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  • Exclusive — Donald Trump Fires at Karl Rove: ‘A Dishonorable Guy,’ Who ...

    04/17/2016 7:00:45 PM PDT · by Rockitz · 84 replies
    Breitbart.com ^ | 17 Apr 2016 | Matthew Boyle
    NEW YORK CITY, New York — Billionaire and 2016 GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump told Breitbart News that GOP establishment consultant Karl Rove is so “dishonorable” that the Wall Street Journal should stop him from writing future columns for the publication. “This guy is such a dishonorable guy,” Trump said in his latest exclusive phone interview last week with Breitbart News. “He shouldn’t be allowed to write for the Wall Street Journal.” Rove, earlier that day, had published a piece in the Wall Street Journal, titled: “Vanity Will Be The Donald’s Undoing.” Throughout it, Rove quotes from various interviews that...
  • Paladino: Trump ‘Absolutely’ Should Launch Third Party Bid If Denied Nomination

    Businessman and Republican activist Carl Paladino in a radio interview Monday said Donald Trump “absolutely” should launch an independent bid for president if he is denied the Republican nomination at the July convention in Cleveland. “Absolutely,” Paladino said in an interview with WCNY’s The Capitol Pressroom. “If cheated, you fight back. That would be the end of the Republican Party, by the way.” Paladino, a Buffalo real-estate developer and prominent Trump supporter in New York, was the GOP nominee for governor in 2010. In the interview, Paladino blasted what so far has been a whisper campaign to potentially nominate House...
  • Revealed: Colorado Lawmakers Who Voted to Scrap Election Are Ted Cruz Delegates

    Social media posts, along with Cruz’s campaign website, reveal that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)97% supporters in the Colorado Republican Party were responsible for crushing an effort to give Colorado the ability to vote in a state primary. In May of 2015, four Colorado Senate Republicans killed an initiative “to create a presidential primary in 2016,” reported the Denver Post. “Under the bill, Colorado would have held a presidential primary in March that ran parallel with the state’s complicated caucus system… when it came before the Senate Appropriations Committee, four Republicans voted to kill the bill with three Democrats supporting it.”...
  • It’s on: Tensions between Trump and the GOP escalate in public fight

    04/15/2016 7:55:26 PM PDT · by Innovative · 137 replies
    Washington Post ^ | Apr.15, 2016 | Jenna Johnson and Ed O'Keefe
    Tensions between the Republican Party and its own front-runner erupted into a full-blown public battle as top party officials rebuked Donald Trump on Friday for alleging that the GOP primary system was “rigged” against him. The dispute, which has been simmering for days, centers on Trump’s failure to win any delegates last weekend in Colorado, which selected its 34 delegates at a party convention rather than a primary attended by voters. All went to Trump’s chief rival, Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas. The outcome prompted a daily stream of complaints and allegations this week from Trump, who wrote in an...
  • Ted Cruz is poised to pick up another small win that will narrow the gap*

    04/16/2016 12:37:58 PM PDT · by Engraved-on-His-hands · 106 replies
    Reuters ^ | April 16, 2016 | Ginger Gibson
    CASPER, Wyo. (Reuters) - Republican U.S. presidential hopeful Ted Cruz is expected to win most of the 14 delegates up for grabs on Saturday in Wyoming, likely besting rival Donald Trump, who made little effort to win the rural state, and further narrowing the gap in the race for the party's nomination. Cruz is trying to prevent Trump from obtaining the 1,237 delegates needed to secure the Republican nomination at the July convention in Cleveland. By continuing to rack up small wins, Cruz is gaining ground on the New York real estate mogul, who has thus far failed to shift...
  • Political Prediction Market: Trump opens up 27-point lead over Cruz

    04/16/2016 6:27:46 PM PDT · by BlackFemaleArmyCaptain · 33 replies
    CNN via Red State Watcher ^ | Updated 5:05 PM ET, Fri April 15, 2016 | By Daniella Diaz, CNN
    In CNN's Political Prediction Market, Trump has a 27 point lead over Cruz. The online prediction tool as Trump at 62% odds of winning the GOP nomination. cnn.com reports: Donald Trump has a crushing lead for the GOP nomination in CNN's Political Prediction Market. The billionaire GOP front-runner has his odds for the nomination at 62%, opening a 27-point lead on Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, whose chances are at 35%. Last week, Trump and Cruz were almost tied for the nomination, with Trump at 47% and Cruz at 46%. The Political Prediction Market is an online game that is administered...
  • How Rupert Murdoch warmed up to Donald Trump's candidacy

    04/17/2016 3:52:37 PM PDT · by RoosterRedux · 26 replies
    money.cnn.com ^ | Tom Kludt
    The most intriguing part about the New York Post's endorsement of Donald Trump might be what it says about the relationship between the candidate and Rupert Murdoch. The Post, of course, is owned by Murdoch, once a vocal critic of Trump's presidential campaign. The tabloid's endorsement comes amid a thaw in tensions between Trump and Murdoch's media empire. Trump and Murdoch have had several meetings and conversations in recent months, according to sources close to both men. Those discussions were brokered by Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner, the owner and publisher of the New York Observer, the sources said. Related: New...
  • Ted Cruz adviser says Donald Trump campaign taking 'banana republic' approach

    04/17/2016 3:22:45 PM PDT · by markomalley · 117 replies
    Reuters ^ | 4/17/16
    A senior adviser to Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz on Sunday accused rival Donald Trump's campaign of taking a "banana republic approach" by complaining that party rules for selecting a nominee are rigged against him. Former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, the Texas senator's delegate operations manager, said on ABC's "This Week" that the Trump campaign is challenging the delegate selection process "because they're getting beat on the ground." Cuccinelli and Trump's campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, as well as the third Republican candidate, Ohio Governor John Kasich, traded punches over the delegate selection process on Sunday news shows. Trump remains...
  • Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton Talk Education ‘Globalization’ in Texas (Uniparty!)

    03/25/2014 12:24:25 PM PDT · by cotton1706 · 33 replies
    breitbart.com ^ | 3/25/14 | Merrill Hope
    IRVING, TEXAS--Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were in Dallas on Monday for the inaugural Globalization of Higher Education Conference. Bush and Clinton spoke separately at the private event co-organized by Bush. According to the Associated Press (AP), the event offered a bipartisan twist for the nation's two dominant political families. Both spoke on education policy and the need to make higher education affordable and accessible across the globe. Both also were reported as chatting briefly off stage. According to AP, Bush said in his speech, "Higher education in America has a growing...
  • An End to Fair Elections

    02/13/2014 10:31:44 AM PST · by Kaslin · 13 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | February 13, 2014 | Betsy McCaughey
    The Obama administration and New York's senior senator , Democrat Chuck Schumer, are conspiring to muzzle critics of the Democratic Party before this fall's midterm elections. Literally to outlaw free speech. They are rushing through a change in IRS regulations that would prevent Tea Party organizations and other not-for-profits called 501c4s from engaging in customary pre-election activities such as get-out-the vote drives, debates and forums, and brochures rating the candidates. The regulation would even prohibit these groups from criticizing incumbent office-holders within 60 days of a general election .. This regulation would destroy fair elections. It would silence 501c4s, many...
  • Obama appoints anti-voter ID Dem to co-lead voter commission -Bob Bauer

    05/25/2013 9:06:17 AM PDT · by opentalk · 33 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | May 23, 2013 | Laurel Conrad
    Barack Obama appointed Tuesday to help lead the Presidential Commission on Election Administration, Robert F. Bauer, said during the 2012 election that voter ID laws are a Republican tactic to suppress lawful votes. During the 2012 election, the Obama team tapped Bauer to lead the legal teams for the campaign and the Democratic National Committee. Among his initiatives: fighting voter ID laws enacted by a number of states in an effort to combat voter fraud. During his time as the team’s organizer, Bauer told the Associated Press that he believes that the GOP is enlisting these new laws to impede...
  • Napolitano doesn't rule out 2016 run for president (LMAO)

    03/26/2013 12:00:33 PM PDT · by Texas Fossil · 67 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | March 26, 2013 at 11:15 am | Paul Bedard
    Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, buzzed about as a potential 2016 presidential candidate if Hillary Clinton doesn't run, did not rule out an eventual bid when asked about it Tuesday. The former long-serving Arizona governor instead brushed off the question, joking that she's too busy keeping U.S. borders safe to consider a race. At a breakfast interview hosted by the Christian Science Monitor, she said, "my plate is so full now that that kind of contemplation would be the kind of thing that would keep me up at night, and I lose enough sleep as it is." (surely Sarcasm)
  • No more Stephanopoulos? RNC wants role in picking 2016 primary debate moderators

    03/18/2013 11:18:22 AM PDT · by Hojczyk · 68 replies
    The Daily Caller ^ | March18 , 2013
    When conservatives complain about the harm that the endless debate schedule had on the 2012 Republican primary candidates, the conversation often turns to the hosts and the moderators. Why are Republican candidates letting someone like ABC’s George Stephanopoulos — a former aide to Democrat Bill Clinton — ask them “gotcha questions” during a GOP primary? Why are GOP presidential hopefuls agreeing to meet for a debate hosted by an outlet like MSNBC, a cable network that has increasingly grown hostile to Republicans as it self-identifies as a liberal news network? As the Republican Party released a 100-page report on Monday...
  • Why Obama will be dead weight for Democrats in 2014

    03/11/2013 10:02:52 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 16 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 03/11/2013 | Rick Moran
    Good article by Alex Isenstadt in Politico on why Democrats will try to distance themselves from President Obama in 2014.Almost all the competitive House races are in GOP-leaning districts where Obama's name and agenda are not very popular: To net 17 seats and flip the chamber, Democrats have to win predominantly on GOP turf, in districts that Mitt Romney won and where Obama and his agenda are unpopular. A number of Democrats made clear in interviews that the more partisan posture Obama has adopted over the past few months -- particularly on cultural issues like gun control, and to...
  • Jeb Bush Quietly Lays Campaign Groundwork Through Foundation (sigh!)

    03/06/2013 7:04:55 AM PST · by Bigtigermike · 112 replies
    Buzzfeed ^ | Wednesday March 6, 2013
    “The chatter is he's up to something,” says one Florida operative. If Jeb Bush decides to convert his media tour into a presidential bid in a couple years, he won't have to look far for a campaign staff: The well-funded education foundation he runs out his office in a Miami hotel is stacked with former political operatives, a large communications team, and a rapidly growing staff whose work stretches into 40 states. It is common practice for undeclared presidential candidates to build a campaign infrastructure under the guise of a political action committee, but Bush appears to be laying the...
  • Programmer under oath admits computers rig elections

    08/13/2011 9:17:07 AM PDT · by Beave Meister · 43 replies
    YouTube ^ | 4/18/2011
    Software programmer says US elections are rigged and that US Representatives tried to pay him to rig their election vote counts.
  • Turning Egypt into Chicago

    02/06/2011 3:37:50 AM PST · by Scanian · 20 replies
    In the first two years of Obama, we found out about his domestic policy, which was to turn the United States into the City of Detroit at a projected cost of thirteen trillion dollars. Now we finally have an Obama foreign policy victory in sight -- namely in Egypt, where President Mubarak has been told to resign without benefit of elections. Obama has had two years to plan for this moment, and now we see all that deep thought coming to fruition. Obama's apparent aim is to turn Egypt into Chicago, which also doesn't have real elections, one party is...
  • IRS Confidential

    08/27/2003 3:14:47 AM PDT · by John Beresford Tipton · 12 replies · 285+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | August 27, 2003 | REVIEW & OUTLOOK Staff
    <p>Most Americans know behavior that deserves to be called "poor judgment" when they see it. But at the Justice Department, the definition evidently doesn't include smearing innocent taxpayers or throwing a stink bomb in the middle of a contentious gubernatorial race.</p>