An analysis by the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, based in part on a 92-page personal financial disclosure form made public last week, revealed a portfolio for Trump dominated by skyscrapers and golf courses.
Whatever happens to Trump, the strong positive response from many rank-and-file Republicans to his attacks on immigrants and free trade, and to his contempt for party leaders, has demonstrated the depth of alienation among much of the GOP base—particularly, blue-collar and older whites.
The horrible truth is that the feminist establishment in the U.S., led by Gloria Steinem, did in fact apply a double standard to Bill Clinton’s behavior because he was a Democrat.
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio says the United States must acknowledge a “painful” history of racial discrimination that still affects many minorities.
Federal prisoners who identify as humanist can now celebrate Darwin Day and get accommodations typically afforded to those inmates who believe in a deity.
U.S. District Judge Sidney Stein said it appeared that Citizens United will not succeed in a lawsuit it brought on First Amendment grounds to try to block disclosures of the information to Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, including names, addresses and the total contributions of major donors.
The hackers accessed Planned Parenthood’s website databases and the names and email addresses of its employees Sunday night.
Scott Walker is running for president hardened by four years of fighting for fiscal pragmatism and public sector reform as governor of Wisconsin. Those bruising battles, and his victories in them, underscore nearly every position he has staked out on the road he hopes will take him to the White House.
Pedro Martinez won induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday. In Cooperstown, he revealed why he skipped a start in 2002 that likely cost him another Cy Young Award.
The American League’s best just got better.
It is time for Mitch McConnell and John Boehner to resign for the good of the nation and the Republican Party.
After watching an old teammate enter the Hall of Fame, David Ortiz made his case for Cooperstown.
Ask Carly represents the first installment of a brand new Breitbart series where our readers can submit questions directly to presidential candidates. Carly Fiorina received over two thousand questions from Breitbart readers in just 24 hours. She answers ten of
Karen Dickerson, Huntington Beach, California asks: I was really pulling for you and thought you would be a good opponent against Hillary, but then you went and disparaged Trump’s comments about illegal aliens, when in fact it’s the truth, just
Ted Koehl, Hayes, Virginia asks: Ms. Fiorina: Thank you for the opportunity to ask you questions. I like the way you have thought and responded to media questions on your feet. I especially like that you have taken the fight
Breitbart News Radio Listeners ask: What is your definition of Liberty? Carly Fiorina: My definition of liberty is that every person, no matter what they look like, who they are, what their circumstances are, every person’s life is filled with
Sue Barr, Bonney Lake, Washington asks: Carly, I am especially concerned with the growth and power run amok in the executive branch of our government. Besides executive orders, we hear almost daily about new regulations from NEA, EPA, IRS and
Jason Sweeney, Tigard, Oregon asks: The Federal Tax Code is a disgusting embarrassment of needless complexity. Will you commit to overhauling the Tax Code with a replacement that makes tax compliance simple for the average tax payer? What is your
Randy Walker, Centreville, Virginia asks: I have one simple question, and it is a yes or no answer with no grey areas: Do you believe that it is the right of a woman to decide to terminate a pregnancy at
Sam Delia, Summerville, South Carolina asks: Media only reports your Hillary comments. How are you going to paint yourself in their eyes as a foreign policy leader, economic leader and Commander in Chief? Carly Fiorina: Well, it’s interesting. You know,
Taylor Melody, Elk Grove, California asks: Hello Carly. If elected President, how would you propose fixing the staggering student debt crisis and do you have any proposals to make college more affordable? Carly Fiorina: So you know what’s interesting to
Ruben Martinez, Houston, Texas asks: What’s your favorite ice cream? Carly Fiorina: Well, that’s an easy one Ruben. Chocolate. Chocolate. The more chocolate, the better. Up next in the series: Dr. Ben Carson will answer Breitbart readers’ questions. Submit your
Currently ranking #5 in the Breitbart Primary, presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson will be personally answering questions from Breitbart Readers. His answers will be posted in a series of special videos on Breitbart.com.
VALLAURIS, France, July 26 (UPI) — More than 100,000 people have signed a petition against a decision to close a strip of beach in France for personal use by the visiting king of Saudi Arabia. The beach is located on
Kyle Busch’s incredible comeback rolled through Indianapolis Motor Speedway, where Busch won the Brickyard 400 on Sunday to sweep the weekend at the historic track.