Online clashes over the Democratic and Republican nominees have wrecked Facebook friendships and even drove disagreeing family members to “de-friend” each other.
"Expressing rare faith in the future, he [Donald Trump] was instrumental in kickstarting the regeneration of neighborhoods and landmarks almost given up for dead" - Steve Markon, the New York Post.
It doesn't matter if you support Trump or are staunchly #NeverTrump, if you're a conservative, Hillary Clinton is out to destroy you and your movement.
New York Daily News, Snopes dump fresh tank of Alinskyite slime, pushing anti-GOP “racist” smear based on nothing at all. Purpose: Rob the GOP Convention of oxygen and stir up the radical mobs in Cleveland.
Hillary Clinton is business as usual, crony capitalism incarnate, a political version of McDonald's: ubiquitous, predictable, barely palatable and uninspiring.
Ryan says it's not enough for Republicans to say what they're against; they must say what they are for. That's bad news for Republicans who are against more government.
The uneducated and unwashed masses, it appears, are rejecting the advice of their conservative, university educated, “intellectual counterestalishment” betters.
The Republican House filed a suit against Obamacare: A 38-page decision found the administration sending payments to insurers is unconstitutional.
This is the first formal meeting between the two rivals since Ryan announced his refusal to back the billionaire for president.
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.
Today's GOP is all talk and no action, kneeling at the altar of conservatism and never fighting for it. Trump's campaign mocks their very existence.
Trump will have the delegates he needs going in to the convention, but some conservatives intend to fight him to the bitter end; is the fight worth worth fighting?
Matalin’s long history of supporting conservatism means she’s not some fair-weather prognosticator. She’s as serious as a train wreck.
GOP Establishment insiders, like Paul Ryan and the Bush family et. al., are only seeing the devil in the details - not the will of the Republican voters.
Despite Cruz and Kasich attempting to block Donald Trump, the brash business man keeps winning more states, more delegates and, quite possibly, the GOP nomination.
Heads, Trump wins; tails, the GOP loses: Can Cruz or Kasich come to the rescue?
Angry, excluded, and carrying a grudge against the modern world, the Alt-Right plays a significant role in Donald Trump's viral success.
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.
Republican House leadership has shown it has no teeth and no spine as a watchdog over the Obama Administration and a defender of the rule of law in America.
America is in the midst of a not so civil political war. How did we get here?