Biographer David Maraniss has a great idea. The author is urging all five living former presidents to issue a joint statement calling on racist Donald Trump to resign.
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter was receiving hospital care on Thursday after becoming dehydrated at a charity house-building project in Canada, but he is doing "OK," Habitat for Humanity said.
Cruz and Christie are doing more to discredit their own campaigns than they are doing to malign Carter's legacy.
Former President Jimmy Carter held a press conference to discuss the spread of his cancer that inspired with the former president's intelligence, humility and dignity.
Americans need to realize that if the racial direction of our country continues to roar down the tracks unabated, similar terrorism will become commonplace throughout the USA.
During an appearance on Fox News' The Kelly File Thursday night, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) criticized Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) for agreeing with President Obama's decision to normalize the United States' relationship with Cuba.
After President Obama announced a new policy shift with Cuba Wednesday, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) led the predictable Republican outrage. Specifically, Rubio called Obama a weak negotiator and said Congress will not lift the embargo.
All the talk of a Republican takeover of the US Senate after this year's midterms may have been a bit premature as a new poll in Georgia shows that Democratic candidate Michelle Nunn holds a three-point lead over Republican nominee David Perdue for Georgia's open Senate seat.
Here is something that you might have never guessed in a million years. According to a new book by Larry Sabato, Jimmy Carter is the most threatened ex-president in US history.
The 39th President and devout Christian addressed a human rights event and lashed out at all religious doctrines that contribute to political leaders passively accepting violence against women.
Thursday marks the dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, not to mention a think tank. What a waste of money.
Ever since Democrats passed the Civil Rights Act and championed policies supporting minorities, whites have been defecting from the party.
I paid a recent visit to an Upstate South Carolina Republican Party Headquarters to look at its campaign literature. FreedomWorks dominated.
Deval Patrick issued a fiery call to Democrats to rally around Obama, implying that Romney is more interested in having the job than doing it
Tuesday is the opening day of the Democratic Convention. The speakers must speak the truth. The Bush administration screwed everything up.
The imminent threat from Iran that Republicans like to fear monger about has existed since Ronald Reagan, and the surest way to blow up the world is to allow the GOP to bomb Iran.
Gallup has released their 2010 poll of the most popular presidents of the last 50 years. While the two names at the top, John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan, should surprise no one, George W. Bush made his first appearance on the list, and promptly established himself as the least popular living former president.
Former President Jimmy Carter was on CNN’s Reliable Sources today where he took aim at both Fox News and Glenn Beck for what he described as deliberately distorting the news. Carter said,”The talk shows with Glenn Beck and others on Fox News, I think, have deliberately distorted the news.”