A number of conservatives will not, under any circumstances, vote for Donald Trump in November. He's neither a conservative, nor a very good Republican, they say. His message is wrong, even dangerous, they charge.
The Republican and Democratic conventions are going to get a huge amount of attention this summer. Given the problems, conflicts, and drama surrounding them, one commentator wonders if it's time for the political parties to put an end to these 19th century relics, and try something new:
The news coming out of the GOP town hall on Tuesday night is that the candidates -- Cruz, Kasich, and Trump -- aren't too keen on endorsing the eventual Republican nominee...if it's one of the other guys.