Watch Carly Fiorina Take Hilarious Pratfall at Ted Cruz Rally
We deserve a laugh.
We deserve a laugh.
This clip is almost enough to make you root for Ted Cruz to win the GOP nomination.
In a desperate bid to further toss the GOP presidential nominating process into complete disarray, Ted Cruz announced his running mate on Wednesday after being completely shut out during the April 26 primaries.
There's this thing called "video," you see.
It really is hard to tell which is worse: the media ignoring this, or conservatives' attempt to spin it.
This is breathtaking shamelessness.
What happens on Fox News Digital doesn't stay on Fox News Digital.
This should have been a lay-up.
It's getting really hard for the media to pretend that there's a real choice this election season.
This is a serious election about serious issues, so why does Carly Fiorina get a Jacuzzi?
Jeb Bush grossed out the world by slobbering all over barely-legal Supergirl, but can he compete with the rest of the creeps in the GOP field?
The pandering is very real.
Maybe there is such a thing as bad press.
One is the CEO of a successful business who has shown tremendous leadership, the other is Carly Fiorina.
Carly Fiorina won't stop lying. Why should she?
Meet the Press, folks.
I don't think Rich Lowry should be suspended from Fox News, but if part of his defense is that his comment just flew out in the heat of discussion, there's smoking-gun evidence to show that excuse just doesn't cut it.
Everyone's so pleased with National Review editor Rich Lowery's zinger that they're not just overlooking the toxic sexism behind it, they're joining in.
When your party's bragging rights are only slightly more recent than the Chicago Cubs', you've got a problem.
This time, Donald Trump has gone appropriately far!
It's so rare that our "objective" media does its job, so when it does, it is pretty damn glorious.
Former Demon-Shepherd Carly Fiorina thinks it's "sexist" for people to ask if she's really running to be vice president, but The Daily Caller's Matt Lewis completely destroys that argument, while accidentally proving another point.
They may not have made the main event, but these 7 Republican presidential candidates will have a chance to make their mark at the Fox News "Happy Hour" debate, and subsequent viral video clips. See them here first.
Republican presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina followed Hillary Clinton to South Carolina so America could see a female candidate talking to the media, and unfortunately for Fiorina, it worked.
Not only that, the men's rights gathering came just one female speaker shy of matching the total number of women who spoke at the much larger Conservative Political Action Conference this year.