The dust-up between New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul over presidential fidelity to the Constitution – particularly the Fourth Amendment – was the most illuminating two minutes of the Republican debate last week.
Jeb should explain his association with violent cartels
The dust-up between New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul over presidential fidelity to the Constitution -- particularly the Fourth Amendment -- was the most illuminating two minutes of the Republican debate last week.
Dr. Phranq Tamburri NMD and local republican activist comes in studio to provide the weekly Trump Report and to discuss various libertarian issues...
Ted Cruz, Jeb Bush and Rick Perry among candidates poised to see biggest benefits from handful of wealthy individuals and corporations
With less than 1% support, former Virginia governor Jim Gilmore is the only one of 17 Republican presidential hopefuls sidelined from September debates
If his Republican opponents will not take down Donald Trump, Fox News will not only show them how it is done. Fox News will do the job for them.
Former first lady Nancy Reagan has invited 16 candidates so far to participate in the next 2016 GOP presidential debate, to be held at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in California on Sept. 16.
Bernie Sanders is an Independent U.S. Senator from Vermont who caucuses with the Democrats. He is a self-proclaimed socialist. He is a Democratic candidate for president. He is many things, but a Republican he is not.
The former Arkansas governor is open to sending the National Guard to stop women from getting abortions. No, really--that's his plan.
The attacks of 2001 are no longer the potent GOP rallying point they once were.
Last week's GOP presidential "debate" was more interesting than expected. While Donald Trump certainly enlivened the event, the night's most substantive discussion was the Chris Christie – Rand Paul exchange on warrantless National Security Agency
The returned soldier's legal proceedings are beset by the red meat rhetoric of GOP primary season.
Melodramatic GOP feud another episode of a tedious soap opera
Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul lashed out at Donald Trump during a campaign event Saturday in South Carolina, arguing conservatives can't trust the New York businessman because he has "been on both sides of every issue."
After a year of bombing, US Intelligence tells us that very little if any progress has been made to defeat ISIS. GOP Presidential Candidate Donald Trump has a plan...would it work?
Suffice it to say there are at least two women who support Donald Trump for president.
Despite rumors, spin, Koch Brothers' spending, and FOX News' efforts, "Teflon" Donald Trump remains the clear leader in the first post-debate poll.
Thursday's GOP debate was more like a reality TV program than a serious look at the issues. So much posturing. But when candidates did make their points is when it got really alarming.
Last night's GOP debate was always predicted to be 'the Donald Trump show' – but the fact that Rand Paul got less than half the speaking time of the billionaire frontrunner again illustrates how easy it is to freeze out certain candidates.
Sent to sabotage the GOP from within?
Everyone was trying to get a few more words in during last night's Republican debate, and that included the Democrats, who were chiming in on Twitter -- apparently to some success.
The leading Republican candidates took the stage Thursday night at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland in hopes of swaying voters in the presidential primaries.
The former tech exec steals the show at the undercard. So what?
Time analysis compiled by a university political researcher finds frontrunner Donald Trump dominated last night's Republican presidential debate, that is, if you don't count the moderators.
Sent to sabotage the GOP from within?
There's no shortage of money circulating in the 2016 presidential race. NBC News' First Read, taking note of the official second-quarter fundraising reports filed with the Federal Election Commission, reports $385 million has already been donated
Candidates: Perry, Santorum, Jindal, Fiorina, Graham, Pataki, Gilmore
The first Republican debate of the 2016 election cycle is officially in the history books. The event, which took place Thursday evening from Cleveland, Ohio, featured the top ten Republican candidates in an average of five national polls.
Gary Johnson, former governor of New Mexico and potential 2016 Libertarian presidential candidate, discussed the current lawsuit challenging the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) in an exclusive interview for IVN.