A fifteen-year-old interview of Mike Pence resurfaced and made big news this week. Was it something to do with a past statement or policy contradicting one he now holds? Perhaps a damning photo? Some kind of criminal activity uncovered? Nope. It’s worse.
Amy Rosenberg from the Philadelphia Inquirer attempts to explain why Chris Christie is so angry at officials in Atlantic City.
Former Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey defends ‘stop and frisk,’ and makes the case that is legal and necessary.
Delaware Senator Chris Coons says the Senate should consider whoever President Obama nominates to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court.
Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey says Marco Rubio must win Florida to remain a viable candidate for the Republican nomination.
Chris Stigall: Hillary Clinton broke the law by setting up private email server.
Former White House Spokesperson Dana Perino thinks Hillary Clinton has a clear electoral advantage in the race for the White House.
Former NSA and CIA Director Michael Hayden stood by his comments that the military would not commit war crimes, even if they were issued by President Donald Trump.
Conservative columnist and author Ann Coulter predicts the White House is hatching a plan to take the Democratic nomination for President away from Hillary Clinton.
AB Stoddard, from The Hill, explains that the Republican Party remains in a state of panic as to how to deal with Donald Trump’s candidacy.
Conservative columnist Erick Erickson announced he will not support Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and will not vote for him if he wins the Republican nomination.
Reporter and author Matt Katz says Chris Christie’s endorsement of Donald Trump is motivated by sheer opportunism.
John Hayward from Breitbart said after final Republican debate before Super Tuesday that Donald Trump has ‘captured the spirit of the moment.’
Chris Stigall asks if President Obama wants to close Guantanamo Bay so badly, why is it still open?
National Review’s John Fund says, despite media reports, Donald Trump is not the inevitable Republican nominee.
Political pundits share their thoughts on Trump and Clinton victories over the weekend.
Two experts talk with Chris Stigall to assess the conflict between Apple and the FBI.
Princeton Professor Robert George remembered Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia as an originalist that recognized the limits placed on judges.
Chris Stigall credits Donald Trump with knocking Jeb Bush out of front-runner status for the Republican nomination for President.
Colin Hanna, the President of Let Freedom Ring, thinks the fighting at the Republican debate is embarrassing.
Pat Toomey believes national security should be the main focus of the presidential campaign.
Reporter and author tries to explain where Chris Christie’s presidential campaign fell apart.
Writer AB Stoddard says the New Hampshire Primary could preview significant problems for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
Stephen Miller attempts to explain the cultural and media phenomenon of the Bernie Sanders campaign.
Brion McClanahan, author of 9 Presidents Who Screwed Up America, voices his support for Donald Trump and thinks he will stop the slide of executive overreach.
Economist Chris Butler agrees with Bernie Sanders that the fees paid to Hillary Clinton by Goldman Sachs do look improper.
The Weekly Standard’s Jonathan Last looks ahead to the New Hampshire primary.
Experts and pundits react to the last Republican debate in Iowa with Chris Stigall
Mike McCaul, the Chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security, says the terrorist threat to Americans continues to grow.
Chris Stigall says both Donald Trump and Megyn Kelly are playing up the dispute between them to their mutual advantages.