In his new book, “Stamped From the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America,” Professor Ibram X. Kendi argues that “almost everyone is some kind of racist.” This includes people who thought that African Americans should get an education. Kendi, a Professor of [Read More]
Larry Dawson, the gunman identified as the shooter in Washington, DC today, shouted that he was “a prophet of God” at the House of Representatives in October in a separate incident.
Terrorist attacks in a Brussels airport and subway station has left at least 28 people dead, with many more injured. It comes four days after France and Belgium worked jointly to capture the World’s Most Wanted Man, the eighth terrorist from the Paris attacks last [Read More]
Trading winner-take-all states, John Kasich has won his first contest after over 20 have come and gone. Donald Trump has taken Florida, causing Marco Rubio to drop out.
After losing Florida, Senator Marco Rubio has dropped out. There are now only three GOP candidates left in the race: Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, and John Kasich.
11:01: Trump: The Republican party has a great change to embrace “fantastic, great people” that they’ve never known before. 11:00: Cruz: What an age we live in where three sons of middle class people and a rich man can stand together on the stage. 10:59: [Read More]
With over 40% of the vote in Puerto Rico, Marco Rubio has a tremendous lead over all other candidates and will win the US territory. At the time of writing, Mr. Rubio has 74% of the vote and will almost certainly win all of Puerto [Read More]
Donald Trump has won the Kentucky caucuses. He barely beat Mr. Cruz in Kentucky, as well as winning Louisiana by a handful of points. Mr. Cruz beat Mr. Trump in Maine and Kansas by double digits in both.
Donald Trump, after suffering two losses earlier today, has come back with a strong victory in the state of Louisiana. Ted Cruz is currently over 20% behind Mr. Trump. Earlier today, Mr. Cruz won Kansas by over 25% and won Maine by about 13%.
With over 45% in, Decision Desk HQ has called the Maine caucuses for Senator Ted Cruz. Mr. Cruz currently holds over an 8% lead over Donald Trump. Both Marco Rubio and John Kasich lag far behind.