Viewership for the second debate fell some twenty percent from the first debate, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that voter are losing interest.
Last night’s debate was indeed the low point everyone anticipated it would be, but it seems unlikely to change the status quo.
As we head into the second Presidential debate, Hillary Clinton looks to be in very good shape.
Republicans are abandoning Donald Trump in droves after last night’s revelation of lewd remarks he made in 2005.
Even if Donald Trump loses next month, the political forces inside the GOP he tapped into are likely to remain very powerful.
Nothing that happens tonight during the Vice-Presidential debate is likely to matter, so feel free to skip it.
With five weeks to go, the momentum in the race is moving decidedly in Hillary Clinton’s favor.
Donald Trump appears to be pushing voters from America’s fastest growing minority group into the Democratic camp.
The reputation of the US matters in global affairs.
It wasn’t exactly Lincoln-Douglas but, in the end, Hillary Clinton clearly outperformed Donald Trump last night.
With just hours before the first debate, and six weeks until Election Day, the race for President remains tight.
In which Ted Cruz endorses the guy who called his wife ugly and said his father was involved in the Kennedy assassination.
According to one report, the GOP’s longest living former President plans to vote for a Democrat this fall.
With just forty-nine days left in the campaign, and less than a week before the first debate, the race for President is tighter than ever.
The GOP civil war continues…..
Once again, the debate commission controlled by the two major parties is excluding third-party candidates from the Presidential debates.
Donald Trump’s campaign is apparently finally acknowledging reality, although its claim that birtherism originated with the Clinton campaign in 2008 does not comport with the facts.
Apparently, even people who support Donald Trump don’t believe his claim that he can get Mexico to pay for his border wall.
The election is now fifty-six days away and, while the race is tighter than it has been, it’s still one in which Hillary Clinton has seemingly all the advantages.
Donald Trump’s admiration and praise for the dictatorial leader of Russia should be sufficient reason to disqualify him from being President of the United States.
The idea that Donald Trump has gotten his racialized rhetoric from libertarians is simply errant nonsense. The libertarian view, broadly speaking, is not defined by Murray Rothbard, Llewellyn Rockwell, and Ron Paul and those who share their views. This is but a small and even fringe group of what could be called the libertarian community.
It’s the traditional start of the campaign season, and the race for President is getting close, at least at the national level.
Another poll shows that Latino voters are set to reject Donald Trump in record numbers, and now they’re turning against the GOP.
Another set of revelations shows that the Clinton campaign has yet to put the email story behind it.
A Trump surrogate warns of a “taco truck on every corner” if Trump loses. That sounds like more of a promise than a threat if you ask me.
If you want to volunteer for Donald Trump, you’ll have to agree to never disparage Trump, his family, his campaign, or any of his businesses. Forever.
After some two weeks in which it seemed like he might be moderating, Donald Trump doubled down on the most anti-immigrant portions of his immigration plan.
Comments from one Republican Senator are raising the possibility we could see hearings and a vote on Merrick Garland during the post-election lame duck session of Congress.
With ten weeks to go ,there’s been some tightening in the polls but Hillary Clinton continues to maintain a commanding lead in the race for the White House.
Much like their predecessors, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have released only limited information about their health. It may be time for that to change.
Sorry Donald Trump, but most Americans believe that people here illegally deserve a path to citizenship and oppose building a border wall.
Yesterday, Hillary Clinton pointed out truths about Donald Trump that his fellow Republicans were too scared to point out during the primary..
Over the course of twenty-four hours, Donald Trump has had three separate positions on how he’d deal with illegal immigrants already in the country.
Donald Trump is signaling a big shift in his immigration position.
It’s eleven weeks — just 77 days — until Election Day, and things are looking pretty good for Hillary Clinton, and pretty bad for Donald Trump.
A report over the weekend raises questions about whether or not Donald Trump is changing positions on a central tenet of his campaign.
A Trump loss in November could lead to battles inside the GOP that could take years to resolve.