Gov. John Kasich (R) of Ohio told reporters at a Monitor lunch that, as a presidential candidate, he would tout his experience – including expanding Medicaid. And he could deliver Ohio, essential for winning the presidency.
Nearly two years after former NSA contractor Edward Snowden released documents on a massive government surveillance program, bipartisan support for reform is taking shape on Capitol Hill.
Quarterback Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks has a reputation of being a class act off the field, and his latest gesture is further proof of that.
Top priority is to lower the corporate tax rate to help US firms compete with trading partners lowering their own rates. With a new president, Congress can take a second whack at reducing the individual rate.
The library will be hosted by the University of Chicago and will house enough artifacts and unclassified documents to fill a swimming pool and several semi trucks.
Party polarization is overused as an explanation in American politics. That lens misses the outliers in both parties, who fall out on regional, demographic, and ideological lines.