2016 Republican Presidential Candidates

Republicans Are Sulking – And Trump is Not to Blame

Since when did politics become about beating up your own party?

What to Expect in the Last Presidential Debate

The atmosphere and anticipation for the last 2016 Presidential debate is building.

Calculate How Much You’ll Pay in Taxes Under Trump & Clinton

A married couple making $75K a year with 1 child would pay almost $6,000 less in taxes under Donald Trump than if Hillary Clinton wins.

Donald Trump vs. Bill Clinton: Which One is Worse?

I think everyone will agree that the tape fromĀ a 2005 conversation between the media and Mr. Trump is off color. That is not disputable....

Bring on the Next Debate: 4 Topics We’re Looking Forward To

With the RNC and the DNC concluded, the next big event will be in September when Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have their first...

7 Surprising Facts from the Trump/Clinton Debate

Trump spoke a lot more than Clinton during the debate, and he did it using tiny, tiny words

Mike Pence: The One Thing You Need to Know

There are a lot of articles already posted about Mike Pence... The 3 things you need to know, The 10 things you need to know,...

RNC Day 4: Trump’s Acceptance Speech

Day four brought on the much anticipated acceptance speech of Donald Trump. Yes, there were several speeches earlier on in the evening. However, it was...

RNC Day 3: This was “America Deserves Better” Day

The Republican National Convention on Wednesday started in its typical SNL manner. Dancing and stage musical performances worked up the crowd. Much like the...

Who Knew Ted Cruz Would be the Voice of Reason?

Ted Cruz went off script and failed to endorse Trump during his speech at the Republican National Convention. Amid chants of "Say His Name"...

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2016 Republican Presidential Nominee Odds

Current gambling odds for over 30 potential Replican Presidential candidates in 2016. Would you take David Petreus at 50/1?

2016 Democratic Presidential Nominee Odds

It's far too early for Vegas to release any official gambling odds, but that won't stop us from handicapping the 2016 election. How about Michelle Obama at 500/1?