"Are you better off?" Ronald Reagan rhetorically asked the audience during his 1980 debate with President Jimmy Carter. President Barack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney should each take a lesson from Reagan’s performance.
I've heard this story over and over again from relatives, friends, even the Sears salesman, and I've experienced it myself: Because of the polarized nature of today's politics, old friendships are ending.
INDIANAPOLIS | Mitt Romney cruised to victory in Indiana's Republican presidential primary, padding his dominant lead in the delegate count for the GOP nomination.
I've been through my fair share of election years. Having survived four presidential elections, I know how these things usually work. Sure, I watched "Sesame Street" instead of the Clinton/Dole debate in 1996, but I did follow the 2004 election and proudly gave my intelligent high school opi…
Don't forget 'moderate' U.S. voters
INDIANAPOLIS | Indiana Republicans won control of both chambers of the General Assembly in November by promising less government and more freedom.
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