Republican Party

BREAKING: Bobby Jindal Ending Presidential Campaign

Once dubbed the best possible candidate to oppose President Barack Obama in 2012, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is calling it quits in his run for the White House. His announcement on Tuesday was capped with the statement that it was just “not my time.” Jindal has struggled to gain a footing in this 2016 GOP nomination race despite having a high name ID and the…


Fox Business Shakes Up Next GOP Debate

Fox Business Network, in a major shakeup of the debate lineup, has bumped Chris Christie and Mike Huckabee from the main debate next week while also dropping George Pataki and Linsdey Graham altogether. The financial arm of Rupert Murdoch’s media empire announced the moves Thursday evening after the previous four national polls showed Christie and Huckabee with less than 2.5 percent average support and Pataki…


GOP Debate

GOP Debate Filled With Anger, Issues

The Republican candidates were angry about many things during this debate, including the debate itself. The third Republican presidential debate could likely be summed up with one word: anger. Candidates on stage expressed outrage at a number of issues, ranging from the frontrunners — who some thought did not deserve to be in the White House, being called out for missing Senate votes, the media…


Second Tier Debate Proof These Four Don’t Belong

The Republican presidential debate on CNBC began much like the previous two: an undercard presentation by four candidates who wanted to be taken seriously but weren’t. Sen. Lindsey Graham, former Gov. George Pataki, Governor Bobby Jindal and former Sen. Rick Santorum took the stage at the first hour ready to lay out their plan and try to differentiate themselves from candidates who would not be…