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Election 2020: I Can Smell the Dumpster Fires Already

Election 2020: I Can Smell the Dumpster Fires Already

  By Thomas L. Knapp American politicians can’t seem to make themselves wait until 2019 to start acting like it’s 2020. Former vice president Joe Biden wants us to know that he’s “the most qualified person in the country to be president.” Former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick “is calling close allies and informing them he […]

Who’s on Third? Not John Kasich

Who’s on Third? Not John Kasich

  By Thomas L. Knapp “I don’t think either party is answering people’s deepest concerns and needs,” Ohio governor John Kasich said in a February 25 interview on ABC News’s This Week. “I don’t think it’s going to happen tomorrow but I think over time do not be surprised if these millennials and these Gen Xers begin […]

Kasich to quit presidential race

Kasich to quit presidential race

By George Miller In another dramatic turn of events in the campaign,it appears that John Kasich will drop out of the GOP race for the presidential nomination. So far, he has won only his home state and is in a very distant and weak third place behind Donald Trump and Ted Cruz. The latter suspended his […]

John Kasich’s presidential primary challenges

John Kasich’s presidential primary challenges

By Matt Fleming . On paper, John Kasich is the presidential candidate Republicans have been waiting on for years. The Ohio governor represents an important swing state. As a member of Congress, he chaired the House Budget Committee, where he was considered the architect of the deal that balanced the federal budget. And he was instrumental […]

CNBC Unveils Qualified Candidates for Oct. 28 GOP Presidential Debate

CNBC Unveils Qualified Candidates for Oct. 28 GOP Presidential Debate

Ten candidates met the minimum polling requirement to appear on the debate’s main stage, and four more will face off in an earlier junior varsity debate. By Barry Donegan – Oct 22, 2015 CNBC announced on Wednesday that ten candidates have beaten the 2.5 percent minimum polling requirement in an average of specifically outlined national presidential preference polls, and […]