Has Paul Ryan become so disaffected with Donald Trump that he quietly changed political parties, when no one was looking? We know the Washington Post just made a typo, but still, it's fun to think about, right?
If we can't report that things have happened when our personal opinion is that they've happened or "as good as" happened, I don't see what the point of having wall-to-wall cable news on fifty different channels is.
The Democratic Primary isn't about delegate count. The Democratic Primary is about defeating Donald Trump in 2016.
With the Democratic primaries grinding to a bitter end, I have suggestions for both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders supporters that neither will like. First, my advice to Clinton supporters: Don't try to drum Bernie Sanders out of the race before Hillary Clinton officially gets the nomination (if she in fact does get it). Some of you say Bernie should bow out because he has no chance of getting the nomination, and his continuing candidacy is harming Hillary Clinton's chances. But if you consider only pledged delegates, he's not all that far behind Hillary Clinton. Next, my advice for Sanders supporters: Be prepared to work hard for Hillary Clinton if she gets the nomination. Some of you say there's no real difference between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. That's just plain wrong.
The ultimate impact of Clinton's email controversy on her campaign will not be known until after the FBI announces its findings. There is no question that the controversy plays right into the widely held perception that Clinton is not trustworthy.
It was reported by the Associated Press, CBS, and MSNBC. It was reported by CNN and National Public Radio and even Comedy Central. It was reported by -- okay, long story short, it was reported by everyone.
The Democrats still have a primary battle going on between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, while Trump seems to have sewn up the GOP nomination. So why are Democrats more upbeat about their contest, while Republicans seem even more nervous about their primary situation?
Get ready for the red carpet, Cleveland, because now that Donald Trump has taken over the party that he was not invited to, the only way to put his indelible stamp on the upcoming GOP convention is to turn it into a glittering reality show with a parade of B-list stars.
Is Senator Elizabeth Warren actively auditioning for the role of Hillary Clinton's vice presidential pick? At this point, it's rather hard to come to any other conclusion, since Warren has been so outspoken of late on the subject of how horrible Donald Trump would be as president.
As the nation's first UNESCO "City of Literature," the sidewalks of Iowa City feature bronze relief panels with the words of famous writers connected to the area.
The Communications Workers of America (CWA) is playing a leading role in the fight to ...
The everyday "BREAKING NEWS" that we get every hysterical second on CNN, MSNBC and FOX is not news at all. It is a trailer for the hot new scary film that is coming out on November 8th to a voting booth near you.
With whispers of a Trump-Sanders debate growing on the internet, some are saying it could be the Debate of the Century -- a brief taste of the only alternative left to a dreary, historically nasty general election between two widely disliked politicians.
Barack Obama has been a symbol of change since his campaign began. Not only was he the first black president, he brought hope and new ideas to the White House during his two terms by pushing for equality and better human rights in America.
With less than six months before the 2016 presidential election, the presumptive nominees of both major parties are starting to shift their focus away from the primaries and toward the general election.
Listening to all the campaign trail chatter of increasing defense spending, one could conclude that deficit reduction has fallen off the political radar. But, it this what the voters want?