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Heck Will Run for Senate in Nevada

Rep. Joe Heck (R-NV) “became the leading GOP candidate in the 2016 race to succeed retiring Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV), the Las Vegas Review Journal reports. “And while Reid won’t be on the ballot, Heck’s official announcement made it clear [...]

Marco Rubio Hammers NY Times for Claiming He's Cuba's 'Least Favorite Son'

On Monday, soon after the New York Times slammed Florida senator Marco Rubio as Cuba's “least favorite son,” the 2016 GOP presidential candidate fired back, accusing reporter Jason Horowitz of using the “Castro regime's propaganda” in his article, which was entitled “Marco Rubio Is Hardly a Hero in Cuba. Show More Summary

WATCH: Chris Christie Criticizes Rand Paul’s Opposition to PATRIOT Act

The GOP presidential candidate from New Jersey said Rand Paul actions made America “weaker.”

Donald Trump Issues New Statement On Mexican Immigrants

As businesses continue to cut ties to GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump – including NBC, Univision and ESPN –  the former Celebrity Apprentice star this afternoon issued another statement, developing his controversial theme about...Show More Summary

A Meeting of the Minds: Ted Cruz and Glenn Beck Agree America Is Facing Imminent Destruction

YouTube Here we go again with the right wing's favorite theme: the imminent destruction of America. This time it's GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz and raving freakazoid Glenn Beck having a nice friendly little chat about doom and downfall due to the unimaginable horrors of marriage equality and the bloodthirsty liberal...

No Thanks, America Ferrera -- A Chicana Response to 'Thank you, Donald Trump!'

Last week, amid the corporate fallout from GOP Presidential Candidate Donald Trump's racist remarks about Mexicans, actor America Ferrera penned a widely-shared thank-you letter to Donald Trump. Ferrera's tongue-in-cheek thank you to the bombastic real estate mogul is problematic for a variety of reasons. Show More Summary

The Odd Coupling Of Ted Cruz And Donald Trump

[guest post by Dana] In the past week, any number of GOP candidates have been vocal in their condemnation of Donald Trump’s “racist” comments about illegal aliens: When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending the best,” he said during the announcement. “They’re not sending you, they’re sending people that have lots of problems and […]

Cruz Control?

(Steven Hayward) Of the entire GOP presidential field, I think the candidate with the best or most substantive grasp of the constitutional defects of the administrative state—the term for our unaccountable “fourth branch” of government that increasingly governs us without our consent—is Ted Cruz. Show More Summary

Donald Trump Loses As ESPN Moves ESPY Celebrity Golf Classic

More fallout for GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump over his comments about immigrants from Mexico. This afternoon, ESPN announced it was moving its upcoming ESPY Celebrity Golf Classic from Trump National Golf Club to Pelican Hill...Show More Summary

Is Trump Tapping Into PC Backlash?

GOP Presidential candidate Donald Trump is dominating the headlines this week in a way most people typically do not want to be seen. Three major sources of income for the multi-billionaire -- Macy's, NBC, and Univision -- are parting ways with him over his controversial remarks about illegal immigrants from Mexico. Show More Summary

Nonprofit Backing Marco Rubio Raised $15.8 Million Since January 2014

A nonprofit group launched by allies of Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio has raised $15.8 million to back the Florida senator’s bid for the GOP nomination, the group said Monday.

WATCH: Rick Santorum Thinks 'People Aren't Getting Married'

The antigay GOP presidential candidate babbled his way through an interview question Sunday when challenged about whether same-sex couples can raise happy, healthy kids. read more

Silly Comments for a Silly Presidential Election Season

Fair Warning: As we enter the 2016 presidential election silly season, what was once the GOP presidential candidates “Clown Car” has now grown into an oversized, overladen, over ripe “Clown Bus” packed with characters trying to attract the voters’ attention by competing to see who can offend the most people the most with their dog [...]Show More Summary

Trump Doesn’t Exist in a Vacuum

Donald Trump is currently on a roll with the media, getting his name and politics out there like no other candidate has been able to. His numbers are rising and his exposure is huge. GOP higher ups are worried that he'll hurt the GOP brand and that he may spoil the 2016 cycle for them. Show More Summary

Scarborough Explodes on GOP Candidates in Patriotic Rant: Stop ‘Whining’ About America!

7 hours agoNews : Mediaite

MSNBC's Joe Scarborough insists he isn't running for office, but in a post-July 4th rant Monday morning he tore into the GOP field for failing to express enough optimism about the future of America.

There’s good news for well-off homeowners in the GOP presidential campaign

Republicans presidential candidates are pushing a simpler, cheaper tax system. "We should make it so that for the majority of Americans, it should take 15 minutes to do your taxes — not days, weeks, or months," New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has said. One of his competitors, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.), has called for a tax code "that would allow every American […]

Where The GOP Party Lands On Donald Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Comments

As Republican presidential candidates are courting the Latino vote in 2016, they've been forced to respond to Trump. The post Where The GOP Party Lands On Donald Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Comments appeared first on ThinkProgress.

THE TRUMP 5: Meet the fabulous offspring of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump

Two divorces and three marriages seems par for the course if you're Donald Trump, a man who freely admits that he's married to his business.  Settled down (maritally speaking) for now, Trump has two sons, Donald Jr. and Eric, and a daughter,...Show More Summary

GOP Still Drinking Its Kool Aid On Black Voters

You can count on it like clockwork in the run-up to a presidential election. A GOP presidential candidate will make a much-publicized declaration that the GOP will shift gears and go all out to court black voters. The candidate will trot out the same shop worn arguments. Show More Summary

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