Orwellian echoes in Cleveland, where two plus two equals five.
The GOP has been gutted. All it can do is reflect Trump’s ugly, erratic id.
Nobody who would be a clear asset to his campaign is willing to join it, and none of his short-listers is clearly worse than the others.
Will the right fall in line behind him—or make #NeverTrump a rallying cry?
At Saturday night's debate, Republicans wanted Marco Rubio to soar and Donald Trump to stumble. The opposite happened.
Donald Trump is beginning to realize he might lose, but the GOP establishment is still on the ropes.
Thrust into the limelight by Donald Trump's absence, Cruz gave his worst performance of the cycle at Thursday night's debate.
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Prayer would be a safer bet than the strategies the party is actually employing.
And they can't seem to shake it.
The hope was that Rubio would rise and Cruz and Trump would stumble. That didn't happen.
Short of a Rubio miracle, party insiders will need to start thinking about which of two evils they fear less.
Saturday's debate is a chance for Clinton, Sanders, and O'Malley to deflate the Republicans' politics of paranoia.
Only xenophobia and blustering rhetoric set their ideas apart from Hillary Clinton's.