We are headed for a showdown between the Republican establishment and Donald Trump, and the only salve he can put on that wound will be to pick a running-mate who is acceptable to the people who will nominate him
In 2016, the polls are the “Yes Men” of the campaign. Just like relying on a parrot, relying on misleading polls can be a politician's downfall.
The strength of candidates like Trump and Sanders is an expression of voter disgust with Washington, Democrats and Republicans. It's time for a third party.
Do you know what's in your water and where it comes from? And do you trust your state and city governments to know, and to tell you what they know?
47 percent of voters will choose Hillary Clinton to be the next president of the United States. With Bill they will ignore Benghazi, her lies. The email security breaches.
The irony of gun control is the reality that gun control measures won’t work. The agony of gun control is that we feel helpless to fix the problem.
Only leaders with the wisdom and courage to acknowledge reality and the skills to lead the fight to wage a total war against radical Islam can prevent a new Dark Age.
Like Ben Carson, Brute Bradford was skewered by an inaccurate headline.
Like Friday the 13th's Jason, election day 2016 is coming, and you can't do anything to stop it. Here's how candidates are trying to channel that Jason vibe.
If they legislate our right to bear arms away from us, who will be knocking at the door to take our guns away
Emails servers, Texas border walls, overturning SCOTUS and repealing Obamacare - Just a series of true lies and misdemeanors all in the name of campaign promises
From the very beginning of the American Presidential election process, virtually all candidates have latched onto a slogan, an idea, that they believe will carry them to the White House.
The Midwestern private joke will carry a huge segment of middle America on election day, and it has little to do with their position on the issues.
Foot in Mouth Disease has begun to spread like any other political epidemic. But with every gaffe by Trump, he climbs up the polls as politically correct and safe candidates slip back.
America will be placed in the position of using our military might, the product of more than half of our tax dollars that go into the federal budget, to put up or shut up.
We are so fed up with what is happening in Washington that we are looking for a better way, and this time, we mean it.
We live in a world of 24/7 news where mass media is constantly babbling about their particular slant on life.
The media and politicians - the bloopers and non-answers that shouldn't, and should, affect our political discourse
Burning the flag is constitutionally protected free speech. So what do the courts say about water balloons?
“If you had to vote for president today,” I began, “Who would you vote for, and why?”