The comparison of Trump and Trump supporters to Hitler and Nazis serves exactly the same purpose as Godwin’s Law — to suppress speech and thought.
‘I will not participate in any organization that elevates people like this to positions that amplify their sick voices.’
If people choose to protest with as light a provocation as someone such as Mike Huckabee provides, then life will become miserably dominated by political ideology.
Let’s set aside the fiction that the Left is only freaked about Trump. They are more freaked out that conventional conservatives will have their way.
‘I hate to be the one to tell you this, but Captain Quint got eaten by the shark at the end of that movie.’
Donald Trump thinks religion is about temporal power. Apparently, leading evangelicals agree with him.
There is a limit to the amount of jackassery that I can endorse. So I will gladly take Mike Huckabee’s advice to leave the GOP.
Heading into the the next Republican debate, if historical patterns hold neither Trump nor Carson will be the nominee.
During the Republican Presidential debate Wednesday night, moderator John Harwood couldn’t handle doing his job.
In an interview on Fox Business on Thursday, Ohio Gov. John Kasich said he thought the moderators of last night’s Republican presidential debate did “fine.”
The CNBC debate moderators were even worse than we thought they would be.
During every election season, populists in both parties offer some variation of the same cliché about American manufacturing: “We don’t make anything anymore.” It’s not true.
A lot has changed since the first Republican debate, so here’s a preview of what to look for tonight.
The question of whether Kim Davis violated the rule of law by refusing to issue marriage licenses depends on which law you cite.
Once things got rolling, oh, how they rolled.
It’s best to look at the Republican debate as a reality TV competition show.
A Hillary-Fiorina race would be historic. But the most daunting political challenge Fiorina will face is answering for her own accomplishments.
The media are more outraged by the off-hand remarks of a D-list GOP POTUS candidate than they are about Iran being on the threshold of nuclear weapons.
The New Yorker magazine this week tries to airbrush away the diversity of the GOP field. Next time they should try to be a tad more subtle about it.
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