Paul Krugman was all too happy to roast Paul Ryan for his love of Ayn Rand. But what of his own love for Isaac Asimov?
Sacrifice, character, patriotism, family and the faith of successive generations built America. Obama represents few of those things
Presumably the Obama campaign, hot on the back of its targeting women and Latino voters, is now moving onto a new constituency - vandals
Biden’s performance in the recent VP debate was embarrassing and unprofessional
CNN's flash poll gave victory to Ryan with 48 percent to Biden's 44. Other polls gave victory to Biden. What actually happened?
National polling has Romney and Obama neck and neck, but is the Republican candidate in danger of faltering when he should be sprinting?
Throughout the past 40 years, Democrats have been cast as the Mummy Party and Republicans as the Daddy. Are we seeing an unlikely role reversal?
This week's guests are former Ambassdor Charles Crawford and James D. Boys
Raheem Kassam discusses the RNC Convention, Iran and Nick Clegg with Mike Magan and Christian May
Mitt Romney's speech was not earth-shattering, but it might just be enough
After nearly four years of his administration and his policies, it's the president that's bluffing
Paul Ryan holds back on attacking Obama and makes the positive case for Mitt Romney
Until the Republican Party learns to successfully woo the female vote, women will continue to keep the party from power
Raheem Kassam is joined by guests Dr. James D. Boys and Christian May to discuss Paul Ryan, Julian Assange, Iran's nuclear programme and more
Left and Right are difficult terms to get to grips with, but much can be learned from the different ways they have been interpreted
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