Ohio Gov. Kasich and the Windy City mayor, Emanuel, have joined the “Kick the Constitution to the Curb” gang, ignoring the rule of law that makes us America.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 7, 2016 – Ohio Gov. John Kasich told CNN’s “State of the Union” that he will not vote for Donald Trump, demonstrating that the wounds from the campaign trail are still raw. Kasich lost the GOP primary to Donald Trump and refused to make an appearance at the Republican National Convention, which was ...
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., July 21, 2016 — An interviewer asked someone why so many on Capitol Hill often take an instant dislike to Ted Cruz. The reply was both humorous and instructive: “It saves time.” This flag-waving conservative with a Harvard education could do so much for his party and for the country, if only he would. ...
With the Cleveland GOP convention convulsing in background, major U.S. stock market averages flirt with new intraday highs Wednesday morning.
WASHINGTON, May 4, 2016 – Another relatively short column today as our alter-ego heads out for the Washington National Opera’s third installment of its “American Ring” cycle, Richard Wagner’s “Siegfried,” which starts out inside a decrepit trailer home and ends up with our hero confronting a smoke-belching steam-shovel, the 21st century equivalent of a fire-and-smoke ...
LOS ANGELES, April 27, 2016 — One week after winning his home state of New York, Donald Trump swept all five Acela Primary state primaries in convincing fashion. Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Connecticut and Rhode Island all gave Trump between 54 and 64% of the vote and a combined 105 of 111 delegates up for ...
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?
Both GOP candidates Gov. Kasich and Senator Cruz have decided to divide and conquer in hopes of keeping Trump from securing the nomination, leaving him short of the needed 1,237 delegates.
NYC is awash in Presidential candidates today and they will all be converging tonight - Trump, Kasich and Cruz in Manhattan; Clinton and Sanders in Brooklyn. Get the details here
America is in the midst of a not so civil political war. How did we get here?
Donald Trump is one defiant candidate. He is by all accounts an accomplished businessman, a good husband, a great father and an admired employer. His common sense and street smarts have taken him far. Will Clinton take him down with the abortion card.
The GOP is badly fractured, making almost anything possible this election season.
For the Trump nomination being close in delegates only counts in horseshoes and grenades
The only hope Kasich has to win the nomination is to be backed by the GOP elites in a brokered convention, but they don't seem to see him.
People behave in ways they'd rather not under intimidation: Cruz, Hillary, Bernie, Kasich, and even the media are all showing signs of feeling intimidated.
Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and John Kasich are left standing. The best choice is...
MIAMI, March 15, 2016 — The Ides of March continues to be a cruel date in history. The original March 15 victim was Emperor Julius Caesar, who, of course, was assassinated on that date. Five years ago and closer to our own time, the Ides of March claimed the life of rapper Nate Dogg. This ...
Friday at CPAC was all candidates and fireworks; Ted Cruz set the crowd on fire, Carson said goodbye, and conservatives partied into the night.
A much small group - Trump, Cruz, Rubio, Kasich and Carson - w and we grade their performances