The Ted Cruz Blame Game
Yesterday, as CNN ran their entirely baseless “Rubio Dropping Out” stories, there was a lot of anger at the media for pushing this narrative without even asking the campaign, and that anger was absolutely righteous. The media didn’t do its job – verify your facts. It’s not as though Rubio’s team has blacklisted CNN from talking to them, after all. It only takes a call | Read More »
Hillary Clinton Supporters Use “He Was Mean To A Girl” Card On Bernie Sanders
Hillary Clinton demands to be treated as an equal by men, and when they treat her that way she sends out her flying monkeys to attack
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Government Flutters Its Wings – and Industries Nationwide Are Blown Away
A Leftist governmental principle is the Butterfly Effect: “A property of chaotic systems…by which small changes in initial conditions can lead to large-scale and unpredictable variation in the future state of the system.” The Butterfly Effect is also known as Chaos Theory: “The field of study in mathematics that studies the behavior and condition of dynamical systems that are highly sensitive to initial conditions.” In | Read More »
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Cruz Closes the Gap on Trump
Cruz picked up eight percentage points to pull within 17 points of Trump. It’s a 12-pointswing from Morning Consult’s previous poll after Trump dropped four percentage points.
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Canada, America’s Apathetic Opioid Enabler
Generic drug makers shouldn’t be allowed to continue swarming the market with abusable medications. A reduction in the production costs for Canadian drug makers is not worth the two American deaths every hour it causes.
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Ted Cruz Wants to Accomplish Three Things Today
By all accounts, Ted Cruz had a great day on Saturday, scoring surprise wins over Trump in Kansas and Maine (by fairly comfortable margins), tying him in Louisiana, and narrowly losing Kentucky. Cruz narrowly closed the delegate gap with Trump and just as importantly increased the space between himself and the other non-Trump candidates. Today, Ted Cruz needs to do three things in order to keep | Read More »
Trump’s Rhetoric: Help or Hurt Him When It Comes to Latino Vote?
In a backwards kind of way, Donald Trump’s candidacy has been encouraging some who legally emigrate, but are not yet citizens, to actually become citizens. Some want to become citizens just to prove Trump wrong by their updated, legal existence, while others wish to become citizens for the purpose of voting against Trump. Legal immigration, and citizenship which follows, should always be encouraged in the United States. No, | Read More »
Ted Cruz Scores Major Mississippi Endorsement on Election Eve
One of the remarkable things about the run Ted Cruz has compiled is that he has done it on the strength largely of state and local endorsements. We are of course getting word that that might be set to change tomorrow, but for now, Cruz has garnered a major Mississippi endorsement on the eve of the Mississippi primary: Governor Phil Bryant. “It’s time for Republicans | Read More »
CNN’s Huge ‘Rubio Dropping Out’ Scoop Is Just A Flimsy, Shoddy Nothing
As reported earlier, CNN ran a story today claiming that “some Rubio advisers” are telling him that he should drop out of the race right away, before Florida. Also as noted previously, Rubio Communications Director Alex Conant went on CNN to dispute that report, calling it fiction. After the whole thing went down, CNN ran another report and confirmed that their original story was based | Read More »
WOW! After Weekend Wins, Cruz Campaign Rakes In BUTT Ton of Cash
As I pointed out yesterday, Ted Cruz has a had a stellar last few days. From his clear win at the GOP Debate to his CPAC Straw Poll victory to his winning delegate haul, it made Saturday Super Cruz Day. And as it turns out, that title fit the next day as well. On CNN this morning, Cruz Senior Communications Advisor Alice Stewart reported a | Read More »
SLAP FIGHT! Rubio Campaign And CNN Tangle Over Rubio-Drop-Out Story
Rubio spokesman Alex Conant tore into Wolf Blitzer over a report that Rubio was dropping out. Did he protest too much?
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Is John Kasich About To Be Kicked Off the Ballot In Pennsylvania?
A suit has been filed to remove John Kasich from the ballot in Pennsylvania for bogus nominating petition signatures. What are the odds of that happening?
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New Ad Shows Donald Trump Has The Best Words [VIDEO]
Floridians in the Pensacola and Panama City areas are about to get an unpleasant dose of the real Donald Trump through a 30-second anti-Trump ad that will run tomorrow through the March 15th primary. “I went to an Ivy League school. I’m very highly educated. I know words. I have the best words,” says Trump in the beginning of the ad. It then cuts to a montage | Read More »
BREAKING: Michael Bloomberg Is (Still) Not Running For President
YUGE news today that Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg will not be running for President. In a statement at Bloomberg titled “The Risk I Will Not Take“, the former mayor explains the reason he won’t be rushing in to rescue the GOP from it’s critical lack of a Bloomberg candidacy: As the race stands now, with Republicans in charge of both Houses, there is a | Read More »
Senate Endorsements a Sign Republicans Rallying to Cruz
In a sign that Republicans are rallying to Sen. Ted Cruz, Elaina Plott reports that she has been told that Sen. Ted Cruz will “unveil a batch of Senate endorsements this week.” She wrote in the National Review’s “The Corner,” that some of the Senator’s upper chamber colleagues may dislike Donald Trump more than Cruz:
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