A Republican congressman called out Donald Trump’s complaints about the nomination process being crooked as nothing more than whining.
Tuesday’s New York Post cover says it all: The New York primary could be Hillary Clinton’s race of her life.
Former president of the NAACP, Ben Jealous called out what he sees as CNN’s bias toward one presidential candidate.
After decades in Democrat politics Hillary Clinton is a master at the art of pandering.
Bill O’Reilly shot back at “the race hustlers who” criticized remarks he’d made last week about employing the ill-educated, stating that his critics “have apparently not walked the streets of poor neighborhoods lately.”
Donald Trump supporter Rudy Giuliani finally explained why he hadn’t officially endorsed Trump for president — just before he did.
“Are you an example of the America we can expect?”
Even though Donald Trump won Georgia resoundingly on Super Tuesday, Saturday’s delegate selection process in the various districts wasn’t exactly expected to go well for him.
The strain of the campaign in the hours leading up to the New York Republican presidential primary is beginning to show.
That Donald Trump isn’t kowtowing to race-baiters like Al Sharpton has Sheriff David Clarke’s seal of approval.
Religious liberty protects us all.
Donald Trump made an embarrassing gaffe at a rally Monday night in Buffalo and his detractors were quick to jump on it.