Scott Horton (Scott Horton Radio) on the GOP Debate and the desperation of the republican party; various foreign policy/civil liberty issues - Roger Ver (Bitcoin Enthusiast) talks about Bitcoin mining, the future of tech and living in Japan and St. K
While censoring mild criticism of feminism
Candidates clash over conservative principles and personal attacks at the #GOPDebate
Thursday, March 3, 2016: GOP Presidential candidate Donald Trump held a campaign rally in Portland, ME at The Westin Portland Harborview Hotel. Mr. Trump responded to attacks on him by Mitt Romney at a speech today in Utah.
Political journalists and pundits are in a tizzy over the possibility of a brokered GOP convention this summer. Instead of the scripted snooze-fests we're used to, we could see the kind of backroom deals and delegate-swapping that once characterized
Donald Trump took to the airwaves Thursday with a barrage of name-calling in response to news that the Republican Party's last presidential nominee, Mitt Romney, was trying to torpedo the billionaire real-estate developer's chances in this year?
NEW YORK -- Wall Street is getting ready to go nuclear on Donald Trump.
Prominent Republican hawks are debating whether to hold their noses and vote for Clinton instead.
Fresh off a Super Tuesday that reordered the Republican field of presidential hopefuls, the remaining four candidates will gather in Detroit Thursday at 9 p.m. ET for a debate that could prove to be the most consequential of the 2016 race
Dr. Phranq Tamburri (NMD and local activist) will be in studio for the full 3 hour show to give The Trump Report. Phranq has done over 30 interviews worth over 52+ hours (not including the BONUS section) on just giving 'The Trump Report'. This will b
In order to defeat Donald Trump, The Weekly Standard's Bill Kristol admits he is prepared to hand Hillary Clinton the Oval Office.
Trump sweeps the primaries
"Every great cause begins as a movement, becomes a business, and eventually degenerates into a racket." - Eric Hoffer
Ben Carson, the retired neurosurgeon who briefly led the Republican presidential race before his campaign began an extended public implosion, told his supporters in a statement Wednesday afternoon that he does not see a "path forward" and will no
Mitt Romney's giving a surprise speech about the 2016 presidential race on Thursday.
The first four Republican contests -- Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada -- produced record turnouts.
While he otherwise exhibits many of the traits of a stand-up comedian, laying into his rivals like an insult comic at a roast, Donald Trump's inability to tolerate heckling, or even silent protest, has made the spectacle of critics being forcibly r
The debate is scheduled to feature GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, Ohio Gov. John Kasich as well as Detroit native and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson.
Clinton wins Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas, Tennessee, and Virgina; Sanders wins Vermont (obvioulsy), and Trump wins Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, Massachusetts.
Introduction: The presidential elections of 2016 have several unique characteristics that defy common wisdom about political practices in 21st century America.
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton closed in on their party's presidential nominations by racking up big wins on Super Tuesday, though the rest of the field showed no signs of clearing the way for them just yet.
Donald Trump exploited a divided Republican Party to take seven states as part of a commanding Super Tuesday showing, even as Senator Ted Cruz of Texas managed to keep his campaign alive with victories in Oklahoma, Alaska and his home state.
Big night for billionaire pushes him toward nomination Cruz wins home state for first victory since Iowa caucuses
Angela Keaton (AntiWar.Com) on her article, Against Me: A Libertarian Feminist Diary - Karen Kwiatkowski (Retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel) comes on the show to re-cap Super Tuesday and to provide her perspective on what the outcomes mean
Why they hate Trump
Why they hate Trump
Tuesday, March 1, 2016: GOP Presidential candidate Donald J. Trump held a press conference at his Mar-A-Lago Club in Palm Beach, FL following the Super Tuesday Primaries and Caucuses.
Republicans continued to shatter turnout records in their presidential primaries and caucuses Tuesday, while Democrats lagged behind in what analysts said was a clear indication of an enthusiasm gap heading into the general election.
No matter who you vote for, the authoritarians win. The people who want to run the economy, want to run the world, and want to run your life. What is the pro-liberty solution? Should we vote?