Per Republicans, Clinton’s opponent this November apparently isn’t Donald Trump. We’re responding accordingly.
Trump’s authoritarianism bad — very bad — but apparently not as bad as Clinton. Yet.
Now is the time for anti-Trump protesters to step up their game.
Which is odd, given Rubio’s past criticism of President Obama on those precise grounds.
This military acronym perfectly describes the state of Marco Rubio’s campaign.
There’s a reason why Donald Trump’s manhood is, depressingly, a campaign issue.
Ted Cruz is busy organizing Evangelical elites who haven’t been able to lead their flocks away from Trump.
Last night’s debate was emotionally satisfying, but it’s hard to tell whether it will matter.
You play to win the game. It’s that simple.
Rubio and Cruz have more dangerous policies. Trump is a more dangerous person.
Haley’s ideological fit with Rubio seems…strained.