NEW YORK--I can prove to a mathematical certainty that The New York Times will endorse Donald Trump for president.
For many Americans, the path to casting a vote is way rockier than it should be. Between (racist) new voter ID laws and government websites that haven't been updated since the late Cretaceous, it hard to know how to register, where and when to vote
You've had it with this election cycle. The name-calling. The baby-banishing. The multitudinous email scandals.
For many Americans, the path to casting a vote is way rockier than it should be.
This first one scares me a little. Why? What if Trump wins and 'they' take him out of the picture. ?? NAFTA, CAFTA, Free Trade Oh My! Not to mention his Pro stance on keeping the Patriot Act and Homeland Security-wire tapping expansion. Hmmmmmmmmmmm
For all the hand-wringing about the threat to liberty and constitutional government posed by the major party presidential candidates, there is little discussion of how this threat is due to the political class's long history of supporting expanded
During this especially contested election, a lot of people are talking about people "wasting" or "throwing away" votes.
Apparently, our friend P.J. O'Rourke is back, to the extent that he ever left, and last night I heard that he dislikes Donald Trump so intensely--P.J. called him a "flying monkey"--that he's going to vote for the Deathcamp Dolly, instead.
Donald Trump's campaign announced Wednesday that it raised $80 million in July for his presidential bid and the Republican Party, a major uptick that still puts him behind Hillary Clinton's fundraising clip.
Surveys of American voters released this week show Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump trailing his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, by a fairly wide margin following last month's Democratic National Convention.
One national poll found Trump down 15 points among registered voters, a bigger gap than Romney trailed by in any 2012 poll recorded by RealClearPolitics