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  • A TALE OF TWO LESTER HOLT INTERVIEWS

    09/26/2016 2:11:29 PM PDT · by Jeff Chandler · 6 replies
    View tonightís moderator interview both Hillary and Trump
  • Viable Third Choice for President

    09/13/2016 10:44:35 AM PDT · by Jeff Chandler · 19 replies
    Loud Racket ^ | 9/13-2016
  • Secret Service director: Threat to candidates is elevated

    07/13/2016 2:15:01 PM PDT · by Biggirl · 16 replies
    CBS News ^ | July 13, 2016 | CBS News
    There are security concerns for the Republican National Convention next in Cleveland next week, but Secret Service Director Joseph Clancy says his agency is prepared.
  • Any Recommendations For Republican State Senate?

    05/11/2016 6:06:57 PM PDT · by onedoug · 11 replies
    Self | 11APR 2016 | onedoug
    Any ideas?
  • The Final Four White House Contenders and Their Foreign Policies: Sanders, Clinton, Cruz and Trump

    04/01/2016 7:17:10 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 12 replies
    National Review ^ | 04/01/2016 | Charles Krauthhammer
    <p>After dozens of contests featuring cliffhangers, buzzer-beaters, and a ton of flagrant fouls, weíre down to the Final Four: Sanders, Clinton, Cruz, and Trump. (If Kasich pulls a miracle, heíll get his own column.) The world wants to know: What are their foreign policies?</p>
  • Why Not C-SPAN?

    03/31/2016 10:39:08 AM PDT · by dvan · 18 replies
    dvan | 3/31/2016 | dvan
    Are the rest of you as disgusted as I am with the current political process? This began over a year ago and has cost millions of dollars while no end is in sight. In fact we are no closer to having even a nominee for President. Wouldn't it be possible to host the debates on CSPAN as table discussions that could be run without the attacks and disputes that are fostered on the Media television channels? Wouldn't this be a more sensible way to present the candidates and their opinions? It could also eliminate the millions of dollars of fundraising....
  • A Better Choice

    03/30/2016 5:41:52 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 10 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | March 30, 2016 | John Stossel
    Trump! Clinton! Is that all there is? No. Fortunately, we have other choices. A recent poll shows that if the election were held today, 11 percent of Americans would vote for a Libertarian, former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson. That's surprising, since last election Johnson got just 1 percent of the vote. This year, he's doing better, probably because Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton hold the highest percentage of "unfavorable" reactions from voters in more than 30 years. I assume the Libertarian total will go higher, since most poll respondents had no opinion about Johnson. They probably don't know who...
  • The Presidential candidates on Planned Parenthood

    03/15/2016 5:41:58 PM PDT · by Morgana · 3 replies
    nationalrighttolifenews.org ^ | March 14, 2016 | National Right to Life
    Planned Parenthood continues to be a key issue for pro-life voters, and for good reason. Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion provider in the United States, performs over 300,000 abortions a year, traffics in baby body parts, and receives nearly a half-billion dollars a year in government funds. Pro-lifers want their government to have nothing to do with Planned Parenthood. So what have the candidates for President said and done about Planned Parenthood? Republicans: Donald Trump has never held public office and has no voting record on Planned Parenthood. He has spoken about them several times saying both that he would...
  • Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio both release their tax returns...

    02/28/2016 1:00:21 AM PST · by Cincinatus' Wife · 98 replies
    The Daily Mail ^ | February 28, 2016 | Kalhan Rosenblatt
    Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio have released their tax return information while both attacking Donald Trump, who refuses to release his. On Saturday the Florida senator and the Texas senator made public up to fiver years previous tax information hoping to shame Trump into letting voters see his, too. Rubio released summaries of five tax years Saturday and Cruz later released summaries of four years, from 2011 to 2014, according to NBC News. Cruz accused Donald Trump of hiding his tax returns from voters during Sunday's broadcast of 'Face The Nation'. Cruz said Trump could be hiding as many as...
  • CIA trying to recruit transgender candidates

    02/19/2016 3:25:39 PM PST · by Enlightened1 · 25 replies
    The CIA‚Äôs latest diversity program includes an effort to recruit transgender individuals into the ranks of America‚Äôs spy service. As first reported by The Washington Free Beacon, the CIA‚Äôs three-year ‚ÄúDiversity and Inclusion Strategy‚ÄĚ says ‚Äúdedicated programs‚ÄĚ are in place to recruit individuals from a variety of ethnic backgrounds, as well as from the LGBT community and elsewhere. It says: ‚ÄúWe will continue to enrich our workforce by targeting diverse communities across the United States to meet our talent needs, with dedicated programs for citizens of African, Asian, Hispanic, Middle Eastern, South Asian, and Native American descent; Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,...
  • How many candidates does it take to change a light bulb?

    02/19/2016 10:33:33 AM PST · by DannyTN · 2 replies
    DannyTN | 2/14/2016 | DannyTN
    How many candidates does it take to change a light bulb? How many Donald Trumps? Only 1, but Donald doesn't change the bulbs himself. He hires people who hire people who hire people. And all the bulbs get changed in a timely manner or you're fired. How many Ted Cruzs? Only 1. But first he lies about whether the bulb is Canadian. Then he sends violation notices out about the burned out bulbs. Then he lies about whether Trump can get a light bulb changed. Then he changes the bulb. Then he lies about having changed the bulb. Marco Rubio?...
  • These are Wall Street's new favorite candidates

    02/17/2016 8:56:53 PM PST · by catnipman · 84 replies
    Yahoo Finance ^ | 2/17/2016 | Rick Newman
    Yahoo! Finance reports Sen. Ted Cruz's four super PACs received 57 percent of their money from financial-industry sources, but are essentially funded almost entirely by three wealthy donors: "Cruz has the most unusual arrangement with Wall Street. His wife Heidi is a Goldman Sachs executive based in Houston (who's on leave during the campaign), and four Cruz super PACs got 57% of their money from financial-industry sources. But those super PACs are funded almost entirely by three wealthy donors, including investor Robert Mercer of the New York hedge fund Renaissance Technologies and energy investor Toby Neugebauer, who operates a Houston...
  • How to Prevent Candidates from Spreading the Common Cold

    02/15/2016 6:48:01 PM PST · by Kaslin · 4 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | February 15, 2016 | Tom Purcell
    Global markets appear to be poised for another panic, the presidential campaign isn't giving us much to choose from, and we just surpassed $19 trillion in government debt. But I'm more worried about something that affects me personally - the common cold. I hate being sick with a cold. I hate the scratchy throat and the difficulty to sleep, concentrate or breathe. The only upside to getting a cold involves the consumption of several Irish hot toddies - generous amounts of Jameson whiskey poured into a cup of tea - that tide me over until my good health returns. But...
  • An Open Letter to Ben Carson

    02/06/2016 6:00:34 AM PST · by Shery · 31 replies
    6 Feb. 2016 | vanity
    Dr. Carson, While I did not support you this time around, I liked you. You seemed genuine and up to now, a real Christian. Since December, you have been bleeding staff, most of which left to go to Ted Cruz's campaign. Even the morning of the caucus, several more left. In December, we read that several staffers had complained that your 'friend' Armstrong Williams was listened to more than your paid staff and several missteps had occurred because of that. You apparently still listen and confide in him, hence the misstep just before the caucus Monday night. Since you are...
  • Carpenter: Lackluster Debate Freezes Race

    01/29/2016 7:11:37 AM PST · by KeyLargo · 8 replies
    Conservative Review ^ | January 29th, 2016 | Amanda Carpenter
    Lackluster Debate Freezes Race Amanda Carpenter January 29th, 2016 This may be the first GOP presidential debate without any consequences. Perceptions from before and during the debate remain after. Donald Trump is far away from the pack, churning furiously away in his own universe. Ted Cruz is his closest competitor in orbit, with Marco Rubio behind. Elsewhere in the sky are Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, Ben Carson, John Kasich, and Chris Christie fighting to be seen by the voters. sans Trump. Without Trump present, the debate was a series of questions, exchanges, and canned lines we've all heard before. The...
  • Donald Trump Campaign Manager: Other Candidates Thinking About Skipping Fox Debate

    01/27/2016 9:18:07 AM PST · by Enlightened1 · 103 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 01/27/16 | Charlie Spiering
    Speaking on Good Morning America and Morning Joe this morning, Donald Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski hinted that other candidates were thinking of dropping out of the upcoming Fox News debate after Trump decided to bail. He asserted that anchor Megyn Kelly was "obsessed" with his boss, which was one reason why Trump decided not to participate. "Megyn Kelly is totally obsessed with Mr. Trump," Lewandowski said on Good Morning America. "She's done multiple shows on why he shouldn't be even involved in the race on television. She's completely obsessed with him. It's impossible to have a fair and honest...
  • Profile Up-dates, Terror Strikes at Home

    12/05/2015 2:00:39 PM PST · by Shery
    The Conservative Review ^ | 5 December, 2015 | Robert Eno
    Less than two weeks after the Jihadist attacks in Paris, Islamic terror came to the shores of the United States for the third time in less than a year. The attacks in San Bernardino have been the driving news story of the week; often putting the Presidential race on the back burner. In the wake of the shooting, and failed bombing of a San Bernardino County holiday party, Ted Cruz made a strong point that what the nation needs is a ‚Äúwartime president.‚ÄĚ This is in sharp contrast to a president, who for days after the attacks has continued to...
  • Presidential candidates practice pardoning a Thanksgiving turkey

    11/25/2015 6:44:52 AM PST · by Biggirl · 24 replies
    The Hill ^ | November 25, 2015 | Neetzan Zimmerman
    Among the many duties of the president, the pardoning of a turkey on Thanksgiving stands as perhaps the most important. It is for that reason that conservative online publication IJ.com invited a few Republican presidential candidates to practice their turkey-pardoning skills, thereby making the case to the American people that they are truly Oval Office material.
  • Huckabee, Cruz Dismiss Planned Parenthood $20 Million Campaign: ‚ÄėLies,‚Äô ‚ÄėNo Credibility...

    11/21/2015 3:04:18 PM PST · by Isara · 13 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 21 Nov 2015 | Dr. Susan Berry
    ...Mike Huckabee and Sen. Ted Cruz...have dismissed Planned Parenthood's announcement of its $20 million campaign against pro-life candidates as a notice coming from a group that ‚Äúlies‚ÄĚ and is lacking in ‚Äúcredibility.‚ÄĚ ...In a new video announcing the abortion business' campaign, Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards referred to the pro-life base of the GOP as "extremists" and placed them on notice....Rick Tyler, national spokesperson for Cruz's campaign, told Breitbart News, "Planned Parenthood has been exposed for who they are and no amount of money is going to either repair their image nor harm pro-life candidates because Planned Parenthood has no...
  • Group grades candidates on support for ethanol program

    11/13/2015 1:00:19 PM PST · by cripplecreek · 23 replies
    WCFCourier.com ^ | 11/10/2015 | Erin Murphy
    DES MOINES | Voters who wish to pick a presidential candidate and at the same time support a federal renewable fuel program that benefits Iowa corn growers have at least nine options, according to an advocacy group‚Äôs new report. America‚Äôs Renewable Future, an Iowa advocacy group that promotes the federal rule that mandates a certain amount of corn-based ethanol be placed in the nation‚Äôs fuel supply, on Tuesday issued a midterm report card on the 2016 presidential candidates. Nine candidates ‚ÄĒ six Republicans and all three Democrats ‚ÄĒ earned the report‚Äôs top grade for their expressed support for the federal...
  • Mortal Allies

    10/31/2015 5:15:53 PM PDT · by Ziva · 4 replies
    Zionists4Trump.com ^ | 10/31/2015 | Zionists 4 Trump
    It does not often happen. On November 1, 2015, rare comity will occur among most of the Republican Presidential candidates. Campaign representatives will meet to plan the best way to handle their common enemy‚ÄĒthe mainstream media in future debates. ‚Ķ This was supposed to be a debate about business and economic policies. How was it possible for moderator John Harwood to ask a vacuous touchy-feely question of Mike Huckabee as ‚Äúwhen you look at him [Donald Trump], do you see someone with the moral authority to unite the country?‚ÄĚ Understandably, the crowd booed the question, and other candidates chimed in...
  • Some Thoughts

    10/28/2015 10:21:13 PM PDT · by Shery · 16 replies
    Vanity | 29 October, 2015 | Vanity
    So the 3rd debate has come and gone. The feckless republicans have caved to Obama once again. Evil men who are in control have evil plans for all of us who are not one of them. The media, once again, have shown their ugly bias for the world to see. Hmmm. In some ways we have a lot to be thankful for. We have a good field of candidates this year, although some are not so conservative, a good handful are. When have we had such a choice? This election cycle is pretty interesting, if you think about it. Not...
  • Have you taken the (possibly surprising) "On The Issues" quiz? (Vanity.)

    10/19/2015 8:01:50 PM PDT · by golux · 29 replies
    "Vote Match Quiz" ^ | 10.19.2015 | Golux
    Here we have an online quiz which, with a handful of questions, matches you with candidates who most share your beliefs, offers scores and analysis, and reveals the positions of candidates who have evidently taken the same quiz. I frankly have no idea why piglet Roseanne Barr is in the mix, but maybe it will be of interest to someone. Me? I was surprised to have so much in common with Bobby Jindal.
  • How Much Are the 2016 Candidates Worth? Check Out the Numbers...

    10/12/2015 12:13:12 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 3 replies
    Fox News ^ | 10/12/2015
    Forbes put together the definitive wealth list of the candidates, compiling the net worth estimates of the top 20 Republican and Democratic contenders. Forbes used a variety of documents, including financial disclosures with the Federal Election Commission, property records, mortgage papers and tax records. Obviously, billionaire Donald Trump took first place. But how did the others stack up? Check out Forbes' full rankings below: 1. Donald Trump $4.5 bil Richest candidate by a long shot is the GOP front-runner. 2. Carly Fiorina $58 mil Former HP CEO has over 1,000 investments. 3. Hillary Clinton $45 mil Half of power couple;...
  • A Voter Who Didn't Know the Name of the Candidate He Was Supporting

    10/03/2015 8:29:41 PM PDT · by Ziva · 17 replies
    Vanity press | 10/3/2015 | Ziva
    I was a a Maker Faire today and noticed a 60ish man wearing a shirt with the words "United We Stand" and "9-11-2001" on it. Thinking he might be a fellow traveler, I struck up a conversation and asked him who was supporting for President. "Not Biden, not Biden," he said. "I don't want Hillary either. Um, what is his name? Oh yeah, Boehner!" (He pronounced it properly as 'Bayner'.) "Boehner?" I replied. "Are you sure you mean Boehner?" "Yeah, Boehner," he insisted. I took pity on him. "Do you mean 'Bernie'? Bernie Sanders?" "Yes, that's who it is," said...
  • Presidential Profiles Update: Debate Polls, Planned Parenthood, & Is Mitch Next?

    10/03/2015 6:07:08 PM PDT · by Shery · 5 replies
    Conservative Review ^ | 3 October, 2015 | Robert Eno
    The week that was supposed to see multiple candidates drop out of the race for the Republican nomination saw none drop as all 15 candidates qualified for the South Carolina ballot by the September 30, 2015 deadline. For the first time in a long time, the media isnít talking about a candidate that has dropped out. Donald Trump appeared on ď60 MinutesĒ in a wide-ranging interview. During that interview Trump came out with new policy positions, many of which raised eyebrows. Will Lindsey Graham be the only U.S. Senator not on the stage at the CNBC debate at the end...
  • Fun Political Quiz Reveals Candidate You Line Up With The Most

    09/28/2015 4:59:49 PM PDT · by PROCON · 93 replies
    chicksonright.com ^ | Sep. 27, 2015 | Red Dawn
    The ISideWith.comĎs quiz is my new favorite thing. Iíve taken a lot of a political quizzes, but this is by far the most thorough. It hits all the hot issuesĖ immigration, education, domestic policy, foreign policy, healthcare you name it. Each question asks you to rank the issue from least important to most important, which is another neat little feature. Thereís also the option to answer additional questions in each category. If youíre looking for the most accurate results, I definitely suggest doing so. It only takes about 15 minutes tops. According to my quiz results, Sen. Ted Cruz is...
  • THE COMPETITION HEATS UP

    09/17/2015 3:05:13 AM PDT · by Biggirl · 7 replies
    Frontpagemag.com ^ | September 17, 2015 | Arnold Ahlert
    Last nightís CNN-sponsored GOP presidential debate at the Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, CA was promoted with the title "Itís On: Watch Sparks Fly.Ē Debate moderator Jake Tapper was joined by CNNís Dana Bash and radio host Hugh Hewitt, who posed additional questions to the 11 candidates, including Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Jeb Bush, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Mike Huckabee, Carly Fiorina, Rand Paul, Scott Walker, John Kasich and Chris Christie. And while CNN shamelessly attempted to engender a political food fight, the candidates themselves mostly refused to play along.
  • Ask the Candidates What They Will Do About the Supreme Court

    09/16/2015 7:33:38 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 68 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 09/16/2015 | James W. Lucas
    With the Supreme Court’s imposition of gay marriage nationwide and county clerk Kim Davis’ defiance all recent news, it is likely that constitutional issues will come up at this Wednesday’s GOP presidential candidate’s debate. This will be an excellent opportunity to explore the candidate’s views on the role of the Supreme Court. However, it would be unfortunate if the questions focus on the particulars of Ms. Davis’ case, or even the Obergefell decision.  Those they can too easily slip by with bromides. What they will look for in Supreme Court nominees is another useless question. Since Richard Nixon, Republican presidents have been saying...
  • Presidential Profiles Update

    08/27/2015 9:24:25 AM PDT · by Shery · 3 replies
    Conservative Review ^ | 23 August, 2015 | Robert Eno
    Another week, another domination of the Republican race by Donald Trump. Unlike past weeks, where sheer personality was the driver of Trumpís position at the top of the pack, this week the attention was policy-driven. Trump released a bold plan to stop illegal immigration that was praised by conservative immigration leaders like Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL), and condemned by liberals and their allies in the media and so-called ďconservative intelligentsia.Ē The issue has dominated the race all week, especially the issue of birthright citizenship for the children of illegal immigrants born in the United States, aka ďanchor babies.Ē There have...
  • Birthday Dream Comes True

    08/26/2015 9:11:12 PM PDT · by MikeSteelBe · 4 replies
    8/26/2015 | Self
    I Made My Case
  • How All The Candidates Fit In The Overall GOPe Road Map Ė ďThe Big PictureĒÖ.

    08/21/2015 12:17:40 PM PDT · by Whenifhow · 31 replies
    The Last Refuge ^ | August 20 2015 | Sundance
    Hopefully this outline will be the last one needed to fully understand the (Wall Street, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, K-Street) RNC/GOPe plan. And more specifically, how each of the candidates lines up within the construct for the 2016 GOP Primary. Many political detractors have viewed the prior information as ¬ďconspiracy theory¬Ē or ¬ďtin foil hat¬Ē thinking. That¬ís fine, we¬íve been following this since October of 2013 and it¬ís doubtful anyone who has not simultaneously followed along could possibly grasp the entire construct, almost two years of data, in a short period of absorption. The fact-finding need to fully grasp the...
  • The establishment vs. We the People

    08/18/2015 5:40:34 AM PDT · by rktman · 10 replies
    wnd.com ^ | 8/18/2015 | Mychal Massie
    Quoting journalist Lewis Lapham, Attorney John W. Whitehead of the Rutherford Institute wrote: ďThe shaping of the will of Congress and the choosing of the American president has become a privilege reserved to the countryís equestrian classes, aka the 20 [percent] of the population that holds 93 [percent] of the wealth, the happy few who run the corporations and the banks, own and operate the news and entertainment media, compose the laws and govern the universities, control the philanthropic foundations, the policy institutes. ÖĒ (ďDonít Be Fooled by the Political Game: The Illusion of Freedom in America,Ē Aug. 10, 2015)...
  • Be informed about the candidates, but be careful what you believe

    08/17/2015 7:38:43 AM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 6 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 08/17/15 | Herman Cain
    Misinformation voters In an election season, we often bemoan the low-information voter Ė the person who really doesnít know that much about the issues or the candidates and goes to the polls having made a decision on the basis of trivia, or general feelings and impressions that donít necessarily represent who the candidates really are or what they would do in office. Thereís no way Barack Obama would ever have become president without low-information voters. But thereís another class of voters that may be just as dangerous, and perhaps we should call them the mis-information voters. They know a lot...
  • Carly Fiorina bet on talent over TV ads, and it paid off

    08/10/2015 7:14:07 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 5 replies
    Yahoo Politics ^ | 08/09/2015 | Jon Ward
    CLEVELAND Ė Carly Fiorina insisted that she wasnít worried about not making the main Fox News debate stage on Thursday. But so did everybody else who was stuck in the non-primetime debate that preceded it. An hour or so before the former Hewlett-Packard CEO took the stage here with six other lower-tier Republican presidential candidates and delivered a standout performance, her spokeswoman and I chatted in the bowels of the Quicken Loans Arena about Fiorinaís strategy. I asked Sarah Isgur Flores if she wished the super-PAC supporting Fiorina ó Carly for America ó had done more in June and July...
  • 14 No Trump ó Grading the GOP Candidates

    08/04/2015 7:57:04 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 15 replies
    Pajamas Media ^ | 08/04/2015 | Roger L. Simon
    Something called the ďVoters First ForumĒ was held Monday night at St. Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire, with 14, count Ďem, 14 Republican candidates doing a kinda, sorta rehearsal for Foxís big debate on Thursday night. For that one, only the top 10 (by polling) are invited, the others being remanded to an early show that afternoon, an electoral Siberia watched primarily by baby sitters. For this one, three were MIA ó Mike Huckabee (ďscheduling conflictĒ), Jim Gilmore (ďdeclared too lateĒ) and Donald Trump. His Trumpesty was apparently miffed the New Hampshire Union Leader, one of the sponsors of...
  • Candidates by the Book

    07/23/2015 8:37:28 AM PDT · by LS
    self | 7/23/2015 | LS
    Candidates, By the Book Recently Senator Ted Cruz and the New York Times engaged in a hot debate over how many books the senator had sold---Cruz won that debate and his book appeared on the Times bestseller list. But it underscored the reality that the more than a dozen presidential candidates have almost all used a book as ďcoming-outĒ biography to fuel their campaigns. Whether it was Barack Obamaís The Audacity of Hope or George W. Bushís A Charge to Keep, the biography has been a favored mechanism for political candidates to introduce themselves to the public. Even John F....
  • Watch 6 Presidential Candidates Answer Christian Leaders' Question About Poverty (Video)

    07/22/2015 7:25:22 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 6 replies
    Christian Post ^ | 07/22/2015 | Samuel Smith
    A coalition of Christian leaders devoted to helping end poverty has released a series of videos featuring six 2016 presidential candidates. Each candidate explained the approach that he or she would take to solve poverty and hunger issues in the United States and across the globe if they were elected president.As over 45 million Americans are living below the poverty level, The Circle of Protection, a coalition representing a diverse group of over 65 Christian leaders and organizations headed by Bread For The World, Sojourners and the National Association of Evangelicals, challenged each presidential candidate on the day they announced...
  • Donald Trump: Making a case for court jesters and rodeo clowns.

    07/21/2015 4:12:54 PM PDT · by Chris Shugart Uncommon Sense · 27 replies
    Thought Crimes ^ | 07-21-15 | Chris Shugart
    You either love him or hate him. In any given hour of the day, his name is on the lips of some politician or media talking head. I havenít seen this much celebrity notoriety since Charlie Sheen launched his incomprehensible ďMy Violent Torpedo of TruthĒ tour to an incredulous public. Winning was never like this. Donald Trumpís remarks on immigration may not have that Lindsay Lohan mark of sensationally shabby repute, but no one can deny heís created a media firestorm thatís taken a life of its own. You may have seen a few political cartoons depicting him as the...
  • Quotes of the day (Long Article)

    07/12/2015 5:52:15 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 29 replies
    Hot Air.com ^ | July 12, 2015 | ALLAHPUNDIT
    Donald Trump, the billionaire Republican presidential candidate, on Saturday took his anti-illegal-immigration message to Phoenix, delivering a 70-minute speech to a packed downtown ballroom that at times seemed more about needling his White House rivals and settling scores with his critics than public policy‚Ķ About 20 minutes into Trump‚Äôs speech, a group of protesters disrupted the speech, and the ballroom immediately erupted. Trump supporters shouted ‚ÄúU-S-A! U-S-A!‚ÄĚ as the demonstrators were led out.‚ÄúI wonder if the Mexican government sent them over here. I think so,‚ÄĚ Trump said to applause. ‚ÄúBecause I‚Äôm telling you. I tell about the bad deals that...
  • Cruz: GOP Candidates Attacking Trump ĎBecause They Havenít Been Speaking Outí

    07/09/2015 5:15:42 PM PDT · by sheikdetailfeather · 34 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 7-9-15 | Ian Hanchett
    Texas Senator and Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) 96% said many Republican candidates are attacking Donald Trump ďBecause they havenít been speaking out on the need to secure the borderĒ on Thursdayís broadcast of ďThe Intelligence Report with Trish ReganĒ on the Fox Business Network. ďWell, illegal immigration continues to be enormous problem. As you know, I represent Texas. We have roughly 1,200 miles of border with Mexico. We deal will legal immigration every day. We deal with the crime that flows from it. And unfortunately, itís exacerbated, number one by cities like San Francisco that are sanctuary...
  • New Hampshire Voters Bemoan Size of G.O.P. Field

    07/05/2015 11:18:23 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 20 replies
    New York Times ^ | 07/05/2015 | By PATRICK HEALY and MAGGIE HABERMAN
    AMHERST, N.H. ó The Independence Day parades across New Hampshire on Saturday turned into parades of presidential candidates, and voters like Stuart Harmon were left shaking their heads at the daunting reality of watching, hearing and judging more than 20 contenders for the White House over the next seven months. ďThis race feels more like a spectator sport than an election,Ē said Mr. Harmon, an independent who shook hands with former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida and watched a dozen other campaign contingents march through this town of about 11,000. ďHaving all these candidates is a real problem, because itíll...
  • Hereís Every 2016 GOP Candidateís Response To The Same-Sex Marriage Ruling ó And Thereís A Divide

    07/01/2015 8:25:06 AM PDT · by Jan_Sobieski · 8 replies
    Buzz Feed News ^ | 6/26/2015 | Kyle Blaine
    Jeb Bush said he believed that the Supreme Court should have allowed the states to make a decision on marriage, adding that it is ďcrucial that as a country we protect religious freedom and the right of conscience and also not discriminate.Ē ďGuided by my faith, I believe in traditional marriage. I believe the Supreme Court should have allowed the states to make this decision. I also believe that we should love our neighbor and respect others, including those making lifetime commitments. In a country as diverse as ours, good people who have opposing views should be able to live...
  • 30+ Candidates? Do We Need a Playoff System or Something?

    06/19/2015 10:02:45 PM PDT · by Reaganite Republican · 31 replies
    Reaganite Republican ^ | 20 June 2015 | Reaganite Republican
    Rather than one or two conservatives to rally-round in opposition to the party establishment, we get over 30 characters up there... can the voters can even keep their names straight?† All I know is an overcrowded Gee-oh-Pee field is NOT a good thing for the American constitutionalist conservative movement... not at all. So we really do need to thin out the herd as quickly as possible... perhaps a early-round paintball war would do the trick? In the name of clarity, please pick your own bracket, based on political desirability, qualification for the job-- and ability to win in November...
  • Which Republican presidential candidates support amnesty?

    06/19/2015 9:39:51 AM PDT · by Beowulf9 · 80 replies
    http://www.americanthinker.com ^ | March 1, 2015 | Pedro Gonzales
    Which Republican presidential candidates support amnesty? I have analyzed all the major Republican presidential candidates (except Ben Carson and Rick Sanctorum, who are long shots, and Donald Trump, who has undocumented hair). I have found that all the major presidential candidates support amnesty for illegal aliens, except for one. Can you guess which one?
  • Donald Trump to Visit Iowa After Upcoming NYC Announcement

    06/11/2015 9:26:30 AM PDT · by concernedcitizen76 · 10 replies
    NewsMax ^ | June 10, 2015 | Jason Devaney
    Donald Trump is scheduled to make an announcement on whether he'll run for president Wednesday, and he will reportedly travel to Iowa later that day for a rally. According to the Des Moines Register, Trump's Iowa staff confirmed the news. "I can't imagine what he's announcing," Ryan Keller, deputy director for Trump's exploratory team in Iowa, told the Register. "We're all waiting for that." Trump, a Republican, said last week he has made up his mind on a possible presidential run, but has not revealed his plans. His Wednesday announcement will take place at Trump Tower in New York City,...
  • GOP presidential hopefuls to attend Joni Ernstís ĎRoast and Rideí in Iowa on June 6

    05/28/2015 6:06:50 AM PDT · by jjotto · 5 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | May 11, 2015 | David Sherfinski
    The political action committee of freshman Sen. Joni Ernst, Iowa Republican, announced Monday that a handful of 2016 Republican presidential contenders are slated to attend the senatorís inaugural ďRoast and RideĒ event on June 6. Confirmed speakers include the following announced presidential candidates: retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee and Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida. Other Republicans weighing presidential bids who are also scheduled to speak include Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker... Before the roast, Ms. Ernst is going to lead...
  • The 4 percent-plus solution

    05/26/2015 6:04:27 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 12 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | May 25, 2015 | Richard W. Rahn
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    04/05/2015 5:17:32 PM PDT · by entropy12 · 10 replies
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    He prepares to make his formal announcement Tuesday, Paul is a candidate who has turned fuzzy, having trimmed his positions and rhetoric so much that itís unclear what kind of Republican he will present himself as when he takes the stage. ďHeís going to get his moment in the sun,Ē said David Adams, who served as campaign chairman for Paulís insurgent 2010 Senate campaign. ďWhat he does with it from there will have bearing on the Republican Party.Ē