Mixing put-downs with protest, Republicans opened their national convention Monday still working to reconcile themselves to the takeover of their party by Donald Trump,
Convention organizers plot tightly scripted exercises to promote their candidates. But something always goes wrong and the potential for surprises seems even greater this year.
Some Republicans are renewing talks about trying to stage a coup at the GOP convention next month to deny Donald Trump the party’s presidential nomination.
In this riveting 5.5 minute interview, Frank Schaeffer lays out the history of the reactionary right in America, and the consequences of the alliance between evangelicals and finance capitalism.
Businessman Donald Trump spent less on political ads than his final Republican presidential opponents, even as he emerged as the presumptive nominee.
Donald Trump is creating a new Republican Party, one that is deeply pessimistic about America’s prospects at home and abroad. GOP primary voters love him for it.