Everything Trump has said and done seems contingent on his mood, making the question about what he wants to do as president all the more mystifying.
Saying that large numbers have negative opinions of Clinton and Trump doesn’t tell us anything about how the two compare. It’s apples and oranges.
There is always a new generation of wide-eyed young people who have not yet figured out that this particular cure-all is and always has been pure snake oil.
Ryan said, 'This party does not prey on people's prejudices. We appeal to their highest ideals. This is the party of Lincoln.' Then he caved.
As president, Trump says, he would tell America's creditors to accept pennies on the dollar, just like the chumps who loaned money to his failed businesses.
It isn’t going to be easy telling Bernie’s people the dream is over. But it is.
Benghazi, the IRS non-scandal scandal, the faked Planned Parenthood and ACORN videos. It’s depressing because these non-facts are used to pass damaging laws.
Conservative arguments over abortion, gender in toilets, Planned Parenthood, the IRS, Benghazi and other divisive issues defy reality based evidence.
Anyone following the political discussion is likely to conclude that Social Security will not be there at all when younger Americans retire. It’s simply not true.
Conventional wisdom is being turned on its head by a skeptical electorate. And elites are scrambling to revise their thinking.
The three White House wannabes would all likely face a skeptical, even hostile Congress. That means gridlock. Or mayhem.
"It has not been easy for me. … My father gave me a small loan of a million dollars."