Australian Roger Pugh reviews the New Hampshire primary results and commends the U.S. for not settling on a dull race between just a Clinton and a Bush. And for also not firing guns in the process.
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: Cruz shouts in Spanish at Rubio, more damn emails, and we say bye-bye to Carly Fiorina wondering if her departure is the death of conservative feminism.
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: While Trump had the weirdest set of endorsements this week, lets not ignore the fact that Hillary is trying to tap into the Instagram generation with Demi Lovato.
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: The campaign videos and viral snippets that are coming out of the U.S. this past week could be described in one word—disturbing!
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: The word to describe the past week in U.S. politics is “demeaning” … from Hillary Clinton’s health claims to Ben Carson dealing with kids.
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: Who was the fundraising winner of 2015, Trump/Clinton friendship, Jeb Bush cancels TV ads, and Carly Fiorina’s backing of the wrong sports team.
Australian Roger Pugh takes another look at Donald Trump and discovers that he might be a bastion for good after all.
The ‘Weak’ in U.S. Politics: Trump fails at speaking Yiddish, Carson’s comeback, Sanders sues the DNC, and Lindsey Graham (remember him?) drops out.
Mark Gundy reviews the path Donald Trump has deliberately taken, examines why this strategy is resonating with voters, and foresees that Trump will win the White House by a landslide.
Sean Davis examines the most recent GOP debate and calls it for what it was: flash over substance.