Donald Trump has locked up a majority of the delegates. He will be the Republican presidential nominee in 2016.
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Despite its appearance near the bottom of the ballot, 75 percent of Georgia GOP primary voters this week supported additional school choice options when voting on a non-binding ballot question. More Republicans answered the ballot question than cast votes in the U.S. Senate race, which was placed at the top of the ballot. There is an open voting […]Read More →
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says he supports price controls for drugs in California, but doctors in the state say the proposal is deeply flawed.Read More →
This ‘nonpartisan’ Government Accountability Board retread has a very partisan past, as underscored by court documents obtained by Wisconsin Watchdog.Read More →
Vermont’s Republican leaders appeared to be warming to presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump as they voted Saturday to send 13 delegates to the Republican National Convention.Read More →
Christopher Kendall’s May 12 piece in the Federalist suffers from a common fallacy of modern political writing. It fails to define its terms, and so leaves everyone open to applying their own meanings to his words. Invoking Otto von Bismarck’s famous “art of the possible” admonition, Kendall scolds supposed extremists on both ends of the political […]Read More →