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Cruz Warms to Trump

Burgess Everett, Politico

Two months after snubbing Donald Trump at the Republican convention, Ted Cruz is now praising the GOP presidential nominee for inserting himself in Congress' eleventh-hour negotiations over a government funding bill. "Appreciate @realDonaldTrump’s support of our efforts to keep the internet free," Cruz tweeted on Wednesday afternoon.

Despite Its Controversial Republican Governor, Maine Is Beginning To Trend Trump

Stewart Lawrence, Daily Caller

Maine, especially the northern part of the state, has gone conservative in a big way since 2011, when LePage took office.  He hasn’t always been popular but the state is clearly trending away from the Democrats and could end up in the GOP win column in November.

The Bush family's lament

Eli Stokols, Politico

Over a 24-hour span that began with Jeb Bush's surprising and sardonic cameo in Sunday's Emmy Awards broadcast and Monday night’s reports that his father, former President George H.W. Bush, had told a family friend privately that he intended to support Hillary Clinton, the Bushes returned to the headlines, and are giving Trump just the establishment foil he so capably exploits.

Clinton Keeps Low Profile Before Debate

Steve Berman, The Resurgent

Debates are important. They can either stop momentum or add to it. Trump is counting on a good performance. Clinton very well might play the underdog if she can’t break through Trump’s attacks on health, terrorism, and of course, citing his own “terrific” poll numbers.

We Establish the Connection Between Minnesota, New York and New Jersey Muslim Terror Attacks

The lie in the Obama-Clinton narrative about the global jihad movement’s alleged “selective” use of religious texts to justify its actions is that terrorism and sexual slavery and everything that goes with them are not inventions of ISIS, or “violent extremists,” they are right there in the Qur’an – and in graphic terms that cannot be misunderstood or taken out of context.

Donald Trump’s Death Struggle With the Press

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

Do the major media understand that in their determination, bordering on desperation, to kill Trump, they are killing their credibility? And as they are losing credibility they are losing the country.

Clinton's frothing hypocrisy over birtherism

Editors, Washington Examiner

Clinton's hypocrisy in this matter is just as indefensible. Her frothing outrage over Trump's behavior is, if anything, even more disgusting when you know how she cynically participated in exactly the same smear when she had something to gain from it.

Tax Cuts, King Dollar & Growth: From JFK, To Reagan, To Trump

Larry Kudlow, Daily Caller

JFK and Reagan’s growth model included tax cuts and a steady dollar. Trump has taken a gigantic step toward restoring prosperity with his tax-cut-centered fiscal policy. Hopefully he will soon turn to a sound-dollar policy to bolster the growth impact of lower tax rates and regulations.

What’s More Depressing: Hillary’s Campaign Or The Thought Of Her As President?

The vision of the future offered by Mrs. Clinton is more like one of the more depressing chapters in Ayn Rand’s classic novel Atlas Shrugged than “Morning in America.” But what's even more depressing is that when Donald Trump and his supporters are correct about the threats facing our country, the establishment media is so obsessed with defeating Trump that they attack him or claim he is jumping to conclusions when he is right.

The Keys to Unlocking the Election

Robert W Merry, The American Conservative

The voters, exercising their collective franchise, bring sound judgment to the task of choosing their leaders, that their decisions are based on big-picture considerations and not trivia, and that the country’s referendum guidance system has remained consistent through the country’s presidential history. Given that, the keys that predict victory could pose bad news for Clinton.

Trump: Saturday attacks show Clinton won't keep US safe

Evelyn Rupert, The Hill

Donald Trump said that a trio of attacks across the U.S. on Saturday prove that President Obama's and Hillary Clinton's policies can't protect Americans. "Under the leadership of Obama & Clinton, Americans have experienced more attacks at home than victories abroad. Time to change the playbook!" he wrote.

Trump to meet with Egyptian president

Nahal Toosi, Politico

The Republican presidential nominee will meet on Monday with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in New York on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly, according to the Egyptian state media. Trump has said he plans to work with Sisi to fight terrorism as president, describing him as a leader who recognizes that "this ideology of death that must be extinguished."

We Have to Deal With Putin

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

Putin is a nationalist who looks out for Russia first. He also heads a nation twice the size of ours with an arsenal equal to our own, and no peace in Eurasia can be made without him. We have to deal with him. How does it help to call him names?

Is Hillary Clinton out of ammo to use against Donald Trump?

Howard Kurtz, Fox News

This was always the danger in making the Clinton campaign primarily about demonizing Trump in a change election in which she is undeniably the establishment candidate. He does the same to her, but Trump is identified with a few signature issues: immigration, terrorism and using his business background to create jobs.

Here Are The Highlights From Donald Trump’s Health Exam

Alex Pappas, Daily Caller

Trump’s campaign said the examination, with his longtime doctor Harold N. Bornstein, took place Sept. 9. In a press release, the campaign said: “We are pleased to disclose all of the test results which show that Mr. Trump is in excellent health, and has the stamina to endure — uninterrupted — the rigors of a punishing and unprecedented presidential campaign and, more importantly, the singularly demanding job of President of the United States.”

Trump’s Michigan Surge Confirmed And Explained

Hillary Clinton's lead in Michigan has fallen 7 points in the past month. An exclusive new Detroit Free Press/WXYZ-TV poll shows Trump has moved close to tying Clinton in a state that hasn't backed a Republican nominee since 1988.