When Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) speaks to crowds, he doesn’t stand still, pacing around stages and ballrooms, gesticulating wildly in an effort to connect with audiences. Sometimes his speeches have the feel of a...
Monthly Archive: August 2015
Chris Christie is in some hot water! The 2016 presidential candidate revealed his immigration plan to a group of potential voters on Aug. 29, suggesting they be tracked like FedEx packages. That didn’t go over so well for Chris — see some of the Twitter backlash below!
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) on Sunday was forced to take a break from criticizing Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton’s use of private email to instead defend his own use of a non-government email account
Tonight, Public Policy Polling gave The Rachel Maddow Show a sneak peek at the results of their August 28-30 poll to be released tomorrow. While the findings at the top of the poll are what we’ve come to expect from the Republican field – Donald Trump and Ben Carson securing the top spots – what is more surprising is to find Beltway-favored candidates Chris Christie and Rand Paul floundering at the bottom with barely any support.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) is panning calls to build a wall along the nation’s northern border with Canada, something GOP rival, Gov. Scott Walker (Wis.), would not rule out.
SALEM, New Hampshire — At Margarita’s Restaurant on Thursday morning, few people seemed to care much that George Pataki had embarked on his latest round of campaigning in their midst.
The U.S. Department of Justice said in a court filing late Monday (Aug. 31) that Gov. Bobby Jindal’s decision to cancel Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast’s contract appears to be in violation of the federal Medicaid Act.
(CNSNews.com) – Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal told CBS’s “Face the Nation” on Sunday that people who want to come to the United States should learn English and adopt our values, because “immigration without assimilation is invasion.”
The tech industry may be known for leaning blue, but in the 2016 election cycle, presidential hopeful Marco Rubio has already tapped deeply into Silicon Valley’s extensive wealth, raising more funds than any other Republican.
Donald Trump is saying that to “Make America Great Again” we have to get tougher on China and Japan. Each, he charges, has taken American jobs, especially China. In the case of Japan, we are obligated to defend them, but they have no obligation to defend us. And we do not charge them.