Black poverty is up, incomes are down, immigration is a mess, and the priority of Republicans in Congress is to stay in Congress. You should be mad, too.
Ted Cruz gave the winning performance in Thursday's GOP debate, and the media called it for Donald Trump. But the media don't decide elections; voters do.
Dr. Carson has been expressing his love for the ideals and values of the Founding Fathers for years, and he understands: “we are not each other’s enemies.”
The RJC forum gave every Republican candidate a chance to shine, 25 minutes to lay out policy and explain why they should be president. Most of them delivered.
Bill Clinton is a serial-cheating sexual predator, and Hillary stood by him against his female accusers. How will that play with women on the campaign trail?
Hillary promises to cure Alzheimer's and reform immigration when she's president; protecting the U.S. and creating jobs aren't on her White House to-do list.
You think Donald Trump can't win? He can, and if Hillary is his opponent, maybe—just maybe—he should.
Hillary stood by her lying, cheating, always ithyphallic man and made it into a career. Now Dems are mad that Trump says Obama 'schlonged' her? Oh, please.
John Kasich offered the very qualities that have him praised by some and criticized vociferously by others.
Whether one agrees or disagrees with Rand Paul’s approach to foreign policy, it is important to judge him on his record.
Chris Christie has had a bump in the polls, and his national security credibility is part of the reason. At the Council on Foreign Relations, he showed why.
Hillary says, 'Every survivor of sexual assault deserves to be heard, believed and supported'; does that include 'bitches' like Paula Jones and Kathleen Willey?
Next year's elections don't balance on transgender rights, climate change, Black Lives Matter, or gun control. It's immigration, and only immigration, stupid.
Carson has some odd ideas, but so do we all, whether we believe that Jesus rose from the dead, God loves us, or doubling minimum wage will make us all rich.
If you lie enough — about gluten, Ben Carson, Hillary, GMOs — or present junk information, eventually no one will believe the truth. That's bad for us all.
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.
Ben Carson is well-educated, intelligent, an author, and, in the eyes of the left and the media, unqualified for high office: No black conservatives need apply.
The House Benghazi hearings were a partisan wasted effort; they ignored Clinton's real failures in Libya and the Obama Administration's disastrous policy there.
Drew Magary at GQ finds Ben Carson personally offensive. So offensive does he find him that he vomited his bile into print with the headline, “F*** Ben Carson.”
The side that's right about the Iran deal should reap the benefits; the other side should take a beating. The stakes are too high to ignore their votes.