Joe Biden

Run, Joe, Run

George Neumayr, The American Spectator

Well, it would be amusing — Biden vs. Trump, and even better if another empty suit like Kamala Harris joins him. Drunk on the media’s praise, Biden may take the plunge. (Saturday Night Live, to its credit, isn’t joining in this chorus, mocking the notion that “it’s Biden time” in a skit last week about a geriatric, stale Democratic Party.) But if he does run, one suspects his faux-pensive “regret that I am not president” would quickly give way to a real regret that he didn’t quit while he was ahead.

Dick Morris: Hillary Could be Replaced by Biden

Newsmax

She won't withdraw unless he has to. But anxious Democrats will be so worried if she fails to be able to campaign and her health escalates as an issue that they might bring unbearable pressure on her to step aside. Be careful what you wish for. Biden would be a lot harder to beat than Hillary.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Establishment’s last shot fails to bag Ted Cruz

Thursday's debate proved there's plenty of life without Donald Trump. Plus, Crazy conspiracy theory: Trump is looking for an exit strategy; Death March of the undercard former Iowa winners; Candidates enjoy a seven-on-none power play against Trump, don’t even shoot the puck; With Trump gone, it was kick Ted Cruz night; Establishment vs. establishment, everyone loses, and, Summing it up – let’s get it started already.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Donald Trump won the Fox Business debate, but is he eligible?

Donald Trump narrowly “won” Thursday night’s debate, but Ted Cruz held his own. Plus, Time to end the undercard debates; Trump and Cruz’s exchanges were entertaining but with no resolution; Why Ted Cruz feels so comfortable in debates; Ben Carson is the Republican race’s good guy with a troubled campaign; Establishment melt-down. Jeb disengages but Christie and Rubio jump in, and, Summing it up – time for choosing is at hand.