“[I]f Donald Trump fades away the party leaders will conclude they beat him and the crazy base. They will, like the Bourbons of France, learn nothing and forget nothing.” In 1854, confronted by the moral evil of slavery and the inability of the Whigs to provide clarity against it, the Republican Party formed. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON — I know you haven’t heard enough about Donald Trump recently, so here’s more: At this point, anyone who says he can’t win the Republican nomination is in deep denial. Trump announced his candidacy on June 16 and immediately vaulted into the top tier of candidates. On July 14, a USA Today poll put [...]Show More Summary
Among a very long list of harms inflicted upon the United States by Barack Obama and his party, perhaps the worst was Caesarism. Obama relished the worship of millions in
While it may be a shock that the major broadcast networks on Thursday night reported that Hillary Clinton compared Republicans to “terrorists” on women’s health, it was far from a surprise that ABC and NBC openly cheered her for “coming...Show More Summary
"America needs a President that can re-energize our nation and recapture our greatness"
Y'know by now we all should be pretty used to Republicans saying crazy fracked-up crap. Really fracked up. I mean, that's what Trump's entire campaign is about. Saying fracked- up crap, then attacking anyone who stops and says "Hey,Show More Summary
“Polling experts agree on one thing when it comes to Donald Trump’s presidential run: They’ve never seen anything like it. The billionaire businessman’s dominance of the Republican presidential race is forcing experienced political hands to question whether everything they know [...]
Caitlin Huey-Burns: “Over the past month, John Kasich has been moving in on Bush’s turf, gaining ground in the must-win state of New Hampshire. The Ohio governor is positioning himself as moderate Republicans’ viable alternative to Bush, with a more [...]
Chris Matthews finishes the show with why he believes Donald Trump is commanding the Republican field of presidential candidates.
Former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm reacts to Hillary comparing Republican views on women to those of Islamic terrorists.
Carly Fiorina “is waging a public war with both CNN, which is hosting the debate, and the Republican National Committee, which her campaign accused on Wednesday of ‘rigging the game’ to keep her out of the prime-time event,” the New [...]
Are the Democrats about to do what the Republicans did with Bob Dole in 1996 and with Mitt Romney in 2012? Lose a winnable Presidential election by nominating the candidate who's "next in line," but isn't much liked by the voters? That...Show More Summary
Did she go too far? Hillary Clinton says the Republican presidential candidates are as anti-woman as the world's Islamic terrorists. The Washington Post’s...
We found this little nugget buried in a PPP survey released Wednesday of the New Hampshire Senate contest between Republican Kelly Ayotte and Democrat Maggie Hassan. New Hampshire provides more evidence of what a disaster not nominating Trump could potentially be for the GOP. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton's super PAC just released its first ad and it's little wonder that it's bilingual and clearly aimed at Latino voters. In case they have missed any of the hate-filled rhetoric Republicans are spewing about immigrants,Show More Summary
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is teaming up with his Republican presidential primary rival, Donald Trump, to host an upcoming rally attacking President Barack Obama's nuclear deal with Iran. The event, which will be held in Washington D.C....Show More Summary
Donald Trump has tied up that racist vote. David Duke just endorsed him. David Duke, the anti-Semitic former Ku Klux Klan leader, praised Republican front-runner Donald Trump for his immigration policy proposals and said Trump is “the...Show More Summary
Hillary Rodham Clinton and the Democratic National Committee have finalized a joint fund-raising agreement after months of difficult negotiations, opening the door for the party to gain a significant head start on Republicans at roping in big checks from Democratic donors.
While I continue to admire Donald Trump's ability to command attention at long, rambling, unscripted press conferences, I still am not persuaded he will be the next President of the United States. Nonetheless, the GOP establishment in...Show More Summary
The primary super PAC backing Democrat Hillary Clinton released an ad on Thursday criticizing Republican presidential candidates’ stances on immigration policy and highlighting controversial remarks the field’s frontrunners have made in recent weeks.