One of the prominent themes in this year’s presidential primaries is the state of the American military. In his April 27 foreign policy speech, Republican front-runner Donald Trump summed up the majority…
This brick-and-mortar, nondescript two-story building in Wilmington, Delaware would be awfully crowded if its registered occupants — 285,000 companies — actually resided there.
Objectivity is a much misunderstood concept and is too often uncritically mythologized as central to American journalistic practice.
These proposals are alarming. The Muslim community in the US has already been the victim of indiscriminate surveillance programs by law enforcement and intelligence agencies.
News2Share’s Ford Fischer took advantage of the opportunity to ask Trudeau about something that has rapidly gained popularity now that a Trump nomination appears increasingly likely.
Hillary has been a consistent war-hawk in Washington. She claims to care about human rights, but like most American politicians human rights=American rights only. Typically, only Americans with power in foreign countries to be specific.
It has become so commonplace in American politics to demonize an opponent by likening them to Hitler that when a candidate appears who exhibits strong authoritarian indications, none dare call it fascism.
The Daily Dot broke the story that Donald Trump volunteers are required to sign a contract that forbids them from criticizing the Republican presidential candidate, his family, and any Trump products…
Like Donald Trump, Wendell Willkie was a former Democrat, who reregistered as a Republican only later in life. Like Trump, he came to politics from the corporate world and an office in Manhattan.
Today Sheriff Joe Arpaio, the self-proclaimed “toughest sheriff in America”, made an appearance on “Mornings With Maria” to take a moment to shill for Donald Trump…
Ah, the crescendo of complaint! The Republican establishment and the mainstream media, working hand in hand in their unprecedented, non-stop assault on the “short-fingered vulgarian” named Donald Trump
The strangest and most volatile presidential race in modern history got even more unpredictable on Tuesday night.
“I don’t care what his actual positions are. I don’t care if he says the wrong thing. He says what’s on his mind. He gives honest answers rather than prepared answers. This is more important than anything any candidate has done in years.”
After Super Tuesday, print and broadcast media have woken up to the very real possibility of President Donald J. Trump.
Though the proposal amounts to a tellingly symbolic gesture, the lawmakers hope the measure will pressure Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto to take a more adamant stand against Trump’s xenophobic rhetoric
The essential requirement to achieve repeal is Republican control of the White House, the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives in January 2017.
2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney took the stage at the Hinckley University of Politics at the University of Utah Thursday morning to call on Republicans to not nominate Donald Trump as the GOP candidate for president.
This is the year of Trump. This is the year we could see the Republican party get really funky. I needed to go where the action is. That’s why I jumped at the chance to join a gathering of GOP party believers.
I really, really, really didn’t want to talk about Donald Trump. I was going to write about the Houston debate, which was one hell of an ugly scene in which moderators begged the candidates in vain for some kind of order and sanity
The similarities, if not outright parallels, between Berlusconi and Trump are so many and so apparent, what is currently taking place is more than a déjà vu: it’s history repeating itself.
To Trump and his supporters, the problem is the people who cross the U.S.-Mexico border without papers. The solution is a wall. The end result, they say, will be more jobs for Americans.
The London street artist Pegasus recently made headlines for his David Bowie tribute mural in London. Now the artist is at it again with a brand new controversial piece located on the wall of the Hen and Chicken pub in Bristol.
First, a lot happened for the Democrats after the previous debate. Bernie Sanders was always expected to win in New Hampshire, but few foresaw Hillary Clinton suffering what NPR called a “blowout loss”.
“Chutzpah” is making headlines again. This time it’s not because someone mispronounced it (as former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann did a few years ago); it’s because Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz called it a “New York term.”
An very interesting thing happened during the Republican debate on CBS Saturday night. No, it wasn’t the fact CBS dubbed Marco Rubio the debate winner. Donald Trump was booed, consistently over the course of the evening.