in Scotland plus the free market and anti-union policies of Margaret Thatcher’s Conservative governments in 1979-90 made her party anathema in much of Scotland.
If someone nods along when Obama ludicrously claims to have no ideological agenda, it’s no surprise he’ll shake his head when a conservative admits to having one. But at least the conservatives aren’t lying.
Where Americans have polarization, the Brits have fragmentation.
The argument that the Clintons have always faced scandal charges is intended to shore up her support. But it may have the opposite effect.
The ethical standard is that public servants should avoid even the appearance of impropriety. But there’s three decades of evidence that the Clintons don’t think it applies to them.
Do Americans think income inequality is a problem? The short answer is yes, and the May issue of AEI’s Political Report takes a close look at what the polls show.
Coverage of the Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition summit this past weekend is a great example of how political reporting can go wrong.
This presidential race is shaping up as a contest of dynasties — potentially setting up an election that includes the exact same names that were on the ballot in 1992. But are these our only options?
Questions on whether foreign donations to the Clinton Foundation helped buy influence at the State Department during Hillary Clinton’s time as Secretary of State are growing. Here, panelists weigh in on how she will most likely face the criticism.