Donald Trump

Trump slams Gowdy for Rubio endorsement

Byron York, Washington Examiner

Trump, in a Sunday-morning appearance on ‘Fox and Friends,’ said "I hope [Gowdy] does a better job than he did, frankly, at the Benghazi hearings, because they were a total disaster," referring to the Oct. 22 hearing in which Gowdy called Hillary Clinton to testify. "[Gowdy] did not win with those hearings. It was not good for Republicans and for the country. I hope he does a lot better for Marco than he did with the Benghazi hearings."

Charting Ted Cruz's meteoric rise in the polls

Ed Straker, American Thinker

There are two factors in play.  First, as we get closer to the primaries, people are starting to pay attention.  Most people make their decision on whom they will support not earlier than 60 days before a primary or caucus. And secondly, there has been a wholesale migration from Ben Carson to Ted Cruz.

Hillary Clinton the habitual liar lies habitually

Kevin D. Williamson, National Review

If we want to have authentic democracy, then we have to insist that people in public life be truthful about the events and personalities of the real world. We have to tell the truth about the people who are running for president.

Why are Obama and Ryan Ignoring this Patriot?

This administration has a deadly blind spot when it comes to Islamic terrorism. It is not willing to allow proper vetting and screening of refugees or immigrants from Islamic countries; Congress must take action to defend the security of the American people. Phillip Haney, retired DHS Customs & Border Protection Officer

Establishment threatens to bail if an “outsider” wins nomination

Ben Shapiro, Breitbart

It wouldn’t matter at all whether Trump were the establishment’s enemy or whether it was Senator Sen. Ted Cruz, currently the second-place finisher in national polls. So long as the frontrunner remains an outsider, the establishment will use all of its power to stop them, including the threat of a third-party run.

Trump spells trouble for Clinton

Ross Kaminsky, American Spectator

He’s done it to Jeb Bush, he’s done it to Ben Carson, he did it early on to Rick Perry and then to Scott Walker — feats that he isn’t shy to remind us about. And now his aim has turned toward Hillary Clinton. Unless she is some sort of GMP (Genetically Modified Politician) who is immune to political Roundup, she should be very worried.

It Is Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, Not Donald Trump, In An ISIS Recruiting Video

streiff, RedState

Hillary Clinton made the astonishing claim that Donald Trump was being used in ISIS recruiting videos. That resulted in a quick bit of “fact checking” by the progressive media which revealed that, no, Donald Trump wasn’t being used in ISIS recruiting videos. As it turns out, there is a prominent American featured in an ISIS recruiting video and that person is Bill Clinton.

Jeb Refuses To Back Trump Over Clinton In CNN Interview

Blake Neff, Daily Caller

Jeb Bush refused to answer a question over whether he’d support Donald Trump against Hillary Clinton for the presidency in an appearance on CNN Thursday night, lending further support to claims he is backing out of a pledge to back the final GOP nominee.

Trump and Cruz Won Tuesday’s GOP Debate, Establishment Candidates Clear Losers

The results left no doubt that conservatives continue to reject the old, established leadership of the GOP, looking to candidates whose words and deeds demonstrate an eagerness to overturn the radical agenda of the Obama administration rather than accommodate it.

Can Marco Rubio Lie His Way To The Presidency?

During Tuesday’s CNN debate Jeb Bush told populist frontrunner Donald Trump “You can't insult your way to presidency.” But as Trump pointed out, he’s at 41% and Jeb is fading fast at 4%. However, aside from “insulting your way to the presidency” there’s a second way to get to the presidency apparently favored by the neo-con establishment, and that is the good old fashioned lying preferred by Marco Rubio.

Rubio “Rattled” in CNN’s Testosterone Booster Debate

Last night’s CNN national security debate was a testosterone-fueled neo-con slugfest in which most of the candidates vied with one another over how quickly after their election they would launch another Mideast invasion. But Marco Rubio, the campaign's leading hawk, lost his cool when Rand Paul and Ted Cruz hammered him on his advocacy of amnesty for illegal aliens, open borders and jihadist refugee resettlement while Donald Trump decried the enormous cost of the disastrous policies Rubio has advocated.