At one time, Jeb Bush was the man with all the money, top name recognition and a clear shot for his party’s presidential nomination. But did all the money cloud Bush’s political judgment?
As Bernie Sanders builds on his strong message of a political revolution, U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison and the National Union of Healthcare Workers recently endorsed the Vermont Senator for president.
Donald Trump has grown an empire of power and wealth, but he is a narcissist. Darlene Lancer discusses the narcissistic illusion of grandiosity—because there is great disparity between what they show the world and what goes on inside.
A new analysis conducted by Grammarly, a proofreading app, analyzed the spelling and grammar of comments on each presidential candidate’s Facebook page. Guess which political party’s supporters made mistakes at nearly twice the rate of the other?
While Hillary Clinton is well aware of the legal and moral issues regarding the Moroccan occupation of the Western Sahara, why does she continue to show support for the autocratic monarchy?
While Donald Trump would like to send himself and his money directly to the Oval Office in Jan. 2017, Nomi Prins breaks down Trump’s finances and the art of ignoring conflicts and contradictions.
While Bernie Sanders distanced himself from organized religion, he recently used his speaking engagement at Liberty University as an opportunity to locate points of connection with his audience. But did it work?
Bernie Sanders is the first major presidential candidate to walk a picket line while campaigning since Robert Kennedy in 1968 after doing so with Native Americans on their reservation in Iowa. Is he setting the pace for other candidates?