Christie governed New Jersey with bipartisan support and a penchant for truth-telling — can the same virtues win him the presidency?
By Jeff Hurvitz
“Advice for future candidates: don’t tell minority groups — or any groups — that you are better stewards of their interests than they are.”
By Albert Eisenberg
The long-anticipated lawsuit from a teacher fired by the Allentown School District over his presence in Washington D.C. on Jan. 6 has been filed, setting the stage for an intense battle over free-speech rights and employment.
By Todd Shepherd
Election 2020: in Philly, Trump adds votes from working class voters of all racial backgrounds; meanwhile, Biden’s improvements are a map of gentrification in Philadelphia.
By Kyle Sammin
Columnist Christine Flowers joined Chris Stigall to discuss the #MeToo movement (& media’s) double standard on Biden vs. Kavanaugh sexual assault allegations.
The President’s Administration has quietly drafted a federal order that, if enforced, has the potential to change the American cityscape over the coming generations. By Austin Severns.
The president is a factor, but so are national and local trends. For the GOP, that means rethinking some strategies and getting back to basics.
By Athan Koutsiouroumbas