The biggest stories of the primary season have revolved around one topic: Donald Trump.
Mostly, they are variations on a theme: What can explain Donald Trump’s unprecedented popularity? 308 more words
Donald Trump may have lost the Iowa Caucuses last week, but now he’s up for an even more elusive win—the Nobel Peace Prize.
Someone has nominated the Republican presidential hopeful for the award, which has been won by luminaries including Martin Luther King, Jr., and Nelson Mandela, and… 129 more words
John Wood (ABC Economics) – In the aftermath of the Iowa caucuses, The New York Times gave insight into the race for the Republican nomination. “To win, the three leading candidates must build diverse coalitions of voters and capitalize on states where they have natural strengths”, the New York Times correspondent observed. 39 more words
I think this race could be the year we have a choice other than voting for the lesser of two evils for president. Of course every presidential race is different and there are always people who are genuinely inspired by the Republican or Democratic party’s candidate. 1,520 more words
In a move that could help shore up his support among both evangelicals and Tea Party voters, Donald Trump has gotten the endorsement of the only person in the Republican party who is perhaps more enigmatic than him — former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. 309 more words