The "Saturday Night Live" recap of the latest Republican presidential debate reflected fairly accurately the state of the GOP primary.
Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky lashed out Sunday at the leaders of the Republican presidential field, hammering Donald Trump as unelectable and inconsistent, charging that Ted Cruz "wants to have it both ways" on a number of issues and calling for Marco
On Saturday at the Democratic presidential debates, Hillary Clinton said that videos of Donald Trump's anti-Muslim comments are being used for recruit by organizations like ISIS.
Watching the Republican debates has become a surreal experience, particularly when it comes to foreign policy.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) on Sunday said he voted against the $1.1 trillion government spending bill that passed Congress last week because nobody had a chance to read the behemoth legislation.
Jeb Bush didn't even wait for the question to be asked in full.
"If you're in favor of World War III, you have your candidate."
The demagogic exaggeration of the "terrorist threat," which was the centerpiece of the last Republican debates, is easily deflated with just a moment's thought.
Infowars analyze last night's GOP debate and how rand paul came out strong with his, the bill of rights matters speech. Help us spread the word about the liberty movement, we're reaching millions help us reach millions more.
It is a myth that Washington is wracked with political bickering. When it comes to growing government and piling up debt, the Beltway elites are in full agreement no matter their political label. The Ryan budget "compromise" up for a vote today and t
History is funny and perhaps Hillary Clinton will win the presidency because at a Republican special committee on the Benghazi State Department tragedy she testified for 11 hours.
Fox News host Bill O'Reilly confronted Donald Trump yet again during an interview that aired Wednesday night.
While candidates such as Marco Rubio blamed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for the rise of ISIS, Rand Paul threatened the consequences of regime change in Syria and how it could lead to ISIS gaining more power.
Russian president speaks warmly of US presidential hopeful at press conference in Moscow, following Trump's praise for him
Fed raises rates for first time in 9 years ...
Karen Kwiatkowski (Retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel) comes on the show with Dr. Phranq Tamburri (NMD and local activist) to discuss the Trump Report
Chris Christie calls for shooting down Russian planes
Ted Cruz says the Middle East was better off under Mummaar Gaddaffi and Saddam Hussein. Can that possibly be true? Not only is it true but the numbers behind it will stun you! Reality Check!
The Plot Against America: Donald Trump's Rhetoric ... You can't effectively say that Donald Trump is vulgar, sensational, and buffoonish when it's exactly vulgar sensationalism and buffoonery that his audience is buying ...
A routine municipal ceremony has become seeped in controversy after a Brooklyn Civil Court judge was sworn in using a Koran.
Rubio humbled, and Rand Paul makes a comeback
Editor's Comment: Whether or not you agree with Donald Trump's position on restricting Muslim immigration to the United States, it is clear that Hillary Clinton, as Secretary of State, has done far more damage to the lives of Syrians, Libyans, Eg
Republican presidential candidates sought to cement -- or improve -- their standings in a debate Tuesday night that comes less than two months before the first votes of the election season are cast.
Will we make it through another election?
It is going to be much more difficult for Donald Trump to win the Republican nomination than most people think.
Last week liberals took their war on leading Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to a new level-beyond calls to assassinate Trump-with a call to shoot his supporters!
Right now, nine candidates would make cut for the Republican National Committee sanctioned debate at The Venetian in Las Vegas: Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Ohio Gov. John Kasi
Faithful readers of this post know that I have previously provided objective commentary--complete with pluses and minuses--on most of the Republican presidential candidates.