Bernie Sanders endorsed Hillary Clinton for president on Tuesday, standing side-by-side with the presumptive Democratic nominee at an event intended to unify Democrats. In congratulating Clinton on her victory, the Vermont senator effectively ended his own long primary campaign [continue reading].
Watch our musical ‘Top 10 Donald Look-A-Likes!“ … and people who look like [continue reading].
Trump can win this thing. First the Republican nomination, and then the presidency. Here’s how it happens. The nomination is actually the easy bit: The prediction markets already have him at a 50% chance of winning the Republican nomination, far ahead of anybody else, and [continue reading].
Yesterday I re-blogged two article’s suggesting that Donald Trump announced his candidacy as a ruse to help Hillary Clinton secure the title of President of The United States. When a friend first emailed me a link to the article by J.K. Trotter published in the Gawker, [continue reading].
The first Republican debate of the 2016 campaign appeared to leave the nomination contest just as it was before. Donald Trump brought to Thursday’s debate the same sharp tongue and controversial style that has propelled him to the top of the polls in the Republican race. He [continue reading].