Republicans have conjured for Americans a monster more frightening than any Hollywood has ever produced for Halloween. It pales "The Shining."
There is one thing I agree with Reince Priebus about this Presidential election. Priebus, the Republican National Committee Chairman, said this election presents a "binary choice." He's right and the choice before us could not be more clear.
The inevitability of Trump was made somewhat palatable by the bitter reality that a lot of people liked him no matter what, and that he remained competitive in the polls with Clinton. That didn't mean the party regulars liked him, or wanted him, just that they had no choice. Now they just might.
Hear that rumbling, thumping noise off in the distance? It's the sound of a mass migration of GOP leaders hastily stampeding away from Donald Trump.
Hillary Clinton and the groups that back her are do...
Do what thy manhood bid thee do, From none but self expect applause. Sir Richard Francis Burton An ad that was run by the Trump campaign hour...
by Mr. Trump selecting Detroit as the city to unveil his collection of failed economic policies, not only does it go to show his lack of political strategy, but it also goes to show his lack of understanding on how to properly manage our country's economy.
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One may attempt to eulogize Timoney as a "good cop," but there is no question he was fervently opposed to free speech, most especially when used in the struggle for social change.
Even as talk in political circles has focused on the Trump campaign's apparent reliance on the RNC for much of its basic voter mobilization effort in November, reports filed with the FEC over the weekend show the RNC having arguably the worst fundraising July in at least four presidential cycles.
NeverTrump Republicans failed to consolidate against Trump in the primaries, deny him delegates at the convention, fashion a rule that might allow his ouster for cause, or convince a more plausible candidate than David French or Evan McMullin to lead a third-party bid.
The last few weeks have been a whirlwind for my transhumanist presidential campaign. I'm excited that transhumanism -- the social movement that aims to use radical science and technology to improve the human species -- continues to be represented in politics in a major way.
Like a man embracing his bride while coyly winking over his shoulder at one of his wedding party guests, Donald Trump used the GOP convention to stir passion among the party base while lightly romancing LGBT people.
No presidential candidate since 1952 in Trump's low polling position at this stage of the campaign has won the popular vote.