The Trump and Sanders examples show how disruptive the lack of shame as a deterrent is to civil discourse.
You are entitled to credit for forcing the other candidates to focus on some of the issues that really do resonate with a great many voters.
The movement has increased the level of awareness and political activism among young African-Americans.
Say what you want about Donald Trump, his candor is refreshing.
As unforeseen as it may have been only weeks ago, Clinton is no longer a certainty.
Over the last two months alone, dozens of articles from almost every major American media outlet have used terms like “statistically tied” or “statistically identical” to compare the popularity of two presidential candidates in a poll....
What’s most unique about Trump is his understanding of marketing and the manner in which he markets himself.
This preposterous position, which deserves to be quickly condemned by all presidential candidates, including President Obama, is popular among Republican voters.
Here we go again: another endless debate whether Hillary Clinton is the victim of "a vast right-wing conspiracy" or is guilty of malfeasance in office and attendant cover up.
She isn’t a right wing conservative hawk and neither is she a left wing socialist pacifist. Her maiden name is Rodham.