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Presidential Horse Race 2016: Scott Walker takes on the GOP establishment

Another day, another poll showing Donald Trump solidly in the lead. Plus, Scott Walker takes off the kid gloves; Trump’s immigration plan blows up the GOP race; Ben Carson looks to take from Trump, and, Hillary is Jeb Bush’s biggest fan in the GOP race.

Why Ted Cruz has the best chance of becoming the GOP nominee

James Poulos, The Week

With Cruz holding steady in the polls, the stage is just about set for him to emerge as the only "true conservative" in the race with the brains and the chops to match the purity.

Post-debate, Trump pulls clear of competition

Jennifer Agiesta, CNN

Donald Trump has won his party's trust on top issues more than any other Republican presidential candidate, and now stands as the clear leader in the race for the GOP nomination, according to a new CNN/ORC poll. The survey finds Trump with the support of 24% of Republican registered voters. His nearest competitor, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, stands 11 points behind at 13%.

Immigration is the issue of the century

Pat Buchanan, CNS News

“Will the West endure, or disappear by the century's end as another lost civilization? Mass immigration, if it continues, will be more decisive in deciding the fate of the West than Islamist terrorism. For the world is invading the West.”

Are Trump’s immigration views mainstream?

Allahpundit, Hot Air

The answer depends on how you define “mainstream” — and, actually, how you define “Trump’s views.”

Trump and Cruz Voters Hold the Key to Electing a Conservative Congress

What the Republican establishment and its U.S. Chamber of Commerce allies fear beyond anything else, including the election of Hillary Clinton as President, is that those voters who support Donald Trump and Ted Cruz can be welded into a cohesive grassroots populist conservative army committed to breaking what Ted Cruz calls the “Washington cartel.”

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Donald Trump in control

A new Fox News poll shows the GOP “outsider” presidential candidates dominating the field. Plus, Ted Cruz as… Ricky Bobby?; Trump’s outside-the-box campaign; Trump’s immigration plan just might win him the election; Ben Carson’s an outsider, too and, RINOs look for alternatives to Jeb.

Trump: Give Iraq’s oil money to wounded warriors

Susan Jones, CNS News

Donald Trump says he would defeat ISIS by taking over the oil fields the terrorists have seized in Iraq. He would then give the money to the families of soldiers killed in Iraq and to the war’s wounded warriors.

GOP consultant trashes conservative base

John Nolte, Breitbart

Rick Wilson, a top Republican media consultant, appeared on CNN the other night to hurl criticism mixed with a lot of faux-macho ad-hominem at Republican front-runner Donald Trump. Along the way, he insulted Trump’s “low information” supporters. This is why we lose.

Game Changer: Trump & Sen. Jeff Sessions Meeting

The reason this is so important – and really is a game changer – is that no one on the national scene understands the politics of populist opposition to open borders and amnesty for illegal aliens better than Senator Jeff Sessions.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Democrat-lite equals loss in 2016

Donald Trump made a splash at the Iowa State Fair this weekend. Plus, Fiorina touts religious liberty; Ron Paul to the rescue; Ben Carson and ‘Black Lives Matter’; Jeb Bush ditches George W. on Social Security and Iraq and Cruz: Democrat-lite equals loss in 2016.

Obama Kills Another Innocent American

The evidence mounts every day that Donald Trump was right – Mexico is pushing violent criminals across the border and plenty of those illegal aliens out on the streets are not hardworking folk doing the jobs Americans don’t want to do while committing an “act of love” as Jeb Bush so memorably put it.

The Three Presidential Primaries

Peggy Noonan, The Wall Street Journal

What the American establishment has given us the past 20 years is sex scandals, money scandals, two unwon wars, an economic collapse, an inadequate recovery, and borders we no longer even pretend to control. They think: What will you give us next, the plague? Thus there are not two presidential primary contests going on but three: “More Obama,” “Less Obama,” and “Trump.”

GOP Elites Call for Purge of Trump

Pat Buchanan, CNS News

Trump should tell the GOP that if it disrespects him and his followers, then he is prepared to do as did the biblical hero Samson, when, blinded and mocked by the Philistines, he pushed the pillars apart and brought the temple down upon the heads of them all. The Republican establishment will understand that.

Donald Trump, Golden Haired Sun Eater

Ben Domenech, The Federalist

Trump rises in a reality in which the Jacksonian American spirit – fed up with being told what they can and can’t say and do, with what is reasonable or practical to expect given the circumstances, with leadership they feel no longer serves their priorities – decides to just throw their hands in the air and express their rage the only way they can – “sure, whatever, Trump.”

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Ted’s southern campaign on Cruz control

The Iowa caucuses are almost six months away and already there’s speculation on which Republicans won’t make it there. Plus, Donald Trump, former Democrat, never at a loss for words; Fiorina and the Republican glass ceiling; Ted Cruz tours the south and Ben Carson: Planned Parenthood founded to control black population.

How about a little compassion for We the People?

Lloyd Marcus, American Thinker

“Not only have We the People had to endure mainstream media, Democrat, and GOP establishment attacks, some on our side are attacking us for not being ‘smart enough’ to reject Donald Trump. I say, have a little compassion for us.”

Why Is Dr. Ben Carson Being Shut Out?

Dr. Carson deserves better treatment than he is getting from the Republican political establishment because let’s face it – Ben Carson can learn about policy, but there’s nothing that can make Donald Trump and Jeb Bush more likeable.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Is Trump coming back down to earth?

A recent Rasmussen poll shows Donald Trump losing one-third of his support, though he still leads. Meanwhile, Carly Fiorina warns GOP congressional leaders; what to make of Trump’s candidacy and finally, Republicans wobble but they don’t fall down.

Why Trump Is Still Leading And Ted Cruz Rose After The Fox Debate

What the establishment media doesn’t seem to get and the Republican establishment fears beyond anything else, including the election of Hillary Clinton as President, is that those voters who support Donald Trump and Ted Cruz understand that the Republican establishment is the problem.