Her campaign was over-hyped by the media, her record as a prosecutor was unattractive to Democratic primary voters, and Tulsi Gabbard exposed her hypocrisy.
Sanders says confiscating existing AR-15s from their owners would be unconstitutional, but that prohibiting people from becoming AR-15 owners wouldn’t be.
Democrat presidential candidates, like most Americans, seem to be unaware that the bulk of wildlife conservation funding in this country comes from a healthy firearms industry.
A rare and special joy is watching a left-winger get red-pilled in real-time, in public, right before all our eyes. This seems to be the case with Marianne Williamson.
A new poll from the Pew Research Center shows how open the state of the Democratic primary remains with five months to the first ballots cast.
All were born in the same decade: the 1940s. To put their ages into perspective, here are some facts about the years Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, and Elizabeth Warren were born.
It would be ridiculous to allow the 2020 field to obfuscate on an issue that divides Democrats and remains President Trump’s signature position.
Hyperbole about routine procedures for illegal immigrants who have already received deportation orders goes beyond amnesty pleas.
So long as the U.S. attorney’s office remains silent, the public has no way of knowing whether presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg or the former police chief’s attorney is speaking the truth.
“I think the right to vote is inherent to our democracy,” Sanders said. “Yes, even for terrible people.”
The ever-growing list of Democratic candidates seeking their party’s nomination matches the list of those choosing to eschew the AIPAC Policy Conference.
A 2020 presidential run by this foreign policy realist and socially-not-too-liberal combat veteran would definitely shake things up.
Historically, young Democratic candidates have done well on the national stage. Why wouldn’t Democrats pay attention to this when fielding a 2020 candidate?
Media members use group-shaming tactics to either cow ideological defectors into submission, or expel them from their ranks.
This novel practice violates the spirit of the separation of powers doctrine of the U.S. Constitution.
A long-shot and unlikely effort could see a different candidate take the stage next week at the Republican National Convention. Here’s how.
Kendal Unruh and her co-conspirators need to be able to show delegates an acceptable alternative to Trump exists.
The most surprising and topsy-turvy election in modern memory has a long way to go, and at least one more surprise is in waiting. It’s a third-party presidential candidate.
As one whose own life was saved from forced abortion in communist China, I am exploring my options for whom to support this presidential cycle.
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