it is time to analyze the quality of the speeches.Those who worship Donald Trump and those who despise him.
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?
Trump painted an image of America in crisis, and offered himself as the man uniquely qualified to save it. The delegates agreed, but will the rest of America?
Donald Trump promised a convention like no other. Tonight he delivered. Slideshow of images showing the celebration
Pence was self-deprecating, telling the audience that he is a boring man brought in to “balance the ticket” from the excitement of Trump. Still waters run deep.
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.
The GOP message on Monday was punish bad cops, but support law, order and the police; the Democratic convention message is shaping up to "don't shoot, pigs!"
With the Cleveland GOP convention convulsing in background, major U.S. stock market averages flirt with new intraday highs Wednesday morning.
The theme of day one was security and that Democrats led by the President and former secretary of State Hillary Clinton are utterly incapable of protecting Americans.
An “invisible hand” moves markets overnight while stocks barely seem to budge during normal trading hours. Central bank shenanigans? Meanwhile, watching GOP convention action for market-moving news.
There was no drama in Peoria, just normal, middle-America Republicans finishing up their convention on-time and under budget. Donald Trump would have liked it.
Trump will win the GOP nomination; his battle with House Speaker Ryan isn't over the presidency, but over the Republican Party and its future after 2017.
Do Wisconsin voters care about Trump's views on abortion or his campaign manager? If not, it may be time to call this campaign for Trump.
With GOP delegates already planning for those bad headaches at the convention, remarkably "conveniently" timed, we may have had it wrong. Political idealism once again will end up on the mat for the 10 count.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., March 27, 2016 — A Sunday morning commentator on ABC News unwittingly offered the ultimate solution to the “problem that is Trump”: The Republican Party should admit their rules and procedures need overhauling and focus not on this year’s convention, but on the one that’s five years off instead. On its face, the ...
All of the unique elements of this years GOP presidential election cycle may be creating the perfect storm that will damage the party for years to come.