Though presently not the preferred choice of leading Democrats, Bernie Sanders appeals to radical leftists — despite simply repackaging typical Democratic dogma.

With the passing of Justice Antonin Scalia, Republicans seem inclined to take Vice President Biden's 1992 advice: Don't choose a Supreme Court justice in an election year.

Some say Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee because of superdelegate pledges; however, superdelegates can change their pledges at any time, especially if Hillary is indicted or if Sanders continues to win more popular votes.

With victories in South Carolina and Nevada, respectively, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have established themselves as the front-runners for their party nominations. But, it is not yet over.

The far-left Southern Poverty Law Center thinks a whole race of people, American Indians, are “weak.” In a bizarre rant laced with multiple factual errors, the increasingly discredited group also theorizes about and purports to expose a vast “anti-Indian” conspiracy. But it strategically omits what is arguably the story's most important fact: The target of the SPLC's vitriol is actually an American Indian herself, married to a direct descendant of Sacajawea. Oops!