WASHINGTON: The nation’s Republicans are a little miffed of late, resulting from the actions of Florida’s Dr. Brenda Calhoun Snipes, the Broward County Supervisor of Elections. As you’ve probably heard by now, it appears Snipes is either grossly incompetent or a political hack intent on stealing state elective offices on behalf of her fellow Sunshine State ...
PALM BEACH, Fla., March 23, 2016 – Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush announced that he is endorsing Sen. Ted Cruz for president, calling the Texas senator a “consistent, principled” conservative. Bush also attacked Donald Trump during his announcement, “For the sake of our party and country, we must overcome the divisiveness and vulgarity Donald Trump has ...
Many engaged and invested supporters find themselves in a funk when their candidate must drop out. Some of them will drop out too.
The GOP’s conservative base has turned to post-partisan candidate Donald J. Trump. They find Republican candidates in the mold of George and Jeb, not to mention their apologists in the conservative media, less than credible.
Republicans from Jeb Bush to Donald Trump are dancing across South Carolina to drum up support; when the polls close, they'll don their Elvis wigs and do Vegas.
AIKEN, S.C., Feb. 17, 2016 — With the South Carolina primary race coming down to the final hours, one quiet area in the western part of the state just received a surge of attention. Located close to the Georgia border, the town of Aiken is normally a slice of heaven, a peaceful oasis far removed ...
Rubio was hot, Bush was good, Kasich wasn't bad, and Trump was a mess. And in the GOP debate in South Carolina, the giant in the room was Justice Scalia.
The latest CNN poll predicts Jeb Bush will finish in sixth place in Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary
Iowa doesn't matter: Sanders, Clinton, Rubio, Trump and Cruz will go on as if it never happened. As for the rest, at this point, what difference does it make?
Coming off of his best debate performance, Bush showed plenty of energy in his Iowa appearance.
A shattering of the GOP’s status quo is coming because many conservative Republicans have forgotten, as Buckley once observed, “You must not trifle with the individual.”
Republican presidential candidates Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio have spent $82 million and $49 million respectively on political advertising. And yet, the pair lag in the polls.
I've been wrong about Trump. He's not a barbarian at the political gates, or some rich vulgarian. He's a blast of frigid, fresh air.
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.
Jeb Bush has been sharply criticized by part of the conservative electorate, but he clearly seemed at ease speaking to Republican Jewish voters who know him, like him, and trust him.
Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush are both desperate, for their own reasons; However both respond to an America at war with words of "hope", "love" and "kindness". Will they also Feng Shui the White House?
The Bush campaign rolled out a new slogan today, "Jeb Can Fix It", but the electorate and media are already dancing on his grave. Don't R.I.P. Jeb!, just go away.
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.
The 2016 Republican nominee for president will have to be more than a pretty face. He or she will have to be a rhetorical pit bull. A fire breather.
After a day of micro-inspection into the CNBC Republican Date, the result is that CNBC crew crossed the line into overt hostility.