For too long, climate change has been a partisan issue in American politics. In spite of the overwhelming scientific data about the role that human beings have played in the warming of the planet, the Republican Party of the United States...Show More Summary
Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake has been a frequent critic of Donald Trump during the months since the Manhattan billionaire clinched the Republican Party's nomination. He told Business Insider in a Wednesday interview that he thinks "it's important...Show More Summary
Indiana Governor Mike Pence has been recently hailed as the top contender for vice president on Donald Trump’s embattled GOP ticket. Although there is growing uncertainty within the Republican Party, all signs seem to point to Donald Trump staying as the GOP nominee in November. Show More Summary
Will the Republican Party be able to recover from nominating Trump as its 2016 presidential candidate? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer by Edward Conway, on Quora. Yes, it is possible for the Republican Party to recover from Trump. Show More Summary
A French MP is worried by how easily one can buy banned substances and other goods online. To draw public attention to the problem, Bernard Debré, a member of the Republicans Party of former President Nicolas Sarkozy, ordered drugs on the Internet. In an interview with Radio Sputnik he shared his concern about the rise of online drug trafficking.
With their talk of the devil at work in LGBT advances, both had proved an embarrassment to the Republican Party.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump on Wednesday lashed out at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s scathing criticism of his stance on trade, highlighting divisions within the Republican Party that threaten unity ahead of the Nov. 8 election. At a campaign rally in Maine on Wednesday, Trump called...
Nate Cohn: “For decades, Republicans argued for lower taxes, fewer regulations and a smaller welfare state. Democrats took up the opposite view, and voters split along familiar lines.” “Whatever you think of Donald Trump, it is clear that this election [...]
I dislike the fact that I can't let this go but in September of 2015 I said this in response to that title of a Mankiw column: "I don't really understand how one can say that the Republican Party is where efficient climate policy will happen." And still, while I...
Last night's opening Colbert monologue focussed on the Republican National Convention, where they are having a hard time getting speakers. He then pivoted to George Will's abandonment of the Republican Party -- and let all the other parties know that "He's available!" But more about this speaker thing. Show More Summary
Throughout the 2016 presidential cycle, Donald Trump has been that rare Republican willing to attack not only future (like the Obama-sponsored Trans-Pacific Partnership) but past (NAFTA) multilateral trade agreements. But by and large, this candidate who never really embraced systematic thinking mostly talked of trade policy as something that he ... More »
I AM INCREASINGLY CONFIDENCE THAT SOME OF YOU "DON'T GET IT" WITH REGARDS TO THE MANIPULATIONS / MOLESTATIONS THAT ARE TRANSACTED RIGHT BEFORE YOUR EYES. THE AMERICAN REPUBLICANS ARE ONLY TALKING ABOUT "BENGHAZI" BECAUSE IT IS LITTLE...Show More Summary
Three months ago, Donald Trump referred to Sen. Elizabeth Warren as “the Indian.” Three weeks ago, after Warren blasted him in a speech as a “nasty, thin-skinned fraud” and scorched the Republican Party in general, Trump tweeted a slur,...Show More Summary
Patty Sheehan, the openly lesbian city commissioner of Orlando, Florida, is blasting the Republican party for fomenting anti-LGBT hatred, hatred which fueled the mass shooting at the gay nightclub, Pulse, on June 12. Sheehan spoke with...Show More Summary
I can hardly believe I'm still writing about the Republican Party's asinine Benghazi fake controversy, but the Trey Gowdy witch hunt commission released its "final" report (somehow I doubt this is the final anything from the right on...Show More Summary
Conservative commentator George Will made news over the weekend with his announcement that he was leaving the Republican party over Donald Trump. The last straw, it seems, was Trump’s statement that a judge of Mexican descent could not be trusted to preside over the Trump University lawsuit impartially. Show More Summary
Let's have a think about that. We are hearing rumors of civil war in the Republican Party. It is said that many leaders within the GOP are seriously considering dumping Donald Trump as their presidential nominee. It seems appropriate...Show More Summary
In the mainstream media frame, Donald Trump and Paul Ryan represent opposite poles of the Republican Party. Trump is reckless and Ryan responsible, but that is a false dichotomy, says Lawrence Davidson. By Lawrence Davidson Some Americans have decided that…Read more ?
George Will has left the Republican Party in protest over Donald Trump. That's the wrong thing to do. Really, the only thing George Will has accomplished in leaving the Republican Party is to take the party one step closer to being the Trumpublican Party. Show More Summary