Cruz finally locked horns with Trump, answering birther claims by saying Trump has New York values. The backlash left Cruz acting the victim
Rand Paul gave the finger to everyone else for his failed campaign, staging a virtual rally at Twitter for those few who still care
Marco Rubio goes all tin foil hat on Obama and guns and four other reasons to be glad that you didn't watch the Fox Business Debate.
The Fox Business debate is proving that Republicans are dead set on nominating a candidate that will get crushed by Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders in November.
While the Republican candidates were embarrassing themselves on CNN, Hillary Clinton was busy embarrassing them on Twitter
Tuesday's Republican debate was another rigged debate, in which Republicans incessant whining about actual questions from journalists drove CNN to game the ref with conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt.
Do you remember the GOP’s password for their last debate? For the Republicans as we all know, the Benghazi hoax, the whole election process so far, has been about stopping Hillary Clinton. They couldn’t be any clearer about this:
Entitlements were under siege last night, as were any services to the poor. It wasn't a debate; it was an homage to wealth and bigotry.
28 percent of Republican primary voters felt Trump won the debate. The next closest candidate was Marco Rubio with 23 percent saying he won.
Post Republican debate, reporters expressed concern with how pleased the Republican candidates were with the moderators.
Bernie Sanders won the Republican debate, if you use Twitter as your metric. Hillary Clinton was right after him. In fact, the most popular candidate tweets during the GOP debate came from the two Democratic front-runners for president.
Every single Republican in the main Republican debate tonight said they oppose raising the minimum wage.
Mike Huckabee has amply demonstrated has lack of presidential bona fides over the span of two debates and appalling comments in between
There are more insults than substance to the GOP's post-debate rhetoric, with Trump leading the way, but hardly alone
It did not take long for Roger Ailes to realize his viewer agreed with Trump, and so he picked up the phone and surrendered
The New York Times' Jeremy Peters complains the Fox News moderators had just one purpose on debate night: "Make them squirm"
If the conservative media and the GOP establishment take down Trump, he may decide to deliver payback by running a spoiler campaign.
A Gravis Marketing poll found that according to registered Republican voters, Rand Paul was the biggest loser in Thursday's GOP debate.
Marco Rubio supports government enforced childbirth for rape and incest victims who get pregnant through no fault of their own.
Megyn Kelly managed to arouse not only Donald Trump's ire last night, but earned the epithet "bimbo" from irate Trumpites