By Robert Laurie Full Story
On Saturday, Donald Trump posted a note to Twitter informing the interested that he had no intention of defending Obama against claims that there was something shady about his oh-so-obvious, deeply-held, Christian faith.
Internet freaks out because Ben Carson doesn't think a Muslim president is such a good idea
By Dan Calabrese Full Story
This one follows a very familiar pattern. Here are the steps: 1. Public figure makes a statement that's in line with what most people think, and say privately, but is considered beyond the pale for polite public discussion.
By Herman Cain Full Story
It never takes long in a campaign cycle for stories like this to start showing up in the media. So-and-so says such-and-such that may be inaccurate, and a candidate who was present when the thing was said does not correct him! This phenomenon is especially predictable whenever someone levels a criticism of President Obama that the media has decided is verboten, especially when it involves the notion that he is a Christian (Obama says he is) or that he is a Muslim (Obama says he is not).