This is not a dream. Donald Trump actually is going to be the Republican Party nominee. After all the hateful rhetoric, the childish taunts, the abject self-aggrandizement, the New York billionaire won the nomination far earlier than anyone expected, and the Republican establishment was powerless to stop him.
Instead of decrying media outlets or uninformed voters, take a look in the mirror. It's the actions of your very own political parties, including the hallowed GOP, that elected Donald Trump to be the presumptive nominee.
Tomorrow, all eyes in Washington will be on the meeting between Donald Trump and Paul Ryan. Some Republicans hope this "summit" between two of the leaders of the Republican Party will signify how the party as a whole will move forward with Trump as the presidential nominee.
Altogether these demographics, latest polling and the historical electoral map point to the reality that Donald Trump is right about one thing: He has truly woken up the 'silent majority.' His problem isn't whether or not he's right about that, but rather that he woke it up against his own self-interest.
Don't buy into the the fantasy that the Republicans have been creating for years, that Hillary is dishonest or weak. We have seen time after time, in one expensive and unwarranted investigation after the next, that she is neither.
I admit it is with a certain level of savage joy that I'm watching the Republican Party come apart at the seams. The reason I know this is because I get the same feelings every time I watch a Steph Curry highlight reel or rewatch Larry Wilmore's White House Correspondents Dinner Speech
Today's topics include: Trump has the Best Words; We Attempt to Shame and Ridicule Trump Supporters; Rush Limbaugh Agrees that Trump is an Internet Troll; Small Government Conservatives Want to Regulate Facebook; and more.
In a Facebook post last month, Elbert County (Colorado) Commissioner Robert Rowland wrote that he would end up "in jail" if he saw a transgender person enter a bathroom that was also being used by his granddaughter.
Dear Jeb: I'm a Democrat. I dislike your policies. They hurt the country, and bring misery to the lives of regular Americans. However, I do feel your pain. Because Democrats are compassionate. Not from of any religious dictate, but from basic human decency. So, I know what you're going through.
Did you ever think Donald Trump would get this far?! I sure didn't, but regardless of how you feel about Trump and his funny looking hair, one thing I have to admit is that he has body language down.
Ahead of their highly anticipated meeting in Washington on Thursday, putative Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has called for the deportation of House Speaker Paul Ryan.
For several years now there has been a fight within the Republican Party, pitting establishment Republicans against movement conservatives.
It is understandable that, since Donald Trump locked up the Republican nomination for president, we can talk of little else. After all, we've seen nothing like him at center stage of our politics. But Trump's rise signifies a bigger story.
I feel like the Republican Party has told me they don't care about my opinion and are going to do what they feel is best. That's not why I vote Republican! That's not true representation of the people! That's not American!
John Richard (J.R.) Myers, who lives in Alaska, warns that the Russians are claiming large areas of the Arctic. He's on the ballot in the California J...
Can Clinton actually break the 400 Electoral Vote barrier? This hasn't happened since 1988, but it used to be a lot more common. In the 10 elections from 1952 through 1988, the winning candidate got more than 400 votes seven times.