By adding thuggishness to his resume, Carson completes a white audience's bias-fueled expectation of him--poor, black, and violent--the stereotype trifecta.
Clinton's opponents will actively be campaigning not so much for the Republican nominee, but instead invoking a Hillary presidency to energize voters to turn out and prevent that from happening.
The good news is a compelling candidate can win without the most money, the bad news is campaigns continue to waste millions and millions of dollars. They would be better off building homes for the homeless with it, and solving some actual societal problems as real leaders do.
This college admissions season, we asked the 2016 presidential candidates to share with us the talking points from their own college application essays. They declined, so we made it up.
In the movie "Being There," a gardener labeled Chauncey, played by Peter Sellers, manages like a live action Mr. Magoo to blindly stumble his way toward being a media sensation, key adviser and possibly a presidential candidate.
Solutions are the overarching issue that need to be detailed and presented to the American people. Can you tell me how this is being addressed by Bernie? Without addressing "da money," there can be no 12-point Bernie platform that can be delivered and become a reality.
For some strange reason (Texas) people have actually voted for him. Like Trump and Carson, he also has an aversion to reality and an affinity for saying crazy things. That is precisely the combination that makes Cruz the perfect pawn for deploying the McCaskill strategy.
You don't even need to have the sound on, just take a look at what Saba Ahmed is wearing on the "Kelly File" as she joins Trump's national spokesperson.
At the democratic debate last Saturday, Martin O'Malley called Donald Trump a "carnival barker," which was rather offensive-- to carneys everywhere. ...
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New polling released by impreMedia and Latino Decisions finds that the GOP's image among Latino voters has significantly deteriorated since 2012. The poll reports that statements by GOP frontrunners Donald Trump and Ben Carson are negatively impacting the overall GOP brand.
Comedy captures attention. Will candidates now make the rounds of the TV entertainment shows armed with a barrage of one-liners? Comedy writers alert: This may be a lucrative work opportunity.
As the presidential election draws nears, its is evident that social media has become the game changer. Using the influence of social media has and will continue to improve each presidential candidates' chances of winning the election.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton did fine. It wasn't her best night, but she's a good debater who knows the issues. She had a couple of awkward moments, although we're not talking about anything too damaging.
I'm an attorney, a community organizer, a female Pakistani-American Muslim immigrant. Being Muslim in America means being identified by only one aspect of my identity. It means being told exactly what it means to be Muslim in America and having very little control over the narrative.
Trump has the money of Scrooge McDuck and Richie Rich. Or perhaps he's more akin to Montgomery Burns from The Simpsons-- rich, ruthless, and taking great joy in firing people. What about the other presidential candidates?