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Clinton IT tech granted immunity. Should Hillary be worried?

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Pleading the 5th will be off the table for Hillary Clinton’s IT technician because he has been granted immunity. Judge Napolitano says Mrs. Clinton should be very worried. From the DC: Judge Andrew Napolitano says Hillary Clinton “should be terrified” her IT technician, Bryan Pagliano, was granted immunity by a federal judge. …“Hillary should be terrified and I’ll tell you why,” Napolitano …

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Ben Carson ends his campaign several weeks too late.

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I genuinely like Ben Carson on a personal level, but he ran a completely lackluster campaign (like some other people I like who did drop out sooner) and never bothered to study up on the important issues of Constitutional conservatism. His refusal to drop out earlier has only helped Donald Trump solidify his lead by splitting the Conservative vote one more way.

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Here’s the delegate count after last night’s Super Tuesday results

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There’s a long way yet to go in the race for the GOP nomination for President, especially with Ted Cruz’s victories in Texas, Alaska, and Oklahoma last night. Donald Trump had the biggest night, but the sheer size of Texas and Trump’s narrower than expected victories make his delegate count far from insurmountable. rump is in the lead with 319, Cruz following close behind at 226, and Rubio is a weak 3rd at 110. There are several states left where Ted Cruz could pass Trump by winning just a single primary, but that won’t happen as long as Rubio and Cruz continue splitting the anti-Trump vote.

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Donald Trump amends his immigration positions: “Everything, by the way, is negotiable.”

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It’s the CORE of his political platform, the thing that set him up for success, but when you’re as unprincipled as Donald Trump, “everything is negotiable.” Like Barack Obama, Trump’s only principle for holding a position is whether or not its beneficial to him at that moment. Just like virtually every other political position he’s ever held, you can expect Donald’s immigration platform to be 180 degrees the opposite of what it is right now in due time.