Perhaps the most significant and disappointing theme that has run through not only my decades in politics, but my years afterward as a pollster and analyst, has been the GOP's increasing tendency to shy away from anyone or anything that is bold or unique. I've watched that play out once again this year, as the same old suspects have struggled with how to use, or not use, Donald Trump.
As rudeness is becoming increasingly common in our culture, Americans are finding it more difficult to work with each other. Far too many people now lack morals and manners. The U.S. has become a materialistic culture full of self-interest and lacking in respect for humanity. The outward manifestation of this is an inability to get along with others.
Real estate mogul Donald Trump doesn't think very highly of the celebrated pundit.
Trump says leaders of OPEC are "sitting around their table, setting the price of oil and laughing at us because we have no leadership."
For 60 years the National Prayer Breakfast has been a nonpolitical event where speakers put aside their earthly biases and focus on a Higher Authority.
Once again, Donald Trump trumped the rest of the world and made a grand opera out of an otherwise modestly interesting situation.
The story behind Trump's endorsement of Romney in Nevada.
"This is exactly what is wrong with politics, it's show business over substance."
"He's arrogant. And he has no reason to be arrogant."
As we find ourselves gliding through another week of political headlines, I continue to be amazed by the ream of personal attacks mounted against Herman Cain by black liberals. From calling Cain a “sell out” to “Uncle Tom” because he chooses to be a Republican doesn’t sound like progressive talk to me but rather backwards racist talk.
"The sales tax may be hard to swallow."
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