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  • My Critique of Hillary Clinton's Campaign By Ted Rall

    Last week, I handicapped the Bernie Sanders campaign. He since pulled off an upset in the Iowa Caucus, where he overcame a 40-point lead by Hillary Clinton to a virtual tie so even that coin tosses and bureaucratic incompetence may have made a difference.

  • Probing for Clues in the Iowa Caucus Numbers By Michael Barone

    Now that the results of last Monday's Iowa caucuses are in, speculation naturally turns to next Tuesday's New Hampshire primary.

    Will Donald Trump fail once again to receive the percentage he's getting in polls? Will Marco Rubio build on his close third-place Iowa finish to overshadow rivals Jeb Bush, John Kasich and Chris Christie, who have been rivaling him in New Hampshire polls?

  • The Remainderman by Pat Buchanan

    Donald Trump won more votes in the Iowa caucuses than any Republican candidate in history.

  • Sanders, Trump Still Favored in New Hampshire By Larry J. Sabato and Kyle Kondik

    New Hampshire, as usual, will not be inclined to ratify the result of its early-state rival, Iowa. In open seat races, it’s natural for New Hampshire to zag after Iowa zigs: In the modern era of presidential nominations starting in 1972, there have been 16 contested presidential primaries (seven for the Republicans, nine for the Democrats). In only four of those races did the same candidate win both Iowa and New Hampshire: Presidents Gerald Ford (R) and Jimmy Carter (D) won the first two contests against, respectively, Ronald Reagan in 1976 and Ted Kennedy in 1980, and Al Gore and John Kerry won both while cruising to the Democratic nomination in 2000 and 2004.*

  • Political Arrogance by John Stossel

    After the Iowa caucus results, it looks like Hillary Clinton vs. Marco Rubio in November!

  • Chicken Little Chuckie Schumer: America's Disease-Fighting Phony By Michelle Malkin

    Latin America's Zika virus is the latest undocumented immigrant to hit our shores, but have no fear. Self-appointed Zika Warrior Prince Charles Schumer has declared that he is here to stop it.  

  • Ted Cruz Wins Iowa, But He Won’t Be the GOP Nominee for President By Charles Hurt

    DES MOINES — Well, that’s settled. Texas Sen. Ted Cruz will not be the 2016 Republican nominee for president.

    At least not if recent history is any guide. It has been 16 years since Republican caucus-goers here have accurately picked the eventual GOP nominee for president. In other words, not once in this entire century has Iowa picked the winner for Republicans.

  • Is a New Era Upon Us? by Pat Buchanan

    Whoever wins the nominations, the most successful campaigns of 2016 provide us with a clear picture of where the center of gravity is today in both parties and, hence, where America is going.

  • Republican Debate Shows Where Comprehensive Immigration Is Headed: Nowhere By Michael Barone

    Donald Trump was absent from Fox News' Republican debate Thursday night, presiding at his own event seven minutes' drive away featuring cameo appearances by the two previous Iowa Republican caucus winners exiled now to the undercard debate, Mike Huckabee and Rick Santorum. But the issue Trump raised to high-decibel level at his announcement last June was front and center at the main event: immigration.

  • Random Thoughts By Thomas Sowell

    Random thoughts on the passing scene:   

    Will this November's presidential election come down to a choice between a felon and a pied piper?