From Michigan to Louisiana to California on Friday, rank-and-file Republicans expressed mystification, dismissal and contempt over the instructions that their party's most high-profile leaders were urgently handing down to them: Reject and defeat D
In order to defeat Donald Trump, The Weekly Standard's Bill Kristol admits he is prepared to hand Hillary Clinton the Oval Office.
Rubio is so oblivious to the failures of the policies he champions that his campaign website actually invites visitors to "join Marco's fight for A New American Century," echoing the name of the infamous neocon group whose members were so instr
After stating he is "not running for president" , lo and behold, what do we find? That, in fact, he has filed papers to run for president with Paul Ryan as VP.
Donald Trump "appeals to racism."
He's no ordinary con man. He's way above average -- and the American political system is his easiest mark ever
An establishment in panic
Donald Trump returned to the Fox News Channel stage on Thursday night, appearing at the Republican Party's 11th (that's right, 11th) debate of this presidential campaign.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Jim Webb won't be voting for Hillary Clinton, but he hasn't ruled out casting his ballot for Donald Trump.
Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) dodged a series of questions Thursday morning about Mitt Romney's expected attack on Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump, saying, however, that "everything is fair game" until a nominee is chosen.
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Texas senator losing cash fast and underperforming in delegate count
Once again the Republican Party stacked the debate audience against front-runner Donald Trump.
"If you were to devise a plan to stop a runaway nominee," Republican superlawyer Ben Ginsberg said on MSNBC Tuesday night, "you would have to do a lot of state-by-state organizing, win the delegates at the convention."
On the first day in office Trump promises "to immediately deliver a full repeal of Obamacare."
Following the unprecedented Romney roundhouse kick to Trump's character, The Donald is about to rebuff "the loser."
America will need the Almighty's unstinting favor if Donald Trump becomes our 45th President. Still, blessed be The Donald for running a demolition derby in the Republican primaries.
GOP Caucus members believe the door has closed on the possibility of another candidate winning a majority of delegates.
Republican elders drew up a blueprint for a kinder, more inclusive Republican party. Trump is tearing it apart.
The Hill reports: Media mogul Rupert Murdoch argued Wednesday that Republicans would be "mad" not to rally around Donald Trump should the businessman become the GOP presidential nominee.
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The Justice Department granted immunity to the former State Department staffer who set up Hillary Clinton's private email server at her home. Here's what the FBI is looking to investigate and what it means for the Democratic presidential front-runner
The neocons are renowned for their courage on the battlefield. There is no keyboard they are afraid to finger. No pen they won't commandeer.
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?