Since the Nevada caucus yesterday, there has been a lot of celebrating that Trump won the latino vote. While he did get the most in the caucus, the numbers show a larger problem for the GOP and Trump.
When is it we realize that perhaps the biggest problem with the Clinton campaign isn't the voters, the "bernbros" or any other factor, except the candidate herself?
Now that we have found out at least one precincts counts were altered at the caucuses Monday night, it's time for the DNC to step in.
After endorsing Hillary Clinton for President less than two weeks ago, the largest paper in the state is saying something "smells"
There has already been a huge disagreement in Democratic circles over the plans of Sanders and Clinton for the nation's healthcare system, but something with Hillary's plan has not sat well, and her supporters enforce that.
A lot of talk has been on Donald Trump saying he won't attend the FOX GOP Debate Thursday night, but Fox may have ended up hurting the GOP.
Putting aside all the "my candidate this, my candidate that", which is common throughout the history of elections, something much more troubling is brewing in this primary cycle; something that can threaten the very soul of democratic principals.