What we call “eloquence” in public speech is, essentially, code for values associated with masculinity.
The "paranoid style" isn't so much periodical as it is perpetual.
Research suggests that a candidate's looks play an integral part in whether they are electable or not.
The battle to secure Supreme Court justices has a long and contentious history.
A look at what evangelical voters want and expect from major Presidential candidates.
How do social democratic ideas work in other countries? And would those same policies reduce the wealth gap in the U.S.?
The Sagebrush Rebellion proved pivotal in strengthening the politics of the Republican Party in the West.
Perjury is often considered the "forgotten offense." Despite being widespread, it is rarely prosecuted.
Does it sometimes seem as if our political culture is a political cartoon?
Once considered essential, winning the New Hampshire primary is no longer indicative of who will become the next President.