It is no overstatement to note that with each passing day America is more the "Land of the Hypocrites and Barbarians" and less a land of morals and values than ever before. All this, while the world sits back and laughs.
by Ashley Balcerzak and Alec Goodwin This party appeared to have all the ingredients for success, as th...
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The anti-Muslim rhetoric of Gingrich is exactly what ISIS wants to hear.
Newt Gingrich, who holds a Ph.D. in European History and is thus a presumptively educated man, has delivered yet another questionable statement: &ldq...
These are exciting political questions, eliciting no shortage of educated guesses and snarky tweets. But what's harder to find is real data. The public polling -- while not flawed -- ultimately just measures underlying partisanship or the hard ID of the different candidates.
Donald Trump is set to announce his running mate in the 2016 presidential election on Friday. Four individuals have repeatedly been mentioned as strong contenders for the position by sources close to the Trump campaign.
It has taken the corpses of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Sandra Bland, Eric Garner, Philando Castile, Alton Sterling and more to teach America about unequal policing and systemic racism in the American justice system.
The anticipation is killing us: What name will appear along with Donald Trump's on the Republican ticket? The presumptive nominee could announce his VP pick any day now, just in time for the Republican National Convention in Cleveland next week.
Remember that grand old song "You'll Never Walk Alone"? "Walk on through the wind, walk on through the rain, though your dreams be tossed and blown..."-- Rogers and Hammerstein's CAROUSEL.
A half-century ago, there was a predictable quality to the way presidential nominees selected their running mates. They would do so at their nominati...
Who is the real Donald Trump? Is the presumptive and wildly controversial Republican presidential nominee that we see in the news the real Donald Trump or just a masterful performer?
I hope the LGBT community hears the dog whistle that is being blown concerning our rights and freedoms with respect to Trump's VP choices.
He should have taken a cue from how Hillary handled her loss to Obama in 2008 when she came away looking like a star, and a star with power. Instead he frittered away his chances, rather whining his way close to irrelevance.
Depending on your politics, Warren may seem shrill, effective or, well, too effective. By some estimations, she would overshadow Clinton if added to the presumptive nominee's ticket. But if she is picked, look for Trump to pick Warren's equal.
Assuming he isn't ousted as the GOP's presidential nominee at the party's Cleveland convention next month, who will be Donald Trump's vice presidential running mate?