Trump's bluster, Cruz's ethics, Rubio's Latin disconnect, Carson's mild manner—we're getting to know these men; what does our support for them say about us?
CHARLESTON, S.C., Feb. 23, 2016 — Every four years, one Republican presidential contender insists on being the darling of the liberal media. That Republican gets feted with praise for being a Republican that Democrats could actually vote for. Such candidates are willing to be seen as warm, fuzzy Republicans willing to stand up to those ...
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.
Ohio Governor John Kasich isn't as flamboyant as Donald Trump or as exciting to the right as Ted Cruz, but he's serious, accomplished, and he can carry Ohio.
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.
Gov. John Kasich is poised to surprise the national media with a strong showing in New Hampshire that could finally alter the state of the race for the Republican nomination.
John Kasich offered the very qualities that have him praised by some and criticized vociferously by others.
The only real contenders for the nomination are Donald J. Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and, possibly, Ben Carson. Its time to get serious about winnowing the contenders and fighting the DNC.
Early on there was general consensus among Republican candidates that the media needed to get in line and the voters deserved to hear a substantial debate on today's issues.
After a day of micro-inspection into the CNBC Republican Date, the result is that CNBC crew crossed the line into overt hostility.
Ohio is succeeding, and Governor John Kasich has been a driving force behind that success. Can America, and the electorate, give him a chance to do the same for America?