Hillary Clinton

Has Donald Trump Read The Republican Platform?

On day one of his campaign Donald Trump sounded like a candidate who wanted to reconstitute the Reagan's “three-legged stool” based on “fiscal, social and sovereignty issues.” However, since those first heady weeks almost everything Trump has said has taken him further and further from those early commitments, especially on the social and cultural issues.

Trump predicts whether Clinton will be indicted

Anna Giaritelli, Washington Examiner

Donald Trump predicted fellow presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will not be indicted by the FBI for using a personal email server while secretary of state. The New York businessman told Fox News late Wednesday he believes the Democratic Party will protect the front-runner from the federal agency.

Ted Cruz Is Right – America Is At A Point Of Choosing

What’s at stake in this election is not just who will occupy the Oval Office, but what governing principles will be operative in America for the next generation. Cruz’s succinct formulation is that our goals as a government and as a conservative movement should be jobs, freedom, and security. This is about as tight a statement of the goals and credo of the winning 21st century conservative coalition that the English language will allow.

Wolf Blitzer tells Clinton, Sanders to stop 'screaming at each other'

Eliza Collins, Politico

During Thursday night’s Democrat debate, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders went at it over raising the minimum wage, getting so heated that Wolf Blitzer begged them to stop talking over each other.

Yes, Hillary Clinton Will Take Your Guns

Here's why Mrs. Clinton is so dangerous. It’s not that she has the policy on firearms ownership wrong or that her assessment of human nature is softheaded. She has the policy exactly right – if you want to impose despotism on America – and she and her supporters on the Far-Left understand that for them to take power permanently you must be disarmed.

Can Trump really win it?

W. James Antle III, Washington Examiner

The closer Donald Trump gets to the Republican presidential nomination, the worse his position in the general election appears. His unfavorable ratings are spiking, he is collapsing among female voters and he is unpopular with the young people and minorities who twice helped elect Barack Obama president.

How Ted Cruz could capture the presidency

Philip Klein, Washington Examiner

At the end of the day, Cruz is intelligent, a disciplined campaigner and a skilled debater. He has a chance to reach out to more voters through his vice-presidential pick. He can exploit Clinton's many weaknesses.