Despite what many conservatives think, the immigrant vote is up for grabs. But if we continue to bash immigrants, à la Donald Trump, it won’t be up for grabs for long.
A new Democratic attack ad aims to link Donald Trump's views on immigration to other GOP candidates.
Democrats say that Jeb Bush's comment that 'people need to work longer hours' is a slam at American workers and the first real gaffe of his campaign. Bush says he meant that part-time workers should be able to go full time if they want.
As he draws massive crowds in his bid to seize the Democratic presidential nomination from Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders makes for an easy comparison to McCarthy and his insurgent presidential run in 1968.
Over years of dispute, backers and foes of same-sex marriage switched views on whether the issue should be left up to the states, confirming Miles's Law: 'Where you stand depends on where you sit.'
Conflicts Donald Trump created with his negative comments about Mexican immigration and other issues are likely to get worse. Other Republican presidential candidates are scrambling to distance themselves from Trump.
A plurality of American voters identify themselves as Independents, eschewing the two major political parties. Still, more voters are registering as Democrats than as Republicans, which could impact the 2016 presidential race.