If the Republican Party wants to stop Donald Trump, they have about three weeks to do it.
Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump both won big in this week’s New Hampshire primary, but the cards are still stacked against them.
He might have only come in third in Iowa, but Marco Rubio’s chances at being the Republican nominee are better than ever.
Iowa matters in ways far beyond who wins on caucus night.
Sarah Palin’s recent endorsement of Donald Trump will help him continue to dominate the news cycle, but it’s not clear it will move him any closer to winning the Republican nomination.
Even if Donald Trump drops out tomorrow he’ll probably still have a lasting negative impact on our politics.
Here’s how the political media can do better in 2016.
Forget the blow up between Bernie Sanders and the DNC, his answers during the debate show why he won’t be the nominee.
Sure Donald Trump is still up in the polls, but he probably won’t stay there forever.
There are many negative terms to describe Donald Trump, American’s favorite political insult isn’t really necessary.
The recent terrorist attacks in Paris may be shocking and horrible, but they are unlikely to change what happens in next year’s presidential election.
If the Republicans take the White House in November we’ll see big tax cuts and big deficits.
Feel free to ignore all those the early polls, Marco Rubio is pulling ahead where it really matters.
A number of Republican candidates for the presidency seem more interested in becoming rich than becoming president. Here’s a question you rarely hear asked: how interested is Dr. Ben Carson, who is currently leading polling in Iowa, in actually interested in becoming president? On one level he seems to be, after all he has announced…
Tuesday’s debate shows that despite all the media claims to the contrary Hillary Clinton is still easily winning the contest for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Individual gaffes rarely matter in the long run, but nobody running for president want’s the reputation of being a blunderer.