It’s clear that Scots have voted against independence and in favor of remaining in the United Kingdom.
An assessment of their strength going forward depends on how well they are succeeding in maximizing their vote in line with their historic character.
There's a widespread assumption that most Americans prefer multilateral action-- acting with other nations as partners. But maybe that's not so.
In an unusual statement supposedly made spontaneously to well-wishers after a Scottish church service, Queen Elizabeth II urged Scottish voters to think "very carefully about the future." Good advice.
On the issues of Iraq, immigration and inversion, President Obama finds himself forced by events to do something he dislikes -- and he's in trouble with much of his Democratic Party base for doing so.
For a devastating assessment of President Obama's Sept. 10 speech, read Walter Russell Mead's piece in his Via Meadia blog.
"Large" technology like steel mills, power stations and gas turbines tended to encourage large bureaucracies and large government. But "small" technology enables individuals to make personal choices.
Today's Republicans are largely united in opposition to the policies of the Obama administration, but they disagree on tactics.
Over the last 20 years Republicans have tended to run a bit better in actual elections than they do in the generic vote question, but this tendency may have been reduced in recent cycles. In...
In his 30-plus years of handicapping House, Senate and governor races, Stuart Rothenberg has generally been pretty cautious.