Donald Trump

Ted Cruz Super PACs Offer Big $$ for Vets if Trump Will Debate Him One-on-One In Iowa

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

The press release made clear the parameters of the pro-Cruz Super PACs’ offer: The debate must be between just Trump and Cruz, must take place on or before Sunday Jan. 31 in Iowa, must be one-hour long, and the candidates can pick a jointly-agreed-to moderator themselves. Cruz announced he has a venue and time and place already set for it.

Hey Evangelicals! Heard the Latest Bible Knowledge From Trump?

Erick Erickson, The Resurgent

Appearing on Bill O'Reilly's Fox News program, Trump misquoted the Sermon on the Mount, claiming Jesus’s words help justify his skipping tonight’s debate -- that it’s "an eye for an eye." Yes, Donald Trump, the Bible does say that. And Jesus specifically says not to engage in retaliation like that.

Paul: 'The IQ of the Debate Went Up a Couple Dozen Points'

Susan Jones, CNS News

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) says the Republican Party is better off having Donald Trump off the debate stage Thursday night: "You know, I think Donald Trump taking his ball and going home -- there's absolutely no risk. It's an improvement to the debate. The IQ of the debate went up a couple dozen points," Paul told Fox News on Wednesday.

Hide the Women and Children: What A Vote For Donald Trump Really Means

Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
As the Iowa Caucuses approach it is important that cultural conservatives and faith-first voters recognize what a vote for Donald Trump actually means.

FedUp PAC Poll: Conservatives Want to See Trump Rejoin Debate

A FedUp PAC online poll found 59% of conservatives said that Trump should not carry out his plan to boycott the debate compared to 34% who support the boycott.  Only 46% agree with Trump that Fox anchorwoman Megyn Kelly, one of the debate moderators, has a conflict of interest that should rule out her participation.

Cruz Challenges Trump to a 'One-on-One Debate...Mano a Mano'

Susan Jones, CNS News

Appearing on Mark Levin's radio show Tuesday night, Cruz said, "If Donald is afraid of Megyn Kelly, I would like to invite him, on your show, to participate in a one-on-one debate, between me and Donald, mano a mano.” Cruz, now on a bus tour across Iowa, said Iowa is a close, two-man race. He said every presidential candidate "owes it to the voters" to answer their hard questions.

Will Donald Duck Debate With Cruz?

We here at CHQ might be the only media outlet that says “We don’t blame Trump” for skipping the Fox debate. But that doesn’t mean Donald Trump shouldn’t debate the other Republican candidates for President. That is why we strongly urge Trump to accept the challenge Senator Ted Cruz issued to him the minute it became known that Trump was skipping the Fox News Iowa debate.

Pro-life Leaders Urge Iowans to Support Anyone But Trump

A group of pro-life women leaders from Iowa as well as the heads of national pro-life organizations have released a devastating letter urging pro-life voters to support anyone but Donald Trump in the upcoming Republican primaries.

Good News From Iowa, Bad News From The Republican National Convention

Despite the fact that outsiders Ted Cruz and Donald Trump are blowing away the competition in Iowa, the Republican establishment of lobbyists, elected officials and big donors has served notice it isn't going to let a little thing like losing elections get in the way of making sure one of its own is the 2016 Republican presidential nominee.

Yes Christian, You Are Supposed to Judge Donald Trump

Erick Erickson, The Resurgent

When we are confronted by a man who calls himself a Christian and does not admit he is a sinner, says he has never needed to repent, has tried to take a widow’s home against her consent, has been divorced multiple times and committed adultery, you absolutely are called to judge. The Bible is explicit in this.

The Rejection Election

Patrick J. Buchanan, CNS News

For the Sanders, Trump, Cruz and Carson voters, the status quo seems not only unacceptable, but intolerable. And if their candidates and causes do not prevail, they are probably not going to accept defeat stoically, and go quietly into that good night, but continue to disrupt the system until it responds.

President Trump Will Complete the Europeanization of America

Leon H. Wolf, RedState

Even if Trump can do half the things he promises, the end result of his nomination as the standard bearer of the Republican party is that we are ten years or less from joining the Brits, French, Germans, and Greeks in basically accepting that the government should run our healthcare, our workplaces, and our economic sector, and just bickering about who can do it most efficiently.

Why The Establishment Of Both Parties Prefers Trump Over Cruz

In what only the Left could consider an attack on Ted Cruz, Clinton Labor Secretary Robert Reich gives Cruz higher points than Trump on the issues that matter to most Republicans and inadvertently explains why the establishment of both political parties believes it can make a deal with Donald Trump, but not Ted Cruz.

Is Donald Trump Samson Or Delilah?

The notion of pulling the enemy’s temple down upon their heads is a seductive idea deeply embedded in our culture through the Biblical story of Samson, told in the Book of Judges. But is Donald Trump Samson or Delilah?

Cruz and Duncan To Obama And Ryan: Stop Rolling Out A Welcome Mat For Terrorists

Winning the war Islam has declared on the West is going to take more than a few good lines in a speech. Through his legislative record Ted Cruz has shown that, among all the Republican candidates for President, he’s the only one who understands both the threat Islam poses to constitutional liberty and the most effective means by which to fight it.

How Trump defines a conservative

Susan Jones, CNS News

"What is your definition of conservative?" CBS's John Dickerson, host of "Face the Nation," asked Donald Trump on Sunday. His rambling answer didn’t really provide much of a definition.

Be wary of Trump, conservatives, be wary

Editors, Washington Examiner

In his own campaign promises and stated beliefs, there is a an ideology and an instinct that are at odds with bedrock conservative principles. Trump does not share a commitment to property rights that lies at the heart of what originally made America great.