Trump buries hatchet with Fox News

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Donald Trump, the billionaire businessman who’s lately holding on loosely to his polled lead for the presidency – as contender Ben Carson comes on strong – will appear on Fox News on Tuesday night, an apparent signal of the end of his announced boycott of the cable giant.

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A week…

NASCAR’s Richard Petty backs Ben Carson

Ben Carson meets NASCAR legend Richard Petty on Monday, Sept. 28, 2015, in Randleman, North Carolina

Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson may have just locked down the NASCAR vote.

Carson’s bid to become the Republican Party’s 2016 presidential nominee received a boost on Monday when he was informally endorsed by Richard Petty at the racing icon’s camp for disabled children.

“We’re not necessarily endorsing him, but we are — you know what I…

Pressure builds for ‘outsider’ as next speaker

President Barack Obama and House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio

WASHINGTON – Conservatives are battling to make the resignation of House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, a game-changer not just a temporary pause in business-as-usual in Congress and some observers believe they may have the means to do it.

Much may hinge upon Boehner’s replacement and whether he is succeeded by odds-on-favorite, and fellow establishment Republican, House Majority Leader Kevin…

Memo to Trump: Dump Coulter

Not 10 days ago, Ann Coulter couldn’t resist the impulse to tweet out what was widely regarded as an anti-Semitic slur during the Republican presidential debate.

“How many f—ing Jews do these people think there are in the United States?” she asked, as three candidates expressed their support for Israel.

No regrets. No remorse. No apologies.

What did she do for an encore this week?

She tweeted out a vicious slur against Catholics – one that was not only…

Hilarious fail in Donald Trump protest

It was a day for Trump flowers at Trump Tower in New York City Monday, but Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump never got the message.

Stephanie Mercades attempted to deliver hundreds of yellow dahlias, the national flower of Mexico, to the billionaire businessman at his office as part of a protest of Trump’s policies on illegal immigration.

Stephanie Mercades tries to deliver hundreds of flowers to protest Donald Trump’s immigration stance. (images: TMZ)

“She…

Trump tax-rates higher than his previous proposal

Donald Trump (Donaldjtrump.com)

While the tax plan unveiled by Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump on Monday would entirely eliminate income taxes for millions of Americans and lower the rate for most income earners, it calls for higher rates than he proposed in his 2011 book.

Trump’s new plan establishes a simpler tax code with four brackets – 0, 10, 20 and 25 percent – instead of the current seven.

But aside from the first bracket, the plan proposed in…

Trump’s tax plan: Wall Street hikes, ‘zero rate’ for some

Donald Trump

The poor and middle class could see a significant tax dip under a Donald Trump presidency – to zero, in fact – if the hopeful wins the nomination, wins the White House and subsequently puts in place a populist-sounding plan to grow the economy.

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On “60 Minutes,” the leading…

Rubio runs from Trump ‘freak show’

(THE HILL) Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) said in an interview broadcast early Monday that he wants no part of fellow GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump’s media circus.

“I’m not interested in the back-and-forth — to be a member or part of his freak show,” Rubio told host Steve Inskeep on NPR’s “Morning Edition.”
“I would just say this: He is a very sensitive person,” he added of Trump. “He doesn’t like to be criticized. He responds to criticism very poorly.”…

Donald Trump: ‘One crazy bastard’

Donald Trump

John Walsh, known on national television as an aggressive pursuer of criminals, dropped his “America’s Most Wanted” role for a few minutes to dish on presidential hopeful Donald Trump, someone he described as a friend – and a “crazy bastard,” he said.

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Are GOP candidates wrong on vaccines, climate?

Instead of an opportunity to discuss issues, debates so far appear to be an effort to trap disfavored presidential candidates into appearing to be on the wrong side of The Science. Any comment a candidate ever made on vaccines or “climate change” will be brought up in a format that permits only seconds to discuss a complex subject.

If one really wanted to learn something about vaccines or climate science, one would not ask an ophthalmologist, a neurosurgeon or a businessman….

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