‘Well, I dunno.’ ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
There is a kind of willful obliviousness to character that is unseemly no matter which side of the political spectrum embraces it. It’s prominent in both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump’s campaigns.
After Monday night’s Iowa caucus, let’s look at where each of the candidates now stand.
Iowa votes for Ted Cruz by a lot and Hillary Clinton by a little.
Despite polls showing Trump would win, Cruz handily beat him. But the Democratic race had surprises as well. Here are the highlights from the Iowa caucuses.
At least 22 of Hillary Clinton’s emails that she sent from a private, unsecured email server contained information that put numerous lives at risk.
The Federalist staff predict what will happen to Republican frontrunner Donald Trump and explain the rise of Bernie Sanders.
Hillary Clinton’s email woes just got a whole lot worse Friday after the State Department announced that it considers 22 of her emails to be ‘top secret.’
There are a number of potential scenarios that may unfold if Donald Trump wins the GOP nomination. Every one of them is a disaster for conservatives.
Planned Parenthood is let off, while David Daleiden is indicted. This says less about our legal system than about the culture that created it.
Republicans do not have a monopoly on constitutional purity, but they don’t have a monopoly on podium-thumping, fire breathers either.
If the latest allegations are true, Hillary Clinton and her minions committed several felonies. And they knew this when they did it.
Young women are finding that Hillary Clinton’s credibility on women’s issues is just about zero.
An email from Hillary Clinton’s unsecured, private email account she used as secretary of State contained intelligence gathered by human spies.
Clinton spokesman Brian Fallon must’ve been reliving his past when he accused Republicans of conspiring over Clinton’s emails to hurt her campaign.
The millennial love affair with a 74-year-old crank is real. And it just might be Hillary Clinton’s downfall.
This is an era of anger and populism. It was in 2008 — when the recession shook free the anger and frustrations of many nervous voters — and it still is today.
Flint’s water crisis is not simply about some evil, racist Republican who didn’t care about poisoning children.
Presidential primaries are, without a doubt, the most annoying part of the political process.
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