According to preliminary Nielsen numbers, 26 million viewers tuned into the star-studded opening night of the DNC – three million more than the Republican gathering took in.
It is downright stupid, and crazy, for gay Log Cabin Republicans to cling to the GOP or expect it to change and support LGBT equal rights.
On Monday, a unified Democratic Party will travel to Philadelphia to deliver a positive message to the voters: America is already great.
He will take the stage on Thursday and say, "I am your voice." But we've known Donald Trump for a long time. We know what he stands for. A speech in Cleveland won't change that.
As Mike Pence introduces himself to the country on Wednesday night, it's important we don't lose sight of what he really is: a right-wing extremist that has no business being Vice President of the United States.
Paul Ryan's speech wasn't just the oratorical version of NyQuil, but it was also one big attempt to revise history in his party's favor – and it failed big time.
The dreadful first night of the RNC – from chaos on the floor, to Rudy Giuliani shouting onstage, to Melania reading from Michelle Obama's 2008 speech – is likely just a taste of what's to come for the Trump campaign.
If you're not terrified, you aren't paying attention.
The GOP spent the first night of the RNC recycling one if its favorite (and discredited) attack lines of the 2012 presidential campaign.
Voters shouldn't forget all the ways the presumptive GOP nominee has already damaged America's national security.
It all started with Paul Manafort, Trump's "campaign manager", accusing Ohio's Republican Governor and previous 2016 Republican primary candidate John Kasich of refusing to endorse Trump because he wants to be the President.
It is the actions of their own party that have made police work more dangerous than it should be.
Republicans inadvertently draw extra attention to Donald Trump's flaming racism with a sign that suggests (surely incorrectly) they are segregating people.
Republicans will end up with a platform that will be Victorian in its moralizing and deeply critical the modern American family.
In a letter dated July 12, for a convention that starts days away on July 18, the RNC sent a letter to billionaire Sheldon Adelson begging for 6 million dollars.
Clinton hopes to blunt any possible momentum that Donald Trump may get out of the Republican National Circus – er, Convention – in Cleveland.
"Trump exposes the GOP as America’s institution of bigotry, dishonesty, ignorance, warmongering and cruelty against the vulnerable and powerless."
The fact that the RNC is putting a black man who thought Rand Paul had a good message for African-American voters in charge of their messaging to "black media" is reason number one to be dubious that this will work.
The Republican establishment is facing a revolt of its base and the only solution seems to be a top-down coup against the beast it created
The RNC would have you believe only Republicans can keep you safe, but the facts dating back to 2001 show the opposite to be true