We consume politics like we do all other information: quickly, without depth or nuance.
With anti-establishment candidates winning in New Hampshire, perhaps we might look to politicians who suggest stability.
Sixty-five percent voted for other candidates in the New Hampshire primary, after all.
Millennials not only want an advocate for fairness, but someone who will fight corruption and inequity by example.
What would be the real result of a Sanders nomination?
Trump's recent debate performance shows how his leadership has wide appeal.
Perhaps The Donald could learn from a man who was able to unite a divided country.
Those who think his rhetoric is too strong should remember the words of Franklin Roosevelt.
After all the speculation, we have some real numbers to talk about.
The near-certain outcome of a protracted Democratic primary is a GOP victory this fall.