You will be a pessimist if you look too closely at plummeting oil prices, and / or efforts by America's Corruptocrats to nullify key Republican gains by “finding” heretofore hidden crates of tombstone voters and votes.
For now, Brexit has come to America. People demanded change, and the change candidate defeated the status quo candidate.
69 days to the election: Marco Rubio wins Florida primary and Donald Trump meets with Mexican President Nieto.
Does he want to be VP? Is he hoping for a cabinet job? Rubio is the fifth of this year's failed GOP candidates to endorse Trump. Are they all after something?
Donald Trump's vice presidential nomination is his first big decisions - followed by many others. Some choices Gowdy, Cruz, Rubio, West and Walker
Rubio is fighting to keep his bound delegates until the Republican National Convention in July.
During an early morning press conference, Senator Rubio announced that he is not interested in becoming Vice President and instead wants to focus finishing his final term as Senator.
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 ...
A weak, feckless establishment Republican base better understand - whomever has the delegate gets the nomination
Donald Trump has had a decisive response in Florida and Marco Rubio suspends his campaign.
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.
If Rubio wins Florida, he could at least keep Trump and Cruz from running away with the GOP nomination. For now he takes the P.R. Primary
Marco Rubio was just presidential hopeful to address the conservative grassroots conference known as CPAC
CPAC 2016 is one for the history books—and not just the conference itself but the legendary straw poll as well.
For the second time in as many days, a conservative addressed a standing-room only crowd and won them over.
Friday at CPAC was all candidates and fireworks; Ted Cruz set the crowd on fire, Carson said goodbye, and conservatives partied into the night.
Donald Trump has the GOP elite, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, in a virtual tizzy. The one thing they are not getting is that people - the voters - don't want another life long senator and politician. We have been there, tried it and it has not worked.
Ben Carson is the most substantive candidate in the race and promises to bring bolder, more fundamental and smarter changes to Washington than does Trump.
Whether Hillary or Sanders wins, it's bad for America. Is Trump any better? Unless Rubio wins Florida and Cruz wins Texas, we will have the chance to find out.