Can Trump actually peel away a big chunk of Sanders supporters? Let's ask Betteridge!
Sure, Trump will probably have the most votes of any GOP winner by the end of this. He'll also have the most votes against him.
Make a little Trump Tower of delegates to see if you can get the guy the nomination.
How a candidate picks a vice president (and why Cruz's pick was awfully fast).
"You will write bad, and I will tweet badly about The Times. And that is what we do. We play the game."
I ... did not know that this was called "The Washington Post March."
While the exorcism thing was in edits, I took some time to make fun of Obama's favorite American things.
Here is politics news: I asked an exorcist how to get Satan out of Ted Cruz, in case John Boehner's right.
About the odd super-PAC-to-super-PAC gift last June that helped keep Fiorina's White House hopes alive.
No one really cared about Fred Cruise's announcement about Charlie Fierstein.
Boehner calls Ted Cruz "Lucifer in the flesh," which seems a bit loaded.
Congratulations to The Washington Post for getting to star in another dumb election-vote-fraud conspiracy theory.
Trump will likely beat the record for most votes in a GOP primary (because so many more people are voting).
It's worth remembering just how hypocritical Dennis Hastert was as an elected leader.
Hastert asked the former legislator earlier this year if he would write a letter of support for his sentencing, but Tom Cross by then was aware of his brother's allegation and did not respond, according to sources.
In other words, Hastert asked the brother of one of his alleged victims to write a letter of support for his criminal case.
Trump's dismissal of Clinton missed the mark in a lot of different ways.
Last night, Bernie Sanders' way of talking about the rest of the Democratic contest changed.
Your periodic reminder: 'Millennial' is a made-up designation rendering detailed number-crunching silly.
Let us talk about that VandeHei editorial about a third-party president.