My 94-year-old dad, Nick, discusses nearly a hundred years of presidential history over the course of his lifetime, and this year's election. Oh, and the "shapely" girls of Fox News' Outnumbered.
What we are now learning from the presidential circus that galloped through town last week is that after this topsy turvy primary season, the two most polarizing figures in America are more than likely going to be our choices in November as the next leader of the free world.
When Donald Trump sits down with Megyn Kelly for her May 17 prime-time special on Fox, it will be interesting to see whether he still calls her "sick" and "crazy."
Since it's not easy for faithful conservatives to answer questions about climate science, gun violence, mass deportation, and Obama's economy, among others, they often resort to several rhetorical tools to sway credulous audiences. This enables lazy commentators and defensive Republicans to dismiss serious criticism by asserting that "both sides do it."
There's been a lot of talk about racism recently with Donald Trump inspiring a lot of people to let their racist flag fly high. The GOP claims they don't understand where this negativity is coming from.
The conservative media is fond of offering solutions for "fixing" public education that they would never suggest for their local police department.
The extremist right-wing network of Fox News and talk radio was not created by politicians, and it is not funded by a political party. It is not supported by donations from people seeking political expression. No. It was created for one central purpose: to make money.
There's been lots of debate about whether the press "created" Trump's front-runner status via its obsessive (and often subservient) coverage. But it's also important to focus on the sheer tonnage of the Trump coverage and the wild inequity on display.
Will the Republican Party awaken from what University of Virginia political analyst Larry Sabato calls its "Trumpmare? Will RNC Chairman Reince Priebus heed his own warning, given when the party released its autopsy of its overwhelming 2012 election defeat?
If you're struggling to communicate with your target audience, it's time to take a look at your brand.
There's poetic justice in Trump's rise to the top of the GOP presidential field. The GOP is reaping precisely what it has sown.
I have to stop hanging up my kids' wet towels. I'm going to say this to myself, every day, many times a day, like a mantra -- until I listen to mys...
If those establishment Republicans who really do want to stop Donald Trump also want to beat Hillary Clinton, their options have narrowed to just about one.
Donald Trump has been compared to Benito Mussolini because of his authoritarian leanings. Both men underwent political transformations with Mussolini...
When we think or imagine technology, we often think of computers. For some, it is all about code or using the web for shopping. The idea and application of technology are in our everyday life. From driving our cars to shopping in the super market.
Anger? You bet there's anger. But as revealed by Jen Senko's new documentary "The Brainwashing of My Dad," it is faux anger, caused by more than a generation of propaganda stemming from a coordinated far right takeover of media -- and brains.