As we look to the 2016 presidential election, we need to understand that while we only have two candidates who might be president, we actually have three likely scenarios we might see over the next four years. The first possibility is that Trump wins. Show More Summary
Donald Trump's campaign is in some hot water after watchdog groups filed a complaint with the FEC for asking foreigners (members of British Parliament) to donate to his campaign via email which is illegal. As usual it's #NeverTrumpsFault. On...Show More Summary
It may have started as a lark, but a website which gives Americans a place to flee should Donald Trump prevail in the election has now given rise to a formal invitation for the Obamas to vacation on the picturesque island. Source: CBC The...Show More Summary
You might remember on April 1 that this blog "endorsed" Mitt Romney for President. I wrote that post. It was an April Fool's Joke. Really. But now that the Republican Party is set to commit electoral seppuku by nominating the will of...Show More Summary
More than 30 years after scientists first spotted a hole in the atmosphere's protective ozone layer over the South Pole, they are seeing the "first fingerprints of healing," researchers report. Measurements of the ozone hole taken in...Show More Summary
For the British, the Battle of the Somme is the embodiment of the first World War. At 7.30 a.m. on July 1, 1916, a British infantry assault began after seven days of artillery bombardment of the German lines. Only an hour later, there were already around 30,000 British casualties. Show More Summary
Another one bites the dust.
Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton ran into each other at the airport. BURN HER!
A mean federal judge says Mississippi's entire gay-hatin' law is unconstitutional. Does the U.S. Constitution even APPLY to Mississippi?
The third in our ongoing series on all the 57 states Hillary will win in November!
Did you know San Bernardino and Orlando wouldn't have happened if Homeland Security wasn't so scared of saying Muslim words? IT'S TRUE!
The math teachers LOVE Trump.
Today's installment of campaign-related news items from across the country.
Defending North Carolina's controversial, anti-LGBT law -- better known as HB 2 -- is going to be expensive.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) told his constituents, "[J]ust ask me to leave." Quite a few of them did.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the U.S. presidential campaign (all times EDT): Attorney General Loretta Lynch says she won't overrule the findings of an FBI-led investigation into Hillary Clinton's private email server.