The Trump and Clinton campaigns can get in the gutter of political blood sport, but we shouldn't join them; when it's over, we'll have to unify as Americans.
They knew exactly who Trump was when they endorsed him, yet after hearing some old audio, GOP leaders are running for the exits. They're not standing on principle; they never were.
Democrats love rights in theory but fear them in practice. Their talking points are a form of transference; Republicans reflect Democrats' own dark nature.
The right stuff can come from any candidate with a will to endure the media bias and take charge of what they believe in--not just Democrats.
Hillary's message is social justice; Trump's is growth and security. Voters want jobs more than gender-free bathrooms, security more than free contraception.
Error is not a failure of character or intellect; the refusal to admit the possibility of error is a failure of both.
If you have nothing to hide you have nothing to fear. If Julian Assange is correct, Hillary Clinton and the DNC have a lot to fear.
The keywords in Donald Trump's GOP convention speech were law, order and security; is that an appeal to our fears, or a clear-eyed view of reality?
Ted Cruz delivered a mostly well-received speech to the GOP Convention last night. The end went badly, but aside from that, Mrs. Lincoln, the play was splendid.
Politics have been sham and pretense for far too long. And many in fly-over country would like it to stop.
Clinton will tell any lie she has to to get ahead, and Trump will just lie because he's Trump. America deserves better. America deserves to be crunk.
Voting our fears is like fighting the darkness; voting our hopes is like lighting candles. Voting our fears is no way to build a future of hope and of light.
Trump is a loose cannon; Republicans may wish to distance themselves, but it's time to think less about political careers and more about the country they serve.
Trump says he wants a running mate who can work with Congress and get things done, but as a junior senator with little experience, is Ernst up to the task?
WASHINGTON, June 20, 2016 — This year’s election is primed to have a major impact on the lives of U.S. citizens as well as the nation’s future. To say that the ideological balance of the Supreme Court is currently at stake is an understatement; if the next president serves two terms, the court will look nothing like it ...
Bernie Sanders will fight Hillary all the way to the Democratic convention; Republicans may attempt a coup against Trump at theirs.
Americans are trapped in a prison built by the Republicans and Democrats, grabbing their ankles for one gang leader so that he'll protect them from another.
Honest Abe or Crooked Hillary? "I cannot tell a lie" or "she's just ugly; you're a liar"? We've gone a long way in the last two centuries, but not in a good direction.
Doubling minimum wage is a job killer; making it harder for businesses to raise capital is a job killer; retreating behind our borders is a job killer. And Hillary?
If Trump's message were anti-immigrant, the mob in San Jose would have been Exhibit A; anti-American, anti-democratic, left-wing thuggery was on full display.