• Anti-Trump group targets evangelical millennials

    Anti-Trump group targets evangelical millennials0

    A super-PAC devoted to defeating Donald Trump is targeting young evangelical Christians in North Carolina with a new campaign ad launching Wednesday, in hopes of peeling off support for the Republican presidential nominee in that key battleground state. Not Who We Are PAC is launching an ad campaign featuring Christian musician William Matthews, who has

  • If the election is close, it’s nerd time0

    Armies of nerds and their algorithms saved President Obama’s reelection in 2012, but Donald Trump has shown you can also run for president just by using your celebrity and a Twitter account. No. Geeks and their campaign technology are not saviors. Trump’s disregard for data and digital expertise has reminded us that candidates shape elections

  • Evangelical magazine publishes scathing anti-Trump editorial

    Evangelical magazine publishes scathing anti-Trump editorial0

    As conservative religious voters grapple with how to respond to an audio recording of Donald Trump lewdly boasting about groping women, Christianity Today, the flagship magazine of American evangelicalism, released on Monday a blistering critique of the GOP presidential nominee. The editorial, written by executive editor Andy Crouch, was accompanied by a subtitle that minced

  • Paul Ryan’s impossible choice

    Paul Ryan’s impossible choice0

    Oh, to have been a fly on the wall with House Speaker Paul Ryan when he watched Donald Trump threaten to jail his political opponent if he wins. Ryan, of course, made Trump’s disregard for the U.S. Constitution and its limits on the presidency one of his core reasons for not endorsing the Republican presidential

  • After Trump’s terrible weekend, get ready for a nasty second debate

    After Trump’s terrible weekend, get ready for a nasty second debate0

    Donald Trump, under fire for lewd comments he made in 2005 about groping women, offered a perfunctory apology in which after saying “I’m sorry,” he immediately shifted the focus to the alleged past offenses of Bill Clinton, seeming to guarantee a plan to drag Sunday night’s second presidential debate into the gutter. In a brief video that was

  • CNN panel on Trump tape implodes during heated discussion of his lewd language

    CNN panel on Trump tape implodes during heated discussion of his lewd language0

    Tempers flared on CNN Friday night during a panel discussion about the leaked 2005 video in which Donald Trump bragged he could do whatever he wanted to women, including groping them. Ana Navarro, a Republican strategist, said she was deeply offended by Trump’s remarks. Related: Maybe Trump did us a favor, exposing how entrenched misogyny