A Republican who's pro-Obamacare, pro-tax-the-richest, and anti-Kim Davis sounds like a Republican Democrats could love; so why don't they love Donald Trump? They have no one else.
Hillary is sorry if anyone took unintended offense or was confused by anything she said or did as secretary of state, but really, it wasn't her fault or intent.
Murray quotes conservative icon William Buckley to explain that, sometimes, better is the enemy of good enough. Is Marco Rubio good enough? And what about Paul?
The GOP has more candidates than it knows what to do with. Does it really need another 'real Republican' in the race?
The media machine has hyped up the non-choice: Hillary or Jeb. Sanders and Trump are reminding America, you have real choices; it's up to you to grab them.
Donald Trump's poll numbers are up. Is that because he's leading the war on women, and America hates women?
As The Donald turns big, mean and green, the media and other candidates are left wondering, who will he pummel next?
The voters aren't crazy; they're just mad, and they have every right and reason to be. Trump and Sanders aren't the problem; the Democrats and Republicans are.
The press says Donald Trump has offended everyone and shot himself in the foot with his immigration comments. So why is he riding so high in the polls?
Was Trump's attack on illegal immigrants a racist rant, or just the un-sugar-coated truth that America needs to hear? A lot of people think it's the latter.
Our officials do derive their power from us, the people, and we need to seriously weight both those who are currently in office and those who want to take their place.
Rand Paul is lagging in the polls, but there are some things he can do to get his campaign going. Here are five.
Sen. Bernie Sanders is attracting a great deal of interest in his challenge to Hillary Clinton for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination.
Americans say they want serious discussion about serious problems and honest politicians to tackle them. So why do we have Obama, Hillary and Boehner?
Hillary Clinton will probably be the next president, and establishment Republicans are doing all they can to make it so.
A new poll shows support for Hillary Clinton slipping among non-white voters—enough to have cost the Democrats the White House in 2012.
As the republican field becomes even more crowded, Carson will have an inside track to the presidential nomination if his polling numbers hold steady.
Will her email issues cost Hillary the Democratic nomination in 2016? Who else is there for Democrats to support? Here are five ways it might play out.
When Hillary damns Republicans for their 'war on women,' will it help to have at her side a man who used, abused and threw away women like so much tissue paper?
In 2012 it was Isaac, a Category 2 hurricane bearing winds greater than 100 miles per hour, that postponed the RNC Convention. Wlll it be King James in 2016?