Donald Trump

Clinton and Trump couldn't be further apart on abortion

Marjorie Dannenfelser, Washington Examiner

Despite all the smoke and mirrors, make no mistake, under a Clinton presidency America will see an expansion and promotion of abortion, domestically and worldwide, like never before. Trump, on the other hand, continues to defend the voiceless.

Donald Trump's most important statement of the presidential race

Monica Crowley, Washington Times

“I’m rich!” he exclaimed. “I’m really rich.” Mr. Trump has embraced his fortune with enthusiastic fervor, which conveys a simple message: He made it big, and he wants an America where everyone has the opportunity to make it as big — or bigger.

Trump the Bull vs. Clinton the Bear

Peter Navarro, Fox News

Our current economic malaise is not a “new normal” as some defeatists and Clintonites have phrased it.  It’s a politician-made “new dismal” that can simply be rectified by a strong, pro-growth, pro-trade leader in the White House like Trump.  With Clinton, higher taxes and more regulation do not a bull market make.

Delegate Bob Marshall: Conservatives and Christians - Please Don’t Elect Hillary!

I understand the reluctance of some conservatives to vote for Trump, but no reason is sufficient to justify not voting for Trump-Pence because the consequences of Hillary’s policies would profoundly harm America and those we love!  To think that a Republican Congress would protect us from her actions is delusional and defies recent experience.

Only You Can “Unrig” the Election: Help Us Help AmericaVote.org in North Carolina

A coalition of conservative organizations, including Americans for Limited Government, Family Research Council, American Family Association, Turning Point USA, Gun Owners of America, and ConservativeHQ.com have launched AmericaVote.org, an unprecedented get out the vote effort in North Carolina.

An Establishment in Panic

Patrick J. Buchanan, BernardGoldberg.com

The establishment is horrified at the Donald’s defiance because, deep within its soul, it fears that the people for whom Trump speaks no longer accept its political legitimacy or moral authority. It may rule and run the country, and may rig the system through mass immigration and a mammoth welfare state so that Middle America is never again able to elect one of its own. But that establishment, disconnected from the people it rules, senses, rightly, that it is unloved and even detested.

Trump steps up campaign spending in final stretch

Jonathan Swan, The Hill

Donald Trump finally ramped up his campaign spending in September after more than a year of living largely off the land on social media and cable TV. The GOP nominee raised $54.7 million and spent more than $70 million through the month of September – a vast increase on any previous month. He began October with $34.8 million in the bank.

Ginni Thomas: Why Trump?

Hillary Clinton’s embrace of two sets of rules would continue to denigrate America, where her limousine liberal donors, the mainstream media and Hollywood elites would benefit, while the government is turned upon the rest of us.

Conservatives Divided on Trump's Last Debate Performance

John Gizzi, Newsmax

National conservative leaders who spoke to Newmax after the final presidential debate Wednesday night clearly disagreed among themselves on just how serious was the damage Donald Trump experienced from his controversial statement about accepting the election's outcome.

Why Isn’t Donald Trump Losing Like Barry Goldwater?

David Franke, The American Conservative

So what if Trump wins the popular vote but Clinton wins the presidency in the Electoral College? I see that as a possible national disaster, especially since nobody understands the Electoral College anyway. The electorate on both sides is already more partisan and heated than I can remember since 1964, and Trump will not accept defeat as gently as Al Gore did in 2000.  The results of having two presidential winners—one by popular vote, the other in the Electoral College—could be scary.

Pence: Trump taking a 'wait-and-see approach' on election results

Lisa Hagen, The Hill

The Indiana governor said he and Trump will continue to fight for "more balanced coverage" and make sure voters are respecting the electoral process. Pence says he's "confident" they'll accept the results if the process is "fair."

Donald Trump's Best Debate of the 2016 Presidential Campaign

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Last night Trump was the winner on points. However, Trump failed to lay out a clear understanding of the two world views that are on the ballot this election. Hillary Clinton and her Democratic allies’ radical agenda for America mostly went undiscussed.

Hillary’s Most Dangerous Statement During Debate #3

Hillary Clinton's one short statement posed as a question, “What kind of rights will Americans have?” sums-up what’s at stake in this election.

It’s the System, Not the Election, That’s Rigged

David Ferguson, The American Spectator

As we reach the end of a long and contentious presidential election season, faith in government is approaching an all-time low. Far from being seen as servants of the people, many Americans now see government not as the keepers of justice and peace, but as a corrupt entity.

Finding Strength in Melania Trump

Larry Kudlow, National Review

For Hillary Clinton, I don’t see redemption. She is a corrupt political operative of the worst kind. But for Donald Trump, I may be seeing a way back. And his wife Melania is a big reason why. Melania Trump gave some remarkable cable interviews this week, and she has me looking at the awful last two weeks in a somewhat different light.

The one thing Trump should do at the final debate

Cal Thomas, Fox News

“The Clintons are criminals … and the establishment that protects them has engaged in a massive cover-up of widespread criminal activity at the State Department and the Clinton Foundation in order to keep the Clintons in power. Never in history have we seen such a cover-up as this.” Trump is right and this should be his line of attack in the third and final debate Wednesday night.

Trump seeks game-changer in last debate

Niall Stanage, The Hill

For Trump, the encounter could be his last opportunity to make a campaign-changing case against his Democratic opponent. The Republican trails by significant margins in both national and battleground state polls, and he desperately needs to change the trajectory of the race.