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Presidential Horse Race 2016: Donald Trump says wages are too high. Do you agree?

Republicans set another cable news network ratings record on Tuesday night. Plus, Kasich the unanimous loser in Fox Business debate; Bobby Jindal takes a chance on conservatism; Jeb collects another worthless establishment endorsement, and, Trump did say wages are too high.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Fox Business Network delivers on promise for substantive, meaningful debate

Fox Business Network comes through with entertaining, substantive debate. Plus, Happy Hour debate needs a good drink special to stay in business; Ben Carson passes the credibility test; Ted Cruz shores up the conservative vote; Seeing the gentler side of Donald Trump; Rubio and Bush ignore each other, and, Concluding with a note on foreign policy.

Will GOP Presidential Candidates Debate Speaker Ryan’s Bill To Open The Legal Immigration Floodgates?

We urge you to let the Republican presidential candidates know you oppose any move by Speaker Ryan to open the legal immigration floodgates. We also urge you to call your Representative and Senators, the Capitol Switchboard is 1-866-220-0044, tell them you oppose H.R. 3918. Send them the message that you want Congress to put American workers back to work before admitting even more foreign “guest workers” who will lower wages and continue the erosion of the quality of life for millions of native born American workers and their families.

SNL With Trump Gets Highest Rating in More Than 3 Years

Frazier Moore, AP

Preliminary Nielsen ratings measuring households in 56 U.S. markets gave Saturday's "SNL" its highest rating since January 2012. Basketball great Charles Barkley was host that night. Full results, including viewership figures, will be released Thursday, NBC said.

Cruz and Rubio on Collision Course

David M. Drucker, Washington Examiner

Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are prepping for battle, as their campaigns embrace the possibility of the Republican nomination turning on a duel between two Cuban American senators who represent the next generation of the party.

Trump reveals his big debate demand

Eddie Scarry, Washington Examiner

He wants the thermostat set at something comfortable. "I don't really care that much. I've enjoyed the debates. I've done well in the debates, obviously," Trump said in a radio interview Thursday on SiriusXM's Breitbart News Daily. "I don't really care that much other than I would like it to be, like, you know, 70 degrees in the room."

Trump promises to 'brutally and quickly cut the head off of ISIS'

Al Weaver, Washington Examiner

In a new radio ad released Thursday, Republican candidate Donald Trump promised to use brutal force against the terrorist group. Trump's new ads are set to hit the airwaves in early voting states, and he spent $300,000 on his first effort at campaign ads. He also promises to be tough on immigration and trade.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Can Donald Trump handle second fiddle?

Ben Carson leads outside the margin of error in another national poll. Plus, To take advantage of the lead, Carson should be saving money now; Carson’s new frontrunner status – let the backlash begin; Marco Rubio’s sugar problem, and, How will Trump handle being second fiddle?

Trump roils GOP debate scheme

Jonathan Easley, The Hill

Trump’s reversal on Monday came as news to the rest of the campaigns that, having wrested control of the process from the Republican National Committee, had gathered the night before in hopes of presenting a united front to the networks. Campaign advisers said they were annoyed, but not surprised, by Trump’s power play. They worry that he’ll negotiate only for those things that benefit his campaign.

Getting and Keeping Power: Why Jeb Bush is Unlikely to Drop Out

Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
If a conservative or outsider is leading going into the Republican National Convention, even if they have the nomination wrapped-up, you can count on the inside elite of the Republican political class to demand that one of their own receive the vice presidential nomination as the price of “party unity.” And no one else in America, beside Hillary Clinton, has a larger Rolodex of Washington insider supporters than Jeb Bush.

About That Campaign to Censor Trump's Comedy Show

L. Brent Bozell III and Tim Graham, CNS News

It's not likely that NBC will dump Trump, but the effort displays all the usual liberal "free speech for me, but not for thee" hypocrisy. NBC knows it would be buried by public outrage were it to cancel Trump. But make no mistake: They'd cancel him in a New York minute if they felt they could get away with it.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Seeing the personal side of Carly Fiorina

Trump and Carson continue to lead in post-debate poll. Plus, Cruz says future moderators should have voted Republican… at least once; Ben Carson continues to confound the “professionals”; Jeb blames pundits for his campaign’s sorry state, and, The personal side of Fiorina exposed through tragedy.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Media and Democrats lose big in CNBC Republican debate

The CNBC Republican debate was an entertaining and sometimes contentious exchange. Plus, Winners… or just the ones who stood out; Ben Carson passes the test – at least with his people; Cruz battles the moderators – Cruz wins by a knockout; Rand Paul disses Paul Ryan; Trump didn’t pave any new roads, and, Final takeaways from the CNBC slug-fest.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Themes going into the CNBC Republican debate

Donald Trump faces yet another “moderator” who’s dissed him in the past. Plus, Trump’s Iowa conundrum and its larger potential crisis; Unlike the others, Trump apparently has no issue with attacking Ben Carson; Cruz’s plan to pounce, and, Jeb’s loser talk makes people cringe.