Category: Election

Pressler Ranch in Bellville, TX

Influential Texas Conservative Backs Ted Cruz

Judge Paul Pressler has left an indelible imprint on Texas politics, and he’s been fighting for conservative values for decades. Pressler recently came out in support of Senator Ted Cruz for president in 2016.

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Ted Cruz speaking at Values Voter Summit in Washington D.C. on October 7, 2011. (Photo credit: Gage Skidmore)

The Most Conservative 2016 Presidential Candidate

As the Washington Times reports, the American Conservative Union has released its latest scorecard on how well members of congress uphold the conservative values that produced the greatest nation in history. The findings: only one presidential candidate from congress scored 100%, and that was Texas Senator Ted Cruz.

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Mike Huckabee (Photo credit: David Ball)

RINO Mike Huckabee Running to Help Jeb Bush Lose to Democrats

With RINO Mike Huckabee’s entry into the 2016 presidential race, we have yet another distraction to help the GOP establishment’s choice RINO, Jeb Bush, win the primary and lose the general to a Democrat.

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Ben Carson (Photo credit: Gage Skidmore)

Dr. Carson Running for President

Dr. Benjamin Carson has announced he is running for president in 2016.

While I and many conservatives love Dr. Carson for his truth-telling at the National Prayer Breakfast a couple of years ago, I’ve always had my doubts that he’s ready for the “prime time” of a presidential election campaign.

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Santorum Blows it on Transgender

Santorum Blows it on Transgender

Things have gotten so insane, so bad in American culture today, I’m starting to wake up wondering: Okay, who is doing to toss their mind in the trash can and join the inmates in destroying the asylum today. Today, the answer is Rick Santorum, affirming Bruce Jenner’s nonsense that he’s a woman.

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Carly Fiorina (Photo credit: Gage Skidmore)

Fiorina: Another RINO in the Race

Former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina announced today that she’s throwing her hat into the ring for president in 2016. Let’s just say that although she’s been making waves recently for criticizing Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, that never impressed me much. You see, I could remember her run for U.S. Senate in 2010 that she came off like a typical RINO.

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Ted Cruz: Like Father, Like Son

Ted Cruz: Like Father, Like Son

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) is the man I’m enthusiastically (yes, I said enthusiastically) supporting for president in 2016. Cruz has the most consistently conservative record of all the candidates who have announced or are being discussed today. Not one of the most–THE most consistently conservative.

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Don’t Put Your Hope in ‘Conservatives’

Don’t Put Your Hope in ‘Conservatives’

The conservatives get the American people talking about the wrong issues, then, they get the same results. All the while, the American people are trying to figure out why they are confused. This process is insanity: Doing the same things and getting the same results – while expecting different results.

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Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Sean Hannity (Photo credit: Michael Vadon)

Rubio Continues to Unimpress Conservatives

Many conservatives were already unimpressed with the pro-amnesty Marco Rubio. But after his votes on a treaty with Iran and over Israel, as well as his comments on attending a homosexual “wedding,” the unimpressure continues to grow.

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton: "What difference does it make?"

Make 2016 about America, not Hillary

Republicans will be tempted to make this campaign about Mrs. Clinton’s very dubious character. But as politically juicy as all this might be, it would be unfortunate if Mrs. Clinton’s questionable self defined this campaign. This election should be about what kind of America Americans want.

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