"So if, under the Constitution, we compensate people because we take their property, why wouldn't you compensate people who actually were property?" Castro asked.
The Story: Howard Schultz, the former Starbucks CEO who is exploring a centrist independent campaign for President, may be...
Supporting the legalization of marijuana once, not long ago, required political courage. In the 2020 cycle now begun, though, such support has become all the rage.
The Story: Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire who founded the giant media, software, and financial services company Bloomberg LP, announced...
Early but informed speculation has it that Kathleen Sebelius, the US Secretary of Health and Human Services under President Obama who became linked in the public mind, and in constitutional litigation, to the issues raised by the "Obamacare" reform, may well run for a seat in the US Senate from Kansas in 2020.
It is a safe bet that, if Hickenlooper's Presidential campaign breaks out from the pack and becomes important enough to warrant vigorous opposition, that opposition will invoke Dunlap's survival, and Hickenlooper's opposition to the death penalty.
A candidate says that the idea of packing the Supreme Court to move it leftward is no laughing matter, suggests he would consider it.
In November, unofficial totals showed that Mark Harris had defeated Dan McCready by 905 votes. But that victory has unravelled in the three months since.
The candidate, Marianne Williamson, should be taken seriously, because she is a token of a type: non-denominational spiritual advisors are becoming a more important part of the American political mix over time.
Senator Bernie Sanders re-enters the Presidential fray, this time as a front-runner, with his now-familiar revolutionary message.