The Clintons would love to resurrect the "war on women" theme to shore up the female vote. But should they do so, promises Donald Trump, their past will come back to haunt them.

Hillary Clinton is well known for staging events and using children who will ask her softball questions. And a good example of this phenomenon was provided just last week at a New Hampshire town hall.

Senator and presidential candidate Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) is being touted by some as the frontrunner for the GOP nomination. Compared to other GOP candidates, he seems balanced and palatable. The reality is that he is undecided. A better word would be fickle. His position on a variety of important issues depends on which way the political winds are blowing.

The future of conservatism or future embarrassment? When you blow up a child political prodigy into the reincarnation of Reagan, don’t be surprised when matters blow up in your face.

Would the 2001 Hillary Clinton vote for the 2015 Donald Trump? Some could ask, given that the post-9/11 Clinton almost sounded more like Trump than like the 2015 Clinton.