Trump is a deal-maker who knows that half a loaf is better than none, and that if you want to get, you have to give. Is Congress ready for another LBJ?
Obama called ISIS the JV, but that better describes his own foreign policy team; if the press wants to read more about Hillary, they should read the IG report.
Cruz, Rubio and Kasich hoped for a second round or a brokered convention; Trump has dashed those hopes. What now for the anti-Trump wing of the GOP?
The same people telling Trump to tone it down dismissed him as a loser months ago. All they know is losing, but Trump is a winner, and that scares them silly.
Unless Bill re-triangulates himself to the left—and he can pivot with the best of them—Hillary can appeal to nostalgia by embracing him, but not to young voters.
Democrats now claim to support people they once oppressed, but they use the same tools: a state raised above individuals and humanity; naked, inhumane power.
A political party's relevance depends on its leaders' ability to deliver their promises; the GOP has ignored its voters, and its leaders have been sidelined.
Trump came on the political scene like gangbusters; he didn't ask for attention, he seized it, and he gets $2 billion in free press and the nomination for his efforts.
Every president brings their own style to the White House. There are a lot of good reasons not to vote for Trump, but they have nothing to do with his style
The left has been telling Americans to "shut up" for years, but not only won't Trump "shut up," he'll roar his contempt. The GOP should think about that before shushing him.
Too liberal for its conservatives and too insider for the iconoclasts, the GOP old guard will be absent or diminished at the RNC. What will the new GOP look like?
Cruz's choice of Carly Fiorina didn't energize support; it was just a sign that his ship was going down, and voters abandoned him for outsider Donald Trump.
The Washington elite, political-party establishments and big-media can't pigeonhole and don't understand Trump; that's because they don't understand America.
America isn't a joke; it's not a punchline for ironic humorists eager to move on to Denmark; it springs from greatness, and will foster greatness again.
The presidency seems like a slam dunk for the Democrats and is theirs to lose. However that is what we said in 1980—when Reagan won.
Democrats, Republicans, Wall Street and Big Media have a good scam going, and they don't need outsider candidates to screw it up for them.
Trump needs 58 percent of the delegates still up for grabs; the GOP's winner-take-all primaries make that not just hard, but improbable.
The only hope Kasich has to win the nomination is to be backed by the GOP elites in a brokered convention, but they don't seem to see him.
Trump is energizing Republican voters like McCain and Romney never could, and bringing in Democrats while he's at it. Now is not the time for panic.
If the establishment can't control Donald Trump, it will have to destroy him regardless of what the silent majority wants.