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Op-Ed: Donald Trump has nuked the Republican Party — now what?

Maybe the Republican Party should have figured it out back in August when Donald Trump bragged about the size of his penis. Or when he mocked a reporter with a physical disability. Or suggested that his opponent be a target for an assassin. I did.

RNC Chairman Reince Priebus threatens Cruz, Kasich with reprisal

It looks like the chairman of the Republican National Committee, Reince Priebus, seeks to pull his party together with a firm hand. Priebus has threatened members of the GOP who did not get on board and support Donald Trump, two in particular.

Buzzfeed terminates ad deal with Republican Party due to Trump

BuzzFeed announced Monday it is terminating a planned advertising deal with the Republican National Committee (RNC) because the Trump campaign "is directly opposed to the freedoms of our employees."

Op-Ed: GOP vs. the proletariat masses

New York - If the GOP throws its supporters under the bus, who will remain to elect its members to office? If the GOP is splintering, who will pick up the pieces?

Op-Ed: Uniting the Canadian right seemed like a good idea at the time

The political right in Canada celebrated when Peter MacKay sold out his Progressive Conservative Party and folded it into the upstart Canadian Alliance Party to end the vote splitting that kept handing electoral victory to the left-leaning Liberals.

Op-Ed: Judging Donald Trump by the company he keeps

An old English proverb says a man is judged by the company he keeps — some Trump supporters might begin to hope that's not true.

Op-Ed: If it's not Bernie, choose the worst

The common cliché taken as general wisdom for voters heading to ballot boxes is to “choose the lesser of evils.” But the 2016 race for the Oval Office is a unique beast that brings the supposed axiom to its knees.

Interview: Hank Jr. lets us know what he's been up to Special

Love him or hate him, Hank Williams Jr. is a national institution, as well known for his political views and extra-curricular activities as he is for his music. He tells us about his upcoming new album and what he likes most about performing live.

Op-Ed: Senator Lindsey Graham, America’s next neoconservative President?

Senator Lindsey Graham is bringing "doom and gloom" to his presidential campaign, exciting the neoconservatives, and against the will of Americans that are over the "war on terror," even as they themselves worry about terror and religious extremism.

Fox News viewers tend to be less informed, says new study

New York - A new study by Bruce Bartlett, a conservative economist, top official in the H.W. Bush administration and domestic policy adviser to Ronald Reagan, concluded that Fox News viewers tend to be less informed and engage in "self-brainwashing."

Op-Ed: Ted Cruz is 1st official 2016 prez candidate, but will fade fast

Lynchburg - U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) is the first official presidential candidate of 2016, with sources confirming that he will announce his candidacy on Monday, March 23. While Cruz will quickly falter, he does have a chance to guide the political conversation.

Op-Ed: Despite CPAC win, Rand Paul still trails Jeb Bush in pre-primary

For a third year in a row, likely 2016 Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul, senator from Kentucky and son of three-time GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul, has won the CPAC vote. But this vote does not mean electability, so Jeb Bush still leads.

Bob McDonnell receives 2-year prison term for corruption

Richmond - Former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell was sentenced to serve two years in prison today, after being found guilty on 11 charges of corruption in September 2014. He must surrender before 2 p.m. on February 9 to start serving his sentence.

Op-Ed: Mike Huckabee has an decent shot at the 2016 GOP nomination

Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee, who was briefly a top contender for the 2008 GOP presidential nomination, has quit his Fox News job to test the waters again. Though his chance of landing the nomination is slim, he's got some gas left in the tank.

Democrats in Arizona want you to vote Libertarian

As this year's election closes in, Democrats in Arizona are scrambling to get a few last minute votes. But the candidate they're trying to get people to vote for might surprise you.

GOP bails on S.C nominee after he calls homosexuals 'gremlins'

A South Carolina Republican vying for a U.S. congressional seat apparently believes gays and lesbians should be kept out of the light, never given any water and most importantly, never fed after midnight; they are "gremlins" after all.

Third party candidates kills chance of Republican Senate takeover

Chicago - The upcoming midterm elections appear to be a slam dunk once again for the long-awaited Republican takeover of the U.S. Senate. It happened twice before, once in 2010 and once again in 2012. In both elections Republicans self-destructed for one reason.

Hard-left TV pundit warns Obama against dictating immigration

Washington - Extreme-left MSNBC political pundit Ed Schultz thinks Pres. Barack Obama could be about to hand the Senate to Republicans by using so-called executive orders to distribute work-permits to millions of illegal immigrants.

Op-Ed: GOP flubs Obama impeachment by fumbling Congress' August recess

In a blow to the Republican drive to impeach President Barack Obama for alleged abuse of the executive order, Republicans in the House of Representatives have failed to pass vital legislation and are calling for Obama to use the...executive order.

Op-Ed: Perry vs. Paul battle could strengthen GOP position in 2016

Republican titans Rand Paul, outspoken libertarian U.S. senator from Kentucky, and Rick Perry, outspoken longtime governor of Texas, are taking potshots at each other. Democrats should beware of the victor coming out stronger for 2016.

Review: Can atheists be Republicans? Not if evidence matters

It is no secret that the Republican Party is the American theocratic party. They always seem to vote Bible first and ignore not only their constituents but also scientific evidence and all reason.

Op-Ed: Koch brothers donate $25 million to United Negro College Fund

Washington - It's difficult to imagine a more priceless photo than one of Senate Leader Harry Reid’s face upon learning that the billionaire industrialist Koch brothers donated $25 million to United Negro College Fund.

Op-Ed: The GOP may be reinventing themselves

The Republican Party is falling apart. On one side, you have the classic conservative majority that has been in power. On the other side, mostly younger Americans who have taken a new spin on conservatism that has everyone wondering about the future.

Facing criticism, Rand Paul starts building campaign network

Stung by criticism from Republican strategists and political observers that he has no national campaign network, backers of presidential hopeful Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) say they’re just getting started, and they’ll continue to build their organization.

Sen Rand Paul to sue Obama and NSA over 4th amendment concerns

Libertarian-leaning and likely 2016 presidential contender Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) announced plans on Wednesday to sue President Barack Obama and the NSA over Fourth Amendment violations.

Op-Ed: Obama's minimum wage attempt offers nothing for middle class

Ahead of President Obama's State of the Union address tonight, it might be helpful understand the scope of the mathematics that are being tossed around on the minimum wage question.

Rand Paul: 'There are always perceptions of what is extreme'

With The New York Times and NBC's "Meet The Press" seeking to tether him to his father's Libertarian positions, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) defended his cause and his father alike.

Op-Ed: A Republican's anti-Muslim message latest look at GOP's ugly side

When it comes to politics and to parties with members behaving in shameful ways, the GOP leads the way. Recent examples include an attack on Muslims and a congressman freeloading food yet insisting impoverished school kids should work for lunch.

Obama's 'promise zones' versus Senator Paul's 'freedom zones'

President Obama's "promise zones" very much resemble Senator Rand Paul's ideas on "economic freedom zones" the Republican introduced in Detroit in December. Is imitation flattery, as Paul insists?

In Detroit visit, Senator Rand Paul seeks diversity for the GOP

Detroit - Speaking at the opening of the Republican Party office in Detroit, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) stressed the need for the GOP to infiltrate markets the party has largely ignored.
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