Donald Trump

Donald Trump’s secret weapon for Debate No. 2

Monica Crowley, Washington Times

Many are now demanding that he truly go on the attack. Since it’s in the political bloodstream that he did not hit her proactively the last time, he now has a free hand to up the ante without being stigmatized as an unsuitable hothead. If Mrs. Clinton thinks the final two debates are going to resemble the first one, she may face a very unpleasant surprise.

Is Trump Admiral Bull Halsey or Captain Queeg?

Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

If Trump fights Hillary with a coherent plan that is the antithesis of the last eight years, rather than harping about his business reputation and obsessing with the trivial, he still might win a conservative Congress, a cadre of loyal conservative cabinet officers, a rare chance to remake the Supreme Court in a fashion not seen since the 1930s — and at 70 years of age make all his prior celebrity achievements of the past seem as nothing in comparison.

Trump Boasts Of ‘Single Most Decisive Victory In The History Of Vice Presidential Debates’

Alex Pappas, Daily Caller

Trump's comments, during a campaign rally in Henderson, Nevada, comes after speculation that Trump may be actually frustrated with Pence’s performance on Tuesday night, despite the positive reviews.

Dr. Jerry Falwell, Jr.: Americans Must Unite Behind Trump And Pence Or Suffer Dire Consequences

It is naive or deceptive for conservatives to claim that a write-in vote or a third-party vote will not benefit Clinton. A vote for Donald Trump and Mike Pence is a vote for more freedom and less government, a vote for national security and responsible immigration policy, a vote to finally fight radical Islamic terrorism. It is a vote to rebuild America’s respect overseas and a vote for strict-constructionist and pro-life Supreme Court justices.

Trump and Taxes

Property taxes are public records that could be reported on if one desired. It should be obvious (even without his personal returns) that Trump is the original source of much pubic revenue.  Each Trump property pays significant property taxes.  I would venture that the Trump Tower in New York probably pays more in property taxes than is paid in all types of taxes by most individuals or corporations.

NRA out with biggest ad buy yet to boost Trump

Sarah Wheaton, Politico

Starting Wednesday, the NRA is spending $6.5 million on a spot featuring a 26-year-old lawyer named Kristi McMains, who said the pistol in her purse saved her life when a man attacked her in a parking garage.

Pence writes the playbook for Trump

Michael Barone, Washington Examiner

Mike Pence gave Donald Trump an instruction manual on how to deliver substantive responses on public policy issues — and how to avoid diversions into topics, particularly ad hominem attacks, that hurt rather than help your cause.

This November, Abortion Is On The Ballot

Marjorie Dannenfelser, Daily Caller

The Trump/Pence ticket is one of the most pro-life in history. They have committed to preserving the Hyde Amendment, appointing pro-life judges to the Supreme Court, signing the 20-week Pain Capable legislation into law to end gruesome, late-term abortion, and to defunding the nation’s largest abortion chain, Planned Parenthood.

Is It Too Late To Replace Donald Trump With Mike Pence?

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Last night Mike Pence laid claim to be the clear and obvious heir to Ronald Reagan with nobody in second place.

Pence Debate Performance Confirms Him As De Facto Leader Of The Conservative Movement

Mike Pence had one job going into last night’s debate and that was to defend his running mate and his positions, but in doing that job effectively he accomplished another much more important job; he confirmed his position as de facto leader of the conservative movement.

Why Trump's Taxes Won't Hurt Him

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

What happens to America, if the uprisings and rebellions in the two parties—Donald Trump and Ted Cruz in the GOP, the Bernie Sanders revolt in the Democratic Party—are turned back, and we get in 2017 the same old people and same old policies we repudiated in 2015 and 2016?

The Horsewhipping of Donald Trump

William Murchison, The American Spectator

One thing you have to say for the “progressive” media’s anti-Trump campaign: It takes the readers’ and the viewers’ minds off Hillary Clinton. That is important, as a deep examination of the lady’s credentials could get voters worrying over how much liberty is likely to be left at the end of a Clinton term.

Clinton's, news media's anti-Trump campaign shifts into top gear

David M. Drucker, Washington Examiner

Clinton, the Democratic nominee, with massive supporting salvos from Hollywood and news outlets, is targeting Trump's business practices and acumen, his relations with women, and what they say is his temperamental unsuitability for the Oval Office. The news-entertainment industry is amplifying Clinton's campaign message to top volume.

Dr. James Dobson: “Why I’m Voting For Donald Trump”

“I have decided to endorse Donald J. Trump for President of the United States, not only because of my great concern about Hillary Clinton. I am supporting Mr. Trump primarily because I believe he is the most capable candidate to lead the United States of America in this complicated hour."

Hillary Clinton Never Met A War She Didn’t Want Other Americans To Fight

Of Hillary Clinton's belligerent record Donald Trump observed: “Sometimes it seemed like there wasn’t a country in the Middle East that Hillary Clinton didn’t want to invade, intervene in, or topple.”

Donald Trump is ready to lead

Mike Pence, USA Today

By electing Donald Trump, the American people have the opportunity to choose a bold leader. In a political world often reserved for talkers, Donald Trump is a doer. I’ve come to know the man who invited me to join him on the Republican ticket as thoughtful, compassionate and steady. Above all, I know he is ready to lead the United States as our next president and commander in chief.