As just about everyone knows, the Republican primary has become a two-man race — Donald Trump and Ted Cruz. Imagine the embarrassment and political hit that Rubio or Kasich may suffer on
A few days ago, “news” icon The Washington Post (WaPo) was exposed by FAIR.org for campaigning against Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders with a barrage of negative stories before the Michigan primary.
MAPS UPDATED MAY 17. With the Republican contest seeming to become a two man race, a color map including just these two has been created to update the earlier report. This map
Nate Silver and his FiveThirtyEight.com has received much publicity and credibility for making good predictions. Last night for the primaries, while everybody was looking, Nate and the other polling predictors were in
Listen as Chief Justice John Roberts and Samuel Alito try to support an illegal police stop, then listen as Justice Clarence Thomas stands up for guns. Recently departed Justice Antonin Scalia was
See the updated report here. MAPS UPDATED MARCH 8. On Super Tuesday, 11 states had primaries or caucuses for each of the two main parties. Front-runners emerged. For the Democrats, Hillary Clinton
Both 2016 presidential candidate Donald Trump and The Intercept reporter Glenn Greenwald have spoken recently in very strong terms against the 2003 “Iraq War.” Both have had their credibility questioned for prior
With the sudden loss from the Supreme Court of Antonin Scalia, some are calling to wait for a replacement until after the 2016 election in the interest of democracy or fairness. First,
“Break the Banks Up!” is an all too familiar political outcry coming from Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, presidential hopeful. But need that be an anchor on which much of Sander’s campaign rests?
Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who is receiving negative press for amassing a campaign fund of $163,672,986 mostly from large donors and super PACs — compared to the Bernie Sanders fund of $75,055,063