How populist and anti-establishment do Republican candidates have to be to win a contested primary in the Trump era? We’re about to find out.
Nearly every Republican primary and caucus in 2016 has resulted in more people voting against the winner than for him. There’s a better way.
John Kasich’s presence in the Republican presidential race only serves to keep Donald Trump ahead.
Either Donald Trump has a horrible memory or he’s a pathological liar. Either way, it’s pretty clear you can’t trust at thing he says. So what else is he lying about?
Here’s what the Iowa caucus-goers are like who reportedly will hand Donald Trump a win on February 1.
Conservatives and evangelicals who proclaim they categorically cannot support Ted Cruz for president are making a mistake.
Ted Cruz doesn’t get how to be a Christian in the public square.
Voters like Donald Trump not so much because they hate Mexicans and Muslims, but because they hate progressive bigotry.
After the Wall Street Journal reported it could find no evidence to confirm Ben Carson’s account of his college years, he produced some.
If the GOP presidential candidates were superheroes, here’s which they would be. Consider the flame war started.
To start with, Acela Republicans hate Republicans.
Treating voters as if they are ‘an enlightened and rational people’ might just produce a Republican presidential candidate worthy of the name.
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