Beck and Erickson can go to their rooms to play their hit song ‘Alone in My Principles’ and leave the media criticism fray to those of us who believe it is important and valuable, and have the spine to do it.
Is the presumptive nominee of the Republican Party casually lying about complimentary phone calls to make his fellow Republicans look bad or is he getting prank calls?
In order to win, Trump will need to stoke the fires of anger against Hillary in ways that keep the nasty energy going in favor of his candidacy.
The Republican Party wants what it wants, and it wants Donald Trump.
The irony of Trump’s speech is that his prescriptions for the future would be more encouraging if he weren’t making the same mistake Obama has.
The news that Ted Cruz and John Kasich have formally agreed to join forces is an indication that they all see the same numbers we do.
Today is Tax Day, when all of us collectively send our necessary tithe to the church of the almighty bureaucracy, peace be upon them.
Donald Trump and his team appear uninterested in doing the work everyone has been reporting for weeks that they need to do in order to win.
Donald Trump’s “unity” meeting yesterday at the Republican National Committee contained some incredible breaking news, though it’s odd they chose to reveal it on Jimmy Kimmel. Read Full Article >
It was conceivable to see a realistic path for Trump not just to the Republican nomination but to the White House, but that situation is no longer operative.
When your most loyal media supporter is saying you’re mental, it should send a message to any normal campaign that you ought to reconsider your course.
Sometimes it takes the perspective of an innocent to perceive what the adults refuse to see.
The #NeverTrump folks should be focused on making a difference in the outcome, not just providing a better vehicle for throwing your vote away.
Marco Rubio ran for the presidency promising a path to a new American century. It turns out Republican voters just wanted to return to the last one.
Donald Trump has succeeded because Republicans realized too late that they were locked in a Civil War over the future of their party.
Can you really blame a news media that has become all about entertainment for their Trump sycophancy, considering that in the end, it’s just good TV?
The 2016 cycle has seen an utter collapse of the established order of things.
On paper, Marco Rubio looks like the perfect Republican to put up against Clinton. And yet, it is Cruz who walks away from the weekend with more delegates.
The Trump phenomenon is neither a disease nor a symptom – he is instead the beta-test of a cure that the American people are trying out.
Losers whine about lane clearing. Winners beat Trump.
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