2016 Election

The writing has been on the wall for a while that former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders would have to concede to rival Hillary Clinton and it happened today. Sanders officially endorsed Clinton for president and vowed to help her take down Donald Trump. CNN has all the details regarding today’s game-changing announcement, as well […]

This election year has to be one of the craziest and most ridiculous races in recent memory. In the latest bout of GOP ridiculousness, a Tennessee Congressional candidate caused a major uproar when he displayed a racist campaign sign.   According to various reports, independent candidate Rick Tyler, who is currently in the race for […]

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz both lead their competitors in Tuesday's presidential primary race in Wisconsin, but they may face significant obstacles in the battle for the nomination, which comes in just three months, according to The Associated Press.

POTUS warns Americans to pay attention to the upcoming election and what that means for the country's relationship with other nations.

After vowing to support the eventual Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz appeared to back down from the pledge during a Tuesday night town hall broadcast on CNN, according to NBC News.

Since Donald Trump entered the 2016 presidential race, it has been difficult to determine if life is imitating art or if art is imitating life. In either case, the Republican presidential front-runner's foreign policy plan, which was released over the Easter holiday, is a dead ringer for something that could have been released by his transgressive political double on Netflix: Frank Underwood, the fictitious president on House Of Cards, who is played by actor Kevin Spacey.

Racially charged violence seems to be an ongoing trend at events for the GOP frontrunner.

Insults flew between the candidates, while Trump sadly defended his penis size.

Critics clapback saying that Americans deserve a president who isn't afraid to condemn white supremacists and hate groups.

“Nobody has been able to sit down with him and have him get one iota of intelligent information about the Middle East,” said Duane R. Clarridge, a top adviser to Mr. Carson on terrorism and national security.