Will Republicans get away with their demands for upcoming debates? Early signs look promising for the GOP, less promising for journalism.
The current Republican presidential race is less a political contest than a reality TV series: a stage-managed melodrama with a cast of characters selected to titillate and provoke.
If the Republicans think the CNBC debate moderators were hard on them, they should just be grateful they didn’t have to answer to Obama on that stage.
RNC Chairman Reince Priaebus cited “bad faith” in announcing the party will suspend its partnership with NBC News for the Feb. 26 debate to be held in Houston.
Donald Trump prepared for Wednesday night’s big Republican debate in his usual manner: going on Twitter to trash talk the host news organization.
First, Donald Trump was Batman. And now, he gets to be a whole other superhero, too.
It’s now a big question of who exactly will qualify for the main debate, or get consigned to the undercard event — or whether there will even be much of one in the latter case.
Watch Bernie’s comeback to the most outrageous charges from the right — plus some pointed words for a certain other Democratic candidate who travels among people of wealth.
First, Governor Scott Walker (R-WI) was punting on evolution. Now he’s decided not to get into another question: Whether or not President Obama even loves America.
Click above to watch Walker’s non-response when he got asked about some controversial comments made by Rudy Giuliani, at a big dinner they both attended — then share this video!
Rand Paul may have just demonstrated why he’s *not* a realistic candidate for president, all in a single interview.