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The GOP presidential hopeful and former congressman has a long history of racism, including claiming Obama was Muslim and using a racist slur in tweets.
Biden trumpeted a fight for the "soul of the nation." The Mooch said he's still a Republican, and is searching for a GOP candidate to challenge Trump, who has "lost his mind."
The former Massachusetts governor says there are plenty of other good reasons to oppose the president’s re-election, including ongoing state and federal probes.
Let me tell you about a hypothetical election between two candidates (A and B), who both happen to be very real. See if you can decide who would do the best job of the two of them.
However, what is most frightening about this year's political rhetoric is not just the severe language, but the droves of
As a nation, we are dragging ourselves to the finish line, exhausted and full of mud, and we are counting down each day until we arrive at November 8th. We want to be put out of our misery.
A career Republican, Ron Paul decided to run for president on the Libertarian Party ticket in 1988. Although Ron Paul lost the GOP nomination to John McCain 20 years later in 2008, the OB/GYN and Congressman won his House re-election race in Texas's 14th District.
Listening to the presidential candidates speak is painful. More time is spent bashing the other party than anything else
He may have taken the former president's slogan, but the difference between the two is staggering.
RD: Because John Kennedy is not running, Ronald Reagan is not running, Martin Luther King is not running, or anybody I think
My mother told me that people would not understand what I had and would make judgments about me. She told me I would have to stop doing some things like riding my bike, and I might not be able to drive -- that they would have to see how the medicine worked.
American voters are fed up with politicians. Seemingly, they do not trust and will oppose anyone who is a professional politician. Why?
The Democrats still have a primary battle going on between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, while Trump seems to have sewn up the GOP nomination. So why are Democrats more upbeat about their contest, while Republicans seem even more nervous about their primary situation?
Powerful and fit like a boxer, 43-year-old Hispanic/Native American Presidential candidate Robert Ornelas uses music to rap
JF: How do you handle that? JF: What three things would you focus on as POTUS? JRM: I've traveled to Mexico and Canada! JRM
I interviewed James Hedges, Prohibition Party candidate for President of the United States to find out why he was running for POTUS.
J: So who does that land belong to? The American Indians? D: Absolutely. J: So are you saying the National Parks are illegally
As the official mascot of the GOP, I hereby revoke permission for my image, including photos of my trunk, tusks or either of my ears -- or those of any of my fellow pachyderms -- to be shown on your campaign buttons, posters, T-shirts or coffee mugs.
Disappointed in your "two choices" for President of the United States? Don't like the Tea Party, Green Party, Libertarian Party or any party for that matter? How about voting for a write-in candidate?