And pricing is part of the fan-friendly approach, too. Tickets for the March 18 and 19 series of races start at $10 and top
Donald Trump's assertion that he could stand on Fifth Avenue and shoot someone, and his groupies would still support him, was met with outrage on the part of other Republican Presidential wannabees.
With presidential primaries fast approaching, Republican voters should be asking themselves a few provocative questions about their front-runners and their party. Are conservatives in the United States so bereft of ideas that their only response to global climate change is to pretend it doesn't exist?
Donald Trump is a more of a persona than a logician. He's bold, unafraid to speak his mind. It would be erroneous to construe this boldness as a virtue, however -- it's more like he simply has no filter and takes pride in being insensitive and ignorant.
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson is facing some heat for his recent comments on refugees.
We have passed laws forbidding discrimination against people because of their color or sexual orientation, but those laws are under attack now. This fear-driven backlash has twisted discrimination into a freedom of religion.
Hearing an African American presidential candidate compare the mild health care reform provisions of the Affordable Care Act to slavery is hyperbole that is worth paying attention to.
"We have made more of an effort to get to other places where other people aren’t necessarily going to be."
Unfortunately right now we've only seen the revenue side from the Republican candidates. What about the expense side? How do we know if the tax revenues proposed are sufficient? What expenses will be cut?
Democrats that bash, ignore, or are lukewarm toward Clinton do nothing to inspire and motivate the Democratic base. Instead they deflate them, and that's before even the first Democratic debate. They do this at their peril.
Summer is normally a drowsy, dull time in the news business. Papers struggle on a diet of shark sightings and weather stories, waiting for things to pick up after Labor Day. But this summer was different.
Trump and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson have no defined program on education, health care, the economy and foreign policy. Yet they ride high at the top of the GOP polls. They're at the top by tossing out pithy, outrageous, and bombastic sounding quips on any and everything that comes to mind with full knowledge they will grab headlines and draw even more rapturous applause from the anti-Obama loathers.
Ben Carson: You Can 'Make The Unemployment Rate Anything You Want It To Be'
Dr. Ben Carson on Sunday defended President Obama against criticism that he was too inexperienced to be president, and later suggested that certain scientific ideas, like evolution, were simply "propaganda."
Ben Carson Completely Defends His Comparison Of U.S. To Nazi Germany on CNN's Wolf Blitzer
Rothman sent an email affirming Carson's right to speak as a private citizen but noting that his recent comments were inconsistent
I cringed when I heard Dr. Ben Carson give his reasons for opposing same-sex marriage even as the Supreme Court is considering the matter as a civil rights or states' rights issue. Is a same-sex couple who lives in New York any less married if they move to South Carolina?
Dr. Ben Carson, a black Johns Hopkins University neurosurgeon and conservative favorite after challenging President Barack
Perhaps Downton Abbey is not the show for Mr. Beckham after all. Maybe the similar Masterpiece drama, Upstairs Downstairs