Articles by Fenn, Peter
In Tuesday's presidential debate, Mitt Romney proved his attitudes about women are straight out of the 1950s.
Our Electoral College voting system allows campaigns to only focus on the nine swing states and ignore everyone else.
Getting Mitt Romney to deliver policy specifics is like nailing jello to the wall.
Economically desperate voters are paying close attention to the presidential campaign, which means the debate could swing some who are undecided.
At a time when the rhetoric should be ramped down, Mitt Romney ramps it up.
The Democratic Convention did more than the Republican convention to sway independents and motivate the base.
Romney's speech was designed to appeal to women voters and humanize her husband, but she fell flat on both.
The Republican Party has been using the religious right to their advantage and deserve the liability the expression of such views has become.
Mitt Romney's popularity problem with voters isn't caused by Obama, it's caused by his own shortcomings.
A report shows for-profit colleges are doing their job: educating students.