Editor’s Note: Of course Latinos are for Trump! The LEGAL ones anyway. They know what they left to live here and they rapidly see America turning into a third world country. 1,297 more words
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It’s hard to think of an official political-party document more thoroughly repudiated by its intended audience than the March 2013 “Growth & Opportunity Project” of the Republican National Committee, better known as the “2012 autopsy report.” Yes, there were a host of recommendations for avoiding Mitt Romney’s fate included in the report, some that have been taken to heart involving campaign infrastructure and communications. 615 more words
"The Governors Exact Their Revenge On Marco Rubio": Governors Against Callow And Outrageous Candidates
There was a time when Republican governors were not all that different from Democratic governors.
The politicians from both parties who ran the states tended to be a pragmatic lot. 745 more words
With his unexpectedly strong third-place showing in the Iowa caucuses, Marco Rubio demonstrated that he’s the Republican establishment’s best shot to scuttle the Donald Trump and Ted Cruz insurgencies. 748 more words
At a time when terrorists, gangs, drug traffickers, carriers of infectious diseases and freeloading looters traverse our borders with minimal fear of legal consequences, President Obama nevertheless continues to jeopardize American sovereignty by reducing our capacity to enforce border security. 26 more words
"Taking Down Marco Rubio Is Easier Than You Think": His Moderate Style Doesn’t Match His Extreme Policies
It’s silly to pretend otherwise: As a Democrat, I’d rather run against Ted Cruz than Marco Rubio.
But that’s like saying I’d rather run against herpes than Marco Rubio. 786 more words