“Once I got up there and grabbed it,” she said, recounting her experience to the adoring “Nightly Show” crowd, “it was like, ‘Yes — take me to jail!'”
Republicans, and especially candidates seeking the GOP presidential nomination, have been forced to state publicly whether they stand with Donald Trump on immigration policy.
Practically everybody’s “telling it like it is.” But that is hardly enough to stand out in a year like this. There are about 20 candidates and many have unfiltered personalities, nothing to lose, or both.
The Supreme Court’s ruling that states can no longer ban same-sex marriage has set off a cacophony of howling hyperbole by the GOP’s far-out presidential wannabes.
Jon Stewart highlighted the acidic dissents of Justice Antonin Scalia, the man who decries the elite Supreme Court overturning the will of voters — except when he does it.
Trump’s new round of trash-talk against NBC could perhaps be aimed at Republican primary voters, as he makes an enemy of a media outlet with a liberal reputation.
The Republican party’s unwillingness to move past lost culture-war battles will continue into 2016. Here are 5 reasons same-sex marriage as an issue won’t go away soon.
Jon Stewart almost quit The Daily Show early, walking dramatically off the set in a fit — until he got the news to confirm that Donald Trump really did file his paperwork to run for president.
Oh, joy! Oh, goody! Oh, happy day! For those of us who love the loopy side of American politics, our dream of some serious loco for 2016 has arrived: Donnie Trump in the race! For president. Of the United States. No, really!
“I can’t believe Bush is in first place. This guy can’t negotiate his way out of a paper bag,” Trump said. “So I’m in second place to Bush? I hate it!”
Donald Trump, despite his bombastic, occasionally laughable persona, can be quite dangerous, Baxter said in an interview, and it’s important for people to realize that.
Jeb’s announcement — in which he promised to go after “pampered elites” — may go down as one of the least self-aware acts of rhetoric since the last time Mitt Romney spoke.
Jon Stewart and Bill Clinton discussed what Bill might do as a presidential spouse — which again got Bill chatting about the importance of infrastructure and investment.
We’re not actually suggesting that The Donald is a Democratic plant on a mission to attack and undermine the real GOP candidates from behind their own lines — but if the Dems had tried to engineer such a candidate, they could not possibly have done a better job.