The debate was crazy — disgraceful, really — but Marco Rubio was able to reveal the emptiness of Donald Trump’s health-care proposal.
Some Democrats may be secretly rooting for Donald Trump because they think he is the least electable Republican nominee.
Donald Trump and Marco Rubio respond to questions at separate “town hall meetings.”
As you watch Ted Cruz weasel around the issues, you find that you don’t like him either.
The candidate succeeds because of the debased standards of factual accuracy and logic that the world applies to him.
There were no big winners or losers, but many highlights and lowlights.
Some of our top political thinkers are trying to figure out why Trump continues to defy expectations.
We should stop calling these things “debates.” In a real debate, there is a proposition, and the arguments are pro and con, relative to the proposition.
We should spend our Carson time vetting his policy proposals.
Ornstein doesn’t think the election of House Speaker Paul Ryan solved anything.
This isn’t how it would work in the imagined society of substance-oriented citizens, but we get what we got.
A new poll shows, for the first time, Carson leading the field nationally for the Republican nomination.
Trump’s latest expostulations of verbal diarrhea did impress me as possibly crossing that line.
After Thursday’s GOP debate, it’s possible that the Great Trump Scare of 2015 is over.
Carson, a retired neurosurgeon, has become a well-known proponent for conservative family issues.