Authors Posts by John Cortez
Republican frontrunner Donald Trump tough rhetoric on immigration didn't hurt him among Latino voters in Nevada. In fact, most Latino Republicans rallied behind Donald Trump yesterday evening, with the majority of Latinos voting for Trump.
A new poll indicates Hillary Clinton is now losing ground to Bernie Sanders in states once considered to be Hillary Clinton strong holds.
A fight between two politicians in Dallas broke out earlier today during a debate. Police were called to the gospel radio station to break up the fight.
A women who publicly accused Bill Clinton in 1999 of raping her says Hillary Clinton tried to silence her about the incident and felt obligated to speak out against the Clintons. She says she doesn't identify herself with any one political party but plans to back Donald Trump.
President Obama, referred to as “deporter-in-chief" by the nation’s largest latino organization, plans to deport hundreds of families, a move that could shake up the politics of 2016 election surrounding immigration. Obama’s move is a sign that Democrats are feeling bullish after Donald Trump’s rhetoric, but it could back fire.
Jeb Bush continues his downward spiral in new poll released by CNN. This time Jeb falls behind Chris Christie and Rand Paul. By contrast, Donald Trump is 39 points ahead of his nearest rival.
After a wave of backlash from readers, the Washington Post took down an editorial cartoon from its website portraying Ted Cruz’s daughters as trained monkeys and replaced with a note from the Post’s editor, Fred Hiatt.
Republican Presidential candidate Ted Cruz acknowledge in secret recording that he does not actually believe what he is telling Republican voters and that if elected president, a Ted Cruz administration would not fight same-sex marriage. He also admitted he would change positions on issues like abortion and common core.
During a campaign event in Rochester, New Hampshire, Marco Rubio criticized Senator Rand Paul for his record on national security and, simultaneously, praised Lindsey Graham record on national security.
As the year comes to end, no candidate could be more happy to put it behind him than former Florida Governor Jeb Bush. The Bush campaign has had some major set backs as a result of attacks from Republican front-runner Donald whose label the former governor as “low energy”. But there are signs in New Hampshire that people might still take him serious.