Donald Trump


A.J. Delgado, Breitbart

Shifting America back on course requires Donald Trump as the Republican nominee. Not only is he the only Republican candidate who could win the general election, but he is the only choice Republican voters should consider (and should consider themselves lucky to have on their side). In no particular order, here are the top 20 reasons why.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Donald Trump leads for 100 days

Ben Carson leads Trump by eight points in a new Iowa poll. Plus, Trump’s 100 days in the lead; Line-ups settled for next week’s CNBC Republican debate, and, Rand Paul’s plan to stand out in the CNBC debate.

Paul Ryan and the suicide of the GOP establishment

Jeffrey Lord, American Spectator

Is Paul Ryan part of the answer to the GOP Establishment’s suicidal impulse here? Does he even realize that after all this time in Congress he is now seen by some, in the words of that old saying, as “part of the problem and not part of the solution”?

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Kneel at the feet of Hillary Clinton

With Joe Biden out, commence the coronation of Hillary. Plus, another poll shows Donald Trump way out in front; Should we be making real decisions based on shaky polls?; Romney says as traditional media fails, “insurgents” rise, and, Ben Carson’s unequivocal position on gay marriage.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Will Donald Trump and Ben Carson show at the next debate?

Roger Stone says Trump and Cruz are the only ones who could take on Hillary face-to-face. Plus, If John Kasich calls out, will anyone listen?; Ben Carson goes on book tour while ramping up his campaign; While Ben expands his operation, Jeb’s contracting, and, Donald Trump and Ben Carson threaten to boycott CNBC debate.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Jeb Bush’s “Jebcare” is a Big Government Boondoggle

Democrats draw about ten million fewer viewers than Republicans. Plus, Score: Republicans 4, Democrats 0; Has Ben Carson closed the gap on Trump?; Why Carly Fiorina isn’t following Ben Carson’s poll success, and, Jeb’s healthcare plan is still government controlled.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Democrats’ debate – blame the Republicans!

Democrat debate summary – America would be great if…? Plus, Should Republicans root for Hillary to win the Democrat nomination?; Hillary versus Carly wouldn’t be a fair fight; Trump targets the wishy-washy crowd and his opponents, and, Ben Carson’s religious beliefs aren’t strange.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Democrats debate tonight. Will anyone watch?

Democrats to debate for the first time tonight. Plus, Ben Carson won’t let the media get to him; GOP establishment has no more crowns to pass out in South Carolina, and, Santorum and Jindal try to rise in the polls by lowering taxes.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Intractable Donald Trump still on top

Another new poll shows Trump leading the outsiders dominating the establishment candidates. Plus, Ted Cruz is talking to other candidates’ voters, so what?; Congressional endorsements – who really wants them?; Ben Carson battles the press – and the press will lose, and, Huckabee wants a “no rules” debate.

Megyn Kelly: Roger Ailes and I never wanted a war with Trump

Allahpundit, Hot Air

“I think Kelly decided early on in this drama that no matter what Trump said, no matter how nasty the public backlash was, she was going to prove him wrong by shrugging everything off. And here we are.”

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Are Donald Trump and Ben Carson real conservatives?

Jesus had a ground game and the “outsiders” will need one too. Plus, Gallup’s exit and snapshots in time; Are Trump and Carson feeling the heat because of a lack of conservative credentials?; No joke: Mitt Romney for Speaker rumors, and, Does anyone buy Jeb Bush as a ‘disruptor?’

How Republicans Should Handle Donald Trump

Chries King, American Thinker

Instead of dissing The Donald, Republicans should enjoy him, embrace him and include him – even if he doesn’t end up being the party nominee.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Bobby Jindal says everyone needs skin in the game

Gallup is no longer polling the horse race. Plus, Bobby Jindal says everyone needs skin in the game; Ted Cruz hasn’t made his move yet and when he does, watch out; Rand Paul asks Iowa backers to design his next TV ad, and, Is it time for Jeb to drop out?

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Is this the end of the Mitt Romney rumors?

Ann Romney said it was the "right decision" not to run again in 2016. Plus, Trump jabs at Romney’s top strategist; Fiorina fires back at Planned Parenthood president; If Carly is the anti-Hillary, then Ben Carson is the anti-Obama; Let them all debate, and, Jeb hints George W. is “conservative lite."

Will conservatives break the RINO spell in 2016?

Sahil Kapur, Bloomberg

But with a swath of “outsider” candidates gaining traction, and the party's historical tendency to nominate an establishment figure, conservatives have their work cut out in uniting behind one to carry the party's torch.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Planned Parenthood president calls Carly Fiorina a liar

Donald Trump’s polling lead in the early states is shrinking, but pollsters say don’t trust them to get it right this year. Plus, this week’s Rand Paul fold the tent rumor; Donald Trump doesn’t need advertising when he’s got Twitter; Planned Parenthood president calls Carly a liar, and, George W. to stump for Jeb in South Carolina?

The Washington Post’s Dana Milbank Hands Donald Trump 10,000 Votes In Iowa

The political class sees the GOP primary season as an exercise in pandering to grassroots conservatives’ demands for a limited constitutional government, lower taxes and policies based on traditional values, but once the nomination is secured the candidate is supposed to "pivot to the center." What alarms establishment Republicans like Mitt Romney and apparently offends The Washington Post’s Dana Milbank is that this year Republican primary voters are not buying the scam.