The 2016 presidential campaign has revealed previously submerged splits within two major groups of religiously oriented voters.
It has become increasingly possible that we are witnessing the death throes of the Republican Party as we have known it.
Let's discuss the land of reverse abortion bills, gun incentives, racial profiling, and right-to-work-for-less laws.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders hailed the vote for clearing a path to his winning the Democratic nomination for President.
People are beginning to take matters into their own hands. That's an emotional response difficult for politicians to channel.
Senate Republicans are flipping off the President of the United States by refusing to conduct a confirmation hearing for his nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court.
"We all win when Bernie Sanders runs. We need him to continue through the Democratic Convention and beyond."
More people are realizing that the priority for November has to be not merely stopping Trump, but stopping the Republican candidate whoever he may be.
No matter who wins the Democratic nomination, the candidate will need the enthusiasm being generated by the Sanders campaign to win in November.
"What the campaign hopes to accomplish is voter outreach with Latinos because of the influx due to the Puerto Rican financial crisis: Folks are literally fleeing to the mainland."