The Palmetto state appears to be an imperative stopover for anybody who has even remotely thought about entering the 2016 Republican presidential primary.
Jeb Bush has dipped to 4th place in a recent poll, and he also seems to be losing out to other candidates on the fundraising front.
In an interview with Glenn Beck, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker suggested that he wants to find ways to further limit legal immigration.
A CNN/ORC poll released on Monday finds Hillary Clinton is still dominating the Republican field in the 2016 presidential race.
Walker throws facts and history to the wind as he talks up a fantasy GOP with common sense that nowhere exists and has no chance of existing
While Jeb Bush is often portrayed by the media as the "moderate" Republican candidate, there is nothing moderate about his proposal to raise the social security retirement age.
Hillary Clinton hopes the Supreme Court will come down on the side of same-sex couples being guaranteed the constitutional right to marry.
Everyone expected Hillary Clinton to hop on a plane and head to Iowa for the first event of her presidential campaign. Instead, Clinton and staff ditched the media, hopped in a van, and are road tripping it to Iowa.
Ted Cruz, like every other Republican, hates being quoted, and it's never his fault that he said it, but the media's fault for reporting it
Crass ignorance is enshrined in the Iowa Calendar as Family Leader invites GOP presidential hopefuls to spew to the delight of the base
With higher than normal turnout, Ferguson, Missouri added two African-American representatives to the city council on Tuesday night.
Springfield voters repealed a non-discrimination ordinance on Tuesday, but the vote was very close in the Bible Belt community.
It would be a real shame if Emanuel, one of the key architects in tilting Chicago's economy toward the vested interests of the white one percent, ironically profits from his own machinations with a rubber stamp from Chicago's black community.
Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz will launch his first Campaign ads for the 2016 presidential campaign during Easter Weekend.
while speaking in Utah, President Obama announced a new program that will combat climate change while training 75,000 veterans for jobs in the solar industry.
A Washington Post-ABC News Poll shows Hillary Clinton leading each of her likely Republican opponents by double digits.
A PPP poll shows Ted Cruz pulling into contention with Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush.
Even if they put Jeb Bush at the top of the ticket, Republicans are in obvious danger of losing Florida once again.
Murphy's candidacy gives the Democrats strong odds of winning the Senate seat held by Republican Senator Marco Rubio.
"I am running for president and I hope to earn your support," Ted Cruz tweeted last night. Does he really think he can get it?