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Less Mud, More Substance Needed in Presidential Campaign

Less Mud, More Substance Needed in Presidential Campaign

While the Democrats in the race embrace the failed European model of Muslim immigration and assimilation, the Republicans are striving for something different. Rather than waste our time in prurient discussions of hand sizes, the campaigns need to force these issues into the media.

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Trump, Cruz: It’s a Two-Way Race

Trump, Cruz: It’s a Two-Way Race

Texas Senator Ted Cruz has won the Iowa caucus, and now real estate mogul Donald Trump has won the New Hampshire primary. Losing both Iowa and New Hampshire has been a death sentence for Republican presidential candidates for 40 years. That is to say, no GOP candidate in the modern history has gone on to win the nomination without at least winning one of the first two contests.

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First Ted Cruz for President TV Ad

First Ted Cruz for President TV Ad

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) is releasing his first TV ad. It’s patriotic, and unapologetically acknowledges the transformative power of Jesus Christ and our nation’s rich Christian heritage.

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Cruz: More RINOs Will Get Hillary Elected

Cruz: More RINOs Will Get Hillary Elected

Texas Senator Ted Cruz has highlighted the insanity of once more in 2016 allowing the liberal RINO establishment to push candidates on us who have proven they will betray Republican (and American) principles. You know, of course, that Albert Einstein is credited with stating that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again while expecting different results.

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

A Good Candidate for 2016

Erick Erickson at RedState has a good article which plays off a Washington Post article regarding the marginalization of evangelicals in the Republican Party. He points out that a number of the names being kicked around on the GOP side for the 2016 presidential race are losers.

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