Hillary Clinton said Monday that Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, was the most dangerous presidential candidate in the history of the United States. -CNN
In a rare (these days) interview, Jeb Bush came out on MSNBC to say he's not going to vote for either Donald Trump or Madame Hillary…and it breaks his heart.
"Our continued participation in this circus performance we call politics feeds the illusion of its legitimacy."
2012 was a watershed year for me. It was the last time that I stood in front of a voting machine and cast a ballot.
"Nativism … xenophobia or worse" is behind the triumph of Brexit and the support for Donald Trump, railed President Barack Obama in Ottawa.
Ex-product manager says social media giant is run like a cult by "sociopaths in hoodies"
Trump or Clinton? It's the question that seems to be on a lot of minds -- not which candidate would be best as president, but which would be the least bad.
Citing serious irregularities in the counting of postal votes, Austria's constitutional court issued an unprecedented rule mandating a rerun of the presidential election in which Green party candidate Alexander Van der Bellen narrowly beat Freedom
Scotland and Northern Ireland voted to remain in the EU. But the English, along with the Welsh, voted strongly to break out.
This voting machine predicts who will really win any election and how the voting process really works.
After years of struggle against the EU, which we documented at The Daily Bell, anti-EU forces have finally removed Britain from the European Union.
Stripped of its excesses, Donald Trump's Wednesday speech contains all the ingredients of a campaign that can defeat Hillary Clinton this fall.
During the presidential election cycle, liberals display their gutlessness. Liberal organizations, such as MoveOn.org, become cloyingly subservient to the Democratic Party.
Imagine living in a country in which the two major parties had nominated a statist, war-mongering crook and a nasty authoritarian narcissist. Imagine being embarrassed that after more than two centuries of existence this apparently was the best your
Jay Syrmopoulos FOR DC Clothesline reports A major lawsuit is on the precipice of being filed by the Institute for American Democracy and Election Integrity, the implications of which could dramatically alter the landscape of the 2016 U.S. presidenti
What if we were as passionate about our own potential as we are about politics?
Governments will continue to act regardless of popular approval - and certainly regardless of any approval of mine
DURING PRIMARY SEASON, when they were still mainly just spectators to the 2016 presidential race, Dan Wagner and David Shor had a routine they liked to observe on election nights.