This is my last column, so I’d like to have a quick, informal chat with my dear friend, the reader.
This week's Wisconsin primary, along with the New York primary, are major contests for the 2016 primary campaigns. If Cruz and Sanders are to beat the current party front-runners, they will need major victories.
Trump's campaign manager is dangerous and disgusting.
By nominating Merrick Garland, President Obama puts Republicans in Congress in a tough position. Garland is a good choice, and it will be a shame if he is a political casualty.
Rubio is done, and, unfortunately, Trump and Clinton are taking strong steps towards the White House.
The 2016 Republican primary is now in uncharted territory.
Nick Vogt supports Sen. Bernie Sanders because he has remained consistently progressive and has always represented the best interests of all voters.
Saturday’s debate was weird, and Rubio definitely lost. The results will affect the New Hampshire primary.
Trump skipping the debate gives Cruz a potential opening.
I don’t like watching the television set and seeing potential leaders speak only to the outgoing generation, rather than the incoming generation.