This is a great interview because it’s long enough to dig deep into some of the issues. Hannity and Cruz start out by examining the state of the race, along with the historical president that no candidate has ever one the primary without winning one of the first four states—thus far, only Trump and Cruz have done so. Statistically, Marco Rubio’s candidacy is a complete outlier at this point. Perhaps the best he can do is aim for a brokered convention and muscle his way onto Trump’s campaign as Vice President by wielding the power of his handful of delegates. Cruz, on the other hand, has a path to victory (albeit a narrow one), both in the primary and a general election against Clinton or Sanders. It all hinges on what happens this Tuesday.
The US has the highest corporate tax rate in the entire free world. It should surprise exactly no one when companies finally get out of Dodge.
I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve had fun watching Marco Rubio come alive in the last 24 hours in his fight against Donald Trump, but I think it’s important to remember that Rubio has his fair share of inconsistencies on the issues as well. During his brief time in the Senate, Rubio has repeatedly made blunders, abandoning principles to side with the political elite. His Presidential platforms have made some improvements on some of those blunders, but he’s made matters worse in other areas. One of these is healthcare, in which Rubio’s plan is a massive government program that isn’t all that dissimilar to Obamacare.
Marco Rubio has finally decided to engage in a bare-knuckle fight with Donald Trump after weeks of foolishly attacking Ted Cruz and wrongfully accusing Cruz of being a liar. The real liar, and the obvious one, is Donald Trump. I suppose after losing ever primary so far, Rubio has decided it’s time for a change in tactics, and it appears to be working for him. However, it might be too little too late.
As usual, Crowder nails it…and he makes you laugh while doing it. Check your privilege, leftists!
The fact that they can’t figure out how many of her emails are missing is proof positive that she violated the Federal Records Act. That alone should lock her up. Add onto that the fact that her deleted emails contain thousands of classified documents, and she’s permanently banned from holding public office. Add onto that the fact that the reason her emails were secret in the first place was to cover up her corrupt deal making as Secretary of State, and Hillary Clinton should be locked away for life.
One of the more comical things birthed from last night’s raucous debate was Donald Trump’s post-debate Twitter ranting, which was so riddled with misspellings that it was impossible to take him seriously. If Trump University offers a spelling class, Trump is failing “bigly.”
One is run by a terrorist organization, and the other is run by a democratically elected government that is a strong ally of the United States; but for some reason, Donald Trump can’t tell the difference. Meanwhile, Hamas indiscriminately sends thousands of rockets into residential areas of Israel and uses children as human shields for cover. Israel is the only nation in the Middle East with any kind of free speech or religious liberty, and the thugs running “Palestine” (which is not a real country) has openly declared Jews and Christians the enemies of Allah.
The headline doesn’t do this story justice. Yesterday was utter chaos at California State University as Black Lives Matter protestors actually blocked the entrances and exits of the auditorium where Ben Shapiro was speaking and then pulled the fire alarm. But none of that stopped the speech from going on. Ben stood up to the fascist bullies and blasted them for their racist hypocrisy.
If Hillary Clinton wants to defend herself for supporting Planned Parenthood, all she needs to do is use some of Donald Trump’s idiotic talking points from last night’s debate.
First a video from last night’s debate (in which Marco Rubio finally came alive against Trump instead of cowardly accusing Ted Cruz of being a liar), then an article to back up Rubio’s accusations. Now, this is in no way an endorsement of Marco Rubio (because Rubio has his own hypocrisy to deal with, especially on illegal immigration), but what he says here about Trump is true, and we link to the sources below.
You don’t want to test Ted Cruz in this kind of debate—the guy has a nearly perfect auditory memory, and if you said it, he’ll remember it. Here’s the video to prove it.
Trump likes to hurl the accusation of “liar, liar” around, but it’s purely a defense mechanism to deflect from his own habit of lying.