Articles by Lara Brown
Mark Sanford won the House seat in South Carolina because voters actually mattered.
Through symbol and deed, Obama has distanced himself from the institution of the presidency.
By ceding the special election to Colbert Busch, Republicans stand to gain a better 2014 candidate.
We have to fight the urge to believe that new laws or technology will prevent senseless violence like the attack in Boston.
Midterm elections are about presidents, whether they like it or not.
How can a woman win a party nomination if she's not even talked about as a possible candidate?
Obama's hit the same post-election malaise as his predecessor.
Both parties should toss aside these unrepresentative elections.
The United States almost created its own conclave—to select the president.
Both sides should talk about the need to turn to states and local communities to allow innovation to take root and diversity to flourish.