In short, the Republicans rule the Winter Carnival but sacrificed their tongue in order to do so.
With one of the most unpredictable presidential campaigns looming on the horizon for 2020, one thing will certainly be different from the 2016 version: the Democratic nominee will set foot in Wisconsin.
Sciencing elections may be a dead end.
A look back at some of the movies that stood out in 2016
The answers were staring at us in country music all along.
What a field-day for the heat
A thousand people in the street
Singing songs and carrying signs
Mostly say, hooray for our side
What do you think is going to happen? Let us all make fools of ourselves.
Ted Cruz’s role was more indirect than that of his rivals. But he could have done more.
Prediction: Whichever candidate gets 51% of the vote will win.
John Kasich ran a vanity campaign that never really began. He was the last opponent to drop out.
Jeb gave it the old college try, with $100 million.
Marco Rubio had a really good shot at the prize.
Trump was never inevitable.
Sam Columbia had a couple of doctor’s appointments.
Trump’s loss could be fantastic. A great loss. The greatest.
Almost 7 in 10 Republican delegates have already been awarded. What have we learned?
In which I explain that Bernie Sanders is right.
No matter what happens on Monday, this is how I will always remember 2015.
If Trump is the nominee, we will have learned something about American politics. But what?
Russell M. takes a look at a possible 2016 Democratic Primary field.