Taking a nearsighted view of the political landscape, some have concluded there is little or no difference between Republicans and Democrats.
Newly elected Connecticut Secretary of State Denise Merril, a Democrat, was stunned to discover that her Republican counterparts across the country were all focused on how to keep the number of voters down in their states.
Polls show a near dead heat in the bitter battle pitting labor's legions against Walker's millions.
Cory Booker said he was nauseated by the attacks on private capital. He said Mitt Romney's firm, Bain Capital, "has done a lot of good."
For millions of Americans, the makeup of the U.S. Supreme Court may not register as a priority, or even as a passing concern.
While I am not a great believer in grand conspiracy theories, I have a serious conspiracy theory about what is going on behind the façade of U.S. politics.
No objective person can fail to see that the presidential election is currently the main form of the class struggle in our country.
The political terrain is treacherous and corporate money is flooding into right-wing Super PACS waging a racist, scorched earth policy against President Barack Obama.
The class struggle, rather than stopping during an election, actually intensifies.