Rich Lowry is editor of National Review. Marco Rubio’s speech suspending his campaign after his crushing loss in the Florida primary was a requiem for an entire style of Republican politics. Rubio represented
AFTER Donald Trump asked voters at a recent rally to raise their hands heavenward in a pledge of fealty to him, a few commentators frothed at the gesture’s supposed evocation of a Nazi salute. That wasn’t
To those with long memories, events in Chicago on Friday – like their instigator’s divisive campaign – stoked memories of a chaotic and dangerous time Younger voters were probably the most shocked by violent
When Bernie Sanders won the primary in Michigan last week, it shook up the narrative of the Democratic race. Sanders did so with the help of white men. If he's able to pull off a victory in Ohio, the demographic
(CNN) — Ben Carson doesn't "see a political path forward" in the Republican presidential nomination process, and will not attend Thursday's GOP presidential debate in his hometown of Detroit, he said a
It was a stirring call to arms for a strategic-voting retreat. Mitt Romney declared it a time for choosing but could not bring himself to choose. The 2012 Republican nominee for president on Thursday the
"Let me put it plainly," he said. "If we Republicans choose Donald Trump as our nominee, the prospects for a safe and prosperous future are greatly diminished." Romney's speech came as the Republican grows
Fresh off their Super Tuesday wins, Donald Trump and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz jointly turned up the pressure on Marco Rubio to drop out -- though the Florida senator insists he remains a contender and is "optimistic"
BURLINGTON, VT — Hours after Bernie Sanders’ two top aides used a news conference to pledge to keep fighting for the Democratic nomination, Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager shot back with a memo painting
Washington (CNN) — Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright said Wednesday that Republican presidential candidates sound like schoolchildren arguing rather than potential leaders of the free world.
https://a57.foxnews.com/static.foxnews.com/foxnews.com/content/uploads/2018/09/918/516/850f22cc-1.jpg?ve=1&tl=1 The many faces of Chris Christie Donald Trump's Tuesday night press conference should have
WASHINGTON — On Tuesday night as return after return came in and Marco Rubio failed to break through, many establishment Republicans grew angrier that John Kasich was still in the race. One of them was
Radio personality who interviewed Donald Trump Jr.: Slavery is 'greatest thing' that happened to African Americans
Tweets from https://twitter.com/politico/lists/team-politico Donald Trump’s oldest son gave a 20-minute interview last Tuesday to a panel that included a radio host who once wrote that slavery is the thing"
There’s a scene in the science fiction/comedy film “Galaxy Quest” where the crew is desperate to rescue Tim Allen’s character from the surface of an alien planet. You see, a gigantic creature called a
While the notion of free college might seem like a good idea to anybody with kids, several economists recently told NPR's "Planet Money" that it's not a good plan. Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, are
Washington (CNN) — Chris Christie is paying a big price for backing Donald Trump. In the days since the New Jersey governor shocked the political world with his endorsement, six New Jersey newspapers called
Washington (CNN) — Both of the remaining Democratic candidates for president easily top Republican front-runner Donald Trump in hypothetical general election match-ups, according to a new CNN/ORC Poll.
Valdosta, Georgia (CNN) — A large group of black students attending a Donald Trump rally at Valdosta State University Monday were escorted out by law enforcement before the event started. "We didn't plan
The Democratic presidential candidate’s populist rallying cry has helped him rake in cash, and infused massive amounts of money into the political process. When Bernie Sanders makes a demand for money,
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And his answer is, Look, America, we trusted you to do the right thing, and now look what's happened. Here's Summers, writing in The Washington Post on Tuesday (emphasis added): While comparisons between
If Marco Rubio ends up with the Republican presidential nomination, it could be because he played Quidditch better than Donald Trump or Ted Cruz. Stick with us for a second. Last week, a Rubio-affiliated
Hillary Clinton goes into Super Tuesday with a 26-pledged-delegate lead (91-65) over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. She also has a 433-superdelegate lead (453-20). In crunching some numbers, an NPR analysis
Tweets from https://twitter.com/politico/lists/team-politico Warren Buffett is supporting Hillary Clinton for the White House, but he agrees with Bernie Sanders on at least one thing: "the influence of
After taking fire from all sides of the political spectrum for not condemning an endorsement from a white supremacist leader, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump blamed the incident on a "very