U.S. Senator Ted Cruz speaks at the Fox News debate in Des Moines, Iowa on January 28.
According to an expert in political rhetoric, we shouldn’t underestimate the power of the candidates who can skillfully tap into voter resentments.
As Donald Trump knows all too well, sensationalism sells.
Debates used to be a public service. Now they’re akin to the WWE – a blend of fiction and reality, with the candidates and networks all adhering to the same script.
Nobody wants you when you’re down and out: Jeb Bush.
The Republican base wants its country back from the “insiders” – by which it means anyone with conventional expertise.
Who will stand out after Wednesday’s debate?
Candidates sparred among themselves and the media but still managed to debate some of the key economic issues that matter most to Americans – though they ignored a few.
The stage is set for the Republican debate.
Academics from around the US react to the Fox News debate.