No rule binds GOP delegates to vote for whatever pliant stooge Donald Trump anoints to be his running mate.
Stephen Moore and Larry Kudlow argue Donald Trump has taken the mantle of Herbert Hoover. On the contrary—he’s a class apart.
John F. Kennedy’s primary debate with Lyndon Johnson eerily echoed 2015: an older, more established leader chafing at the newfound popularity of a handsome, ambitious senator.
Although the 2016 election is only just beginning, Hillary Clinton already looks to emulate the Roosevelts in her plans for the White House.
For decades, it was tough sledding for Calvin Coolidge’s reputation. But, suddenly that has changed—and wildly so.
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