The Importance of Kamala Harris’s South Asian Heritage
The media often underplays the fact that Biden’s vice presidential pick has an Indian mother. Her heritage could play a crucial role in U.S. foreign policy.
A Biden-Harris Ticket—and What It Means for the United States in November
Picking Kamala Harris as his running mate underscores that Joe Biden is not looking for extra heft on foreign policy—but he’s reaching out with several firsts.
The Risks of Susan Rice
If Biden picks Obama’s national security advisor as his running mate, Benghazi would hardly be her biggest vulnerability.
Why Mike Pence Is Good for GOP Conservatives — and for Cory Booker
Donald Trump’s VP candidate is a solid choice for mainstream Republicans, but it also opens the door for a smart parry by Hillary Clinton.
A Very Unscientific Inquiry Into the Etymology of the Phrase ‘Iron-Ass’
A theory on where former President George H.W. Bush discovered the phrase "iron-ass."