Despite millions of subscribers and billions of views, Ana Kasparian of The Young Turks still hasn't quite adjusted to life in the public eye. "I'm still in the mindset that I work for this little startup company" she told me during our recent conversation.
With Donald Trump as the Republican nominee, the party is no longer the Grand Old Party. It is now a party led by a demagogic, authoritarian strongman whose rhetoric compares with the authoritarian, anti-democratic strongmen of history.
Just this morning, the Trump camp learned that there'd be no Celebrity Questions, as they were expecting. If not for an unnamed Russian hacker, who was able to seize a list of the real questions, Trump would've been going into Monday night's first round, completely in the dark.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump blamed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for a number of things during Monday night's debate, including her husband Bill's signing of the North American Free Trade Agreement, the collapse of the U.S. economy during President George W. Bush's administration, and the rise of the terrorist organization ISIS.
It was quite obvious at Monday night's debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump that globalization--an issue too hard to explain in a sound bit...
While the debate certainly gave Obama coalition voters ample reason to be against Trump, I'm not sure it gave them enough reason to be for Clinton with enough enthusiasm to drive the level of turnout necessary to ensure victory.
Hot on the heels of his first general presidential election performance, Republican nominee Donald Trump told reporters this morning that he would expand on something he mentioned during the debate.
I waited a day to assess how the debate was analyzed by news accounts and pundits, and while there was a huge plurality in favor of Hillary's performance there were still the same old attempts to build Donald Trump up and give him credit for retracting stuff he said when no such credit should be acknowledged.
This seemed to be the beginning of a long, crazy adventure in an election that was greater than any piece of fiction any aspiring writer could ever pen, let alone dream up.
Co-written by Erik Feingold, chief innovation officer of Sharecare The presidential election is only two months away and the race continues to heat...
Looking to make the media rounds on Tuesday morning in an attempt to clean up his Monday night debate mess, Republican nominee Donald Trump actually h...
This campaign is not about one good debate. There's something deeper going on in the numbers that make me hopeful about the bigger election.
Elizabeth Warren as retold by MSNBC's by Chris Matthews on his telecast yesterday in so many words supposedly said the same thing as what the title to...
Secretary Clinton, I'm sorry. And I retract my previous position of hatred and angst towards you. You have also accomplished far more in your life as a public servant than just about anyone that's run for this office, and certainly far more than I ever will. When November rolls around, you'll have my vote.
If Trump is elected, Vladimir Putin will be able to run roughshod across the former Soviet Union, including Armenia, and try to take back the Baltics, Poland and other ex-Soviet fiefdoms in Europe, such as Hungary and the Czech Republic.
In them I see America's promise and I would never abandon them or the fight for their future in the land of the free and the home of the brave. I truly hope that America will make the right decision and elect Hillary Clinton our next president but if America falls prey to Trump's fear mongering and racist hatred, then I will stand as I always have and my voice will only grow stronger.