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“Is Western civilization, as we understood it, actually hanging in the balance?" she asked during a discussion on immigration.
The president cited a column by Pat Buchanan, who he once denounced as a "Hitler lover."
A 1999 interview shows just how much he's flip-flopped on key issues.
Donald Trump's "Meet the Press" interview in 1999 shows just how much he's changed on key issues.
Since the Democratic Party usually offers up more moderate Presidential candidates, Sanders' ideological antecedents have
The 2016 Presidential election is a watershed for two movements long marginalized by both major political parties. For the Republicans, the nomination of Donald Trump symbolized the re-emergence of paleoconservatives. On the left, the return of the progressives.
Thirty-four years ago, a former Jesuit priest threw an incendiary device into the world of televised political talk shows. He was John McLaughlin, host of "The McLaughlin Group," who has died at the age of 89.
Let's take it one step further. Based on the plain language of 40(b), at least one hour in advance of a nominating speech
Donald Trump stood up the Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) this weekend because the optics of a hostile reception would have been terrible for him. Instead he went to Wichita, but he still lost Kansas to Ted Cruz. 
2014-02-03-BothSidesNowLogoPlaincolhirescopy1.jpgFrum and Karina discuss if Trump is the 2016 version of the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man in Ghostbusters -- white, ominous and yuge. Then three Qs: Is Cruz any more electable? What happens if GOP breaks apart? Is the label "fascist" still unPC?
Republican Presidential candidate Ted Cruz is taking heat for dirty tricks allegedly orchestrated by his campaign. The tactics used by the Cruz campaign are reminiscent of those used in previous political campaigns, sometimes without even the knowledge of the candidate.
Instead of working through the center, Sanders could effectuate coalitions of the progressive left and the Tea Party Right. The opposition would come from the center-left and from the center-right in both parties.
Trump's supporters point to Ronald Reagan's signing (as governor) liberalized abortion into California law. But Reagan's
There already was a disconnect between many of the long-time leaders of Christian political activism like Farris along with
Sanders and Trump are driving the political debate. Sanders may be a socialist, but issues he's raising have broad appeal within the Democratic Party base.Trump has tapped into resentments toward corporate and financial elites that have a long history within the GOP.
"When he calls Mexicans rapists and murderers, he is dog-whistling in a very clear way to this far-right constituency."
Of course if the "short-fingered vulgarian" -- to borrow a Spy Magazine term of endearment for Mr. Trump -- runs as a Independent, then, as in 1992 (when Ross Perot stole huge numbers of the GOP vote), the Republicans don't have a prayer, no matter whom they run.

After cop videos, #blacklivesmatter, Charleston massacre/eulogy/flag -- oh, and a Black president -- Matalin and LaMarche debate if we're starting the biggest conversation on race since the Kerner Commission. Also, who will be the bloviating blond's Joe Welch or are Trump and GOP nativist base inseparable?