There are few errors more persistent than journalists’ and pundits’ use of the phrase “margin of error.”
No one is better at manipulating public desire for the outrageous showman than Trump.
Hillary Clinton's campaign team went as far as roping off journalists during an Independence Day parade in New Hampshire.
We asked for it, and The Donald delivered.
Trump’s presence on the debate stage in Cleveland on August 6 will be “Must See TV” for an otherwise apathetic electorate.
Americans who identify as poor or in the lower middle class will benefit greatly from this plan.
His red meat supporters are not interested in nuance, and he has no reason to accede to the entreaties of the establishment Republicans.
Kasich has proven time and time again that he will always put the desires of wealthy special interests before the needs of the middle class.
Most presidential candidates understand they should focus on online outlets specifically targeting millennials to secure that group’s vote.
Walker has implemented a failed economic strategy that has left Wisconsin lagging behind peer states.