Politics aside, a speeded-up primary season may be a unique opportunity to rethink our notions of time altogether.
As California Republicans seek to game the dysfunctional Electoral College, a campaign is rising to establish a national popular vote.
Memo to candidates: There are more atheists, agnostics and skeptics out there than you think. How about sending us some love?
A dialogue between the peace activist and The Nation's editor over Sheehan's plan to run for Congress against Representative Nancy Pelosi.
It's early in the game, but his bid to unseat Minnesota Republican Senator Norm Coleman is gaining strength.
MoveOn.org's issue-driven primary may not end up naming a winner, but it's shaping up to be more substantive, thoughtful and participatory than the actual presidential primary.
Front-loaded primaries and a volatile '08 race are creating unprecedented opportunities for progressives. They'll gain traction only if they form a smart, tech-savvy and cohesive movement.
A closer look at Hillary Clinton's career reveals a technocratic centrist whose political ambition might trump any progressive policy promises.
The pseudonymous Southern California blogger accepts the Paul Wellstone Citizen Leadership Award on behalf of progressive bloggers everywhere--and invites the nation to join the party.
Edwards primps, Hillary spoofs The Sopranos and Obama Girl oozes charm. But can web campaigns turn clicks into votes?