Jeb Bush

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Are Ted Cruz and Donald Trump in cahoots?

Donald Trump continues to confound the Republican Party, with the establishment wondering whether to ignore him or fear him. Plus, are Ted Cruz and The Donald in cahoots?; Carly Fiorina’s challenge to stay in the game and Jeb Bush and John Kasich get an “F.”

Bush donors getting uneasy

streiff, RedState

Under Jeb’s original plan he should have frightened virtually all serious candidates from the race by his fundraising. He hasn’t. That shows everyone knows that the only way Bush wins the nomination is if the other 16 guys chain themselves together and set themselves on fire.

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.

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.

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.

Jeb Bush says he would not rule out use of torture by government

Ken Dilanian, The Globe and Mail

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush declined to rule out resuming the use of torture under some circumstances by the U.S. government if he becomes president.

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.

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.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Treat the Donald with care

Donald Trump makes peace with Fox, but still won’t apologize to Megyn Kelly; what candidates are in trouble this week; are we heading for a Goldwater situation?; Ben Carson, voice of reason, and, why there won’t be a third Bush presidency.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Where’s the truth, candidates?

With all the material being slung between the Republican candidates these days, the world just might run out of mud. Plus, Cruz and Fiorina gain in a new, post-debate poll; a warning sign on Carly (?) and an advisor to Ben Carson says Erick Erickson lied about the reasons why Ben wasn’t invited to the RedState gathering.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: The unrepentant Donald

A mere few days after the stimulating first Republican debate in Cleveland, the buzz continues regarding several of the candidates – particularly Donald Trump and Carly Fiorina, but for different reasons. And, Jeb Bush takes the gloves off at the RedState gathering.

Who got the most airtime at the debate?

Jason Russell, Washington Examiner

Donald Trump spoke for more than twice as long as Rand Paul did. Trump spoke for almost 11 minutes in the two-hour debate. Paul spoke for a little more than five minutes. The average was about seven minutes per candidate.

The Bush News Network Tries To Take Out Trump

The problem for the Republican establishment and the DC political class is that Trump’s rapid rise in the polls is not about Trump – it’s about his message – and no one came away from last night’s debate saying, “well Trump was his usual bombastic self, so I guess I’ll abandon him and vote for Jeb Bush.”

First Republican Debate: Would YOU pledge to vote for Jeb?

For weeks we’ve been wondering how the Republican field would handle the presence of Donald Trump on stage with the rest of the “conventional” candidates. On Thursday night in Cleveland, we got the answer. Trump delivered perhaps the most unconventional “performance” in a debate that we’ve ever witnessed – and his presence literally forced all the other candidates to get serious about staking out and defending their positions.

Fox News “Happy Hour” debate: Fiorina wins convincingly on the undercard

The arena was empty, the candidates were verbose and the substance was light. Carly Fiorina appeared to be the only candidate who will clearly benefit from Fox’s “Happy Hour” lower-tier debate.

The Big Government Four: Bush, Rubio, Huckabee and Kasich

What separates these four from the Republican base is their willingness to be the tax collector for the welfare state and their reliance on government to address matters that limited government constitutional conservatives prefer to allow the market and individual free will to decide.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Rock n’ roll in Cleveland tonight

Even with the field set for tonight’s long anticipated first “official” Republican presidential debate, a cloud of distrust still hovers over the event. Plus, will you tune-in for the “Happy Hour” debate, and, what if Trump wins the nomination?