Jake Tapper asks Mary Katharine Ham on CNN about Donald Trump’s opinion of her as a debate moderator.
At last night’s Republican debate in Texas, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz finally took on Donald Trump–when moderators didn’t swoop in to rescue him.
If the news media won’t ask Donald Trump serious questions, his fellow presidential candidates should.
Republican candidates who want women to register for the military draft need to get a head check.
Twitter called last night’s event the best GOP debate yet.
Rand Paul has been struggling to deliver his message on the debate stage, but last night America got a chance to see why he’s one of the best candidates.
The questioned question the questioners, and so does the audience.
Men and women are different. It’s not identity politics for Carly Fiorina to note that fact.
A frustrating fact of political life is that female Republican candidates do little to convince critics that the GOP is for women. Carly Fiorina isn’t helping.
In Wednesday’s debate, the candidates began both uniting around tax and immigration policies and opening fissures between them that will influence the final primary vote.
Donald Trump and the other GOP presidential contenders must clearly explain tonight why President Obama’s Iran agreement damages American interests.
It’s exasperating, but Donald Trump is the current GOP frontrunner. Here’s how his opponents should send him packing in tonight’s debate.
Mary Katherine Ham guest hosts for Ben on today’s episode of the Federalist Radio Hour.
The media and GOP establishment are fretting over all the candidates seeking to participate in the GOP presidential debates. Here’s how to get them all in.
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