Queue 'Headlines'

  • Daniel Larison, The American Conservative

    This is obviously nonsense, but let’s go through it step by step to appreciate fully why it can’t possibly work. The protest candidate will likely start off with far fewer resources than the major candidates, virtually no national name recognition, and practically no campaign infrastructure. The protest candidate isn’t going to “challenge Clinton” in purple and blue states. He is going to deliver those states to her on a silver platter.

  • Kerry Picket, The Daily Caller

    “I am not ready to support Speaker Ryan’s agenda. Perhaps in the future we can work together and come to an agreement about what is best for the American people. They have been treated so badly for so long that it is about time for politicians to put them first!” Trump said in a statement.

  • Cathy Burke, NewsMax

    According to the report 57 percent of Americans want the United States to deal with its own problems, while letting other countries get along as best they can; just 37 percent say America should help other countries deal with their problems.

  • Ann Coulter, Human Events

    A guy just won the Republican nomination for president by spending no money, hiring no pollsters, running virtually no TV ads, and just saying what he truly believed no matter how many times people told him he couldn’t say that. Coulter says I always hoped I’d see this once before I died, so pay attention, because it’s the last time we’re going to see it in our lifetimes.

  • Jay D. Homnick, The American Spectator

    When Donald Trump announced his candidacy in June 2015, columnist Ann Coulter said on a TV interview she thought he would win. The audience burst into gales of rippling laughter. A scant eleven months later, Ms. Coulter may be forgiven for returning the laugh.

  • FoxNews.com

    A South Carolina parole board's decision to grant early release for a teenager who served just one year of a five-year sentence on a gun charge rattled local law enforcement because authorities said the teen was attracted to the Islamic State and plotted to kill U.S. troops in North Carolina. The teenager was identified as an American citizen whose family is from Syria.

  • Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

    The Bushes have many fine qualities. Losing well, however, is not one of them. And they have to know, whether they concede it or not, that Trump’s triumph is a sweeping repudiation of Bush Republicanism by the same party that nominated them four times for the presidency.

  • Steve Berman, The Resurgent

    Cruz had everything going against him and still nearly won. If there is a story here, it’s this: In 1976, Ronald Reagan nearly beat Gerald Ford, an incumbent president, for the GOP nomination. In 1980, after 4 years of Carter, he won in a landslide.

  • Nick Gass, Politico

    Fox News' Sean Hannity said Thursday night he is no longer "ready to support" Paul Ryan after the House speaker, in a stunning political development, said he wasn't yet on board with Donald Trump as the Republican nominee.

  • Philip Klein, Washington Examiner

    Mitt Romney said at a dinner in Washington on Thursday night that he had no intention of supporting presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, and said he was "dismayed" by what he saw as a drift toward "demagoguery and populism" in both parties.

  • Niall Stanage, The Hill

    Donald Trump faces an unforgiving electoral map as he seeks to win the White House.Yet there is a plausible path to victory for the businessman over likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, if he is able to repair his image among key voting blocs such as Hispanics.

  • Brandon Morse, RedState

    While Trump has stated that there is a 40% chance that he will pick his VP among his 16 defeated opponents, the fact that he’s also considering a Democrat for VP only lends weight to everything those 16 opponents had said about him at one point in time, and only solidifies the claims of the Never Trump movement.

  • Scott McConnell, The American Conservative

    The first point to make is that the Republican establishment deserved to lose.  large segment of its regular voters have experienced a massive sociological decline in wages, life chances, and life expectancy. The only significant thing the national GOP has accomplished since the millennium is starting the Iraq war. If ever a defeat was richly deserved, it was this one.

  • Alex Pappas, The Daily Caller

    With Donald Trump now the presumptive Republican nominee for president, the veepstakes are now underway.

  • Andrew Langer, The American Spectator

    Ted Cruz achieved stunning victories in states where the economy is dominated by agriculture, Trump has defied logic by racking up wins in states like Georgia, Missouri, and clinching the GOP nomination in, of all places, Indiana!