Today's topics include: Pennsylvania and Rhode Island Primaries; Ted Cruz Lying About Transgender People; Ted Cruz and History; Trump Has Another Twitter Meltdown; Second Amendment Solutions; and more.
Now that Texas Senator Ted Cruz has chosen former Hewlitt-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, a former rival, as his running mate, it's worth looking at history to see whether such "unity tickets" (linking ex-opponents) have been successful in the past.
Jack and Jill Went up Capitol Hill to fetch a pail of water. Jack fell down and broke his crown. But all anyone could talk about was how Jill should smile more.
Clinton, an experienced but flawed candidate, is about to undergo months of relentless and scathing assaults. Trump will attack her apparent strengths as failures, including her government experience, foreign policy service, leadership on women's issues and support among minorities.
Today Trump will deliver a speech at the Mayflower Hotel as part of a series of speeches intended to show "a more sober and serious presidential candidate," who so far has mostly received attention for his uninformed rants and almost daily policy shifts. But Trump changing his style won't make the substance of what he says any less terrifying.
Now is the time to begin uniting the Democratic Party and reaching out to independents who share your understanding that Republicans Donald Trump or Ted Cruz would be a disaster for the nation.
It's been well established that all Ted Cruz is doing is reminding Americans that social conservatism was born in anti-integration politics and anti-gay hysteria.
In a last-ditch effort, Texas Senator Ted Cruz and Ohio Governor John Kasich are joining forces to #StopTrump. Both of their presidential campaigns announced Sunday night that it's crucial to keep the GOP aligned to slow Trump's roll and keep him from the nomination.
This "agreement" between the Cruz and Kasich campaigns may make a lot of sense, but it is also the very reason so many people are fed up with politics, which is exactly why I believe it will ultimately benefit the candidacy of Donald Trump.
How many times does Colorado State Sen. Laura Woods (R-Westminster), who's apparently the only elected official in Colorado to affirmatively and proac...
My local congressional district became one of those battlegrounds that we see playing out across the country, as Ted Cruz supporters outflank Donald Trump backers at the little-known, little-attended Republican Party meetings to select delegates to the national convention.
Far more than arcane delegate rules, the two-headed monster of Cruz and Kasich personifies establishment perfidy. Where this goes is plain to see.
The nation's smallest state will vote tomorrow night. Not a whole lot of polling exists here, but it's pretty clear on the Republican side. Donald Trump will sail to victory here, with a huge margin. John Kasich looks to take second, with Cruz far behind.
Trump's rabidly loyal fans will surely be put to the test now. Will these same folks, who've unequivocally excused and defended his inflammatory rhetoric over the past year, accept an abrupt shift to the center by "Lyin' Donald?"
Donald Trump openly flaunts his frontrunner status and dominates political headlines, much to the chagrin of most pundits. However, most analysis so ...