The current Democratic debate schedule is geared toward protecting Clinton's lead in the polls.
If there's one thing Trump does know, it's how to sell himself.
Both party establishments seem to ignore the current reality.
In her column on Latino support for Trump, Peggy Noonan uses only anecdotal experience and questionable polling.
We do not know enough about Carson's policies and views to rank him as a serious contender.
The more things change, they more they stay the same.
Is there historic precedent for Donald Trump, Ben Carson or Carly Fiorina?
Choosing Sanders in 2016 gives Democrats a viable alternative to politics as usual.
Could West snag the same bloc that has sent Trump soaring to the top of the polls?
Perhaps Clinton's sinking poll numbers and a Trump-led GOP field offer a pathway to victory.