The Ohio governor is a formidable political talent with a solidly conservative record. So don’t be surprised if he takes off in the polls.
Ron Christie is CEO of Christie Strategies LLC. He previously served as special assistant to President George W. Bush and deputy assistant to Vice President Dick Cheney from 2001 to 2004. He has written three books on race and politics in America.
How can voters take them seriously as leaders if they don’t have the courage to speak up now about something so unmistakable?
It goes to Clinton and Kerry, and it’s simple: If they knew then what they know now, would they have backed Obama’s decision to leave Iraq?
The first lady’s Tuskegee commencement address was just more victim politics. How much discrimination does she face in the White House?
“Blackwards” is the condition created by racial hucksters who want to divide us. And tragically, they’re having a field day.
No one is invincible. If Republicans are smart about reaching out to young people and black voters, they can move back in to 1600.
Every time we have a situation like Indiana, Republicans let Democrats caricature them. Enough. Time to fight back and speak some truth.
The backlash against this Starbucks #racetogether project is happening for a reason. It’s a really stupid idea. Schultz, you ee-diot!
One cheer to the Justice Department for debunking “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot.” But the president has behaved horribly through this whole thing.
It’s the 50th anniversary of one of the seminal events in our history, and not a single leading Republican is bothering to go? For shame.