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Hillary versus Trump: How the Hell Did that Happen?

Peter Van Buren

Editor’s Intro: At his “We Meant Well” blog, Peter Van Buren, whose first career was with the U.S. State Department, has an insightful (if somewhat depressing) post on how we ended up with Hillary versus Trump on next Tuesday.   1,748 more words

US Politics

Red Decides to Help the Grand Old Party

In the interest of continuing to have at least a viable two way contest for the highest office in the land, Red had decided that the GOP needs some help to remain competitive in presidential politics.   69 more words

2016 Presidential Campaign

Ted Cruz Is About to Make a 'Major Announcement'

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz said he will be making a “major announcement” on Wednesday afternoon.

Cruz mentioned the impending announcement while talking to reporters in Indianapolis ahead of Indiana’s primary elections on May 3. 134 more words

Leadership

The Power of the Press

How Fox News Has Propelled Donald Trump to the Nomination

I don’t think anyone expected Donald Trump to enjoy the phenomenal success he has since announcing his candidacy for the presidency. 1,127 more words

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Cruz Won't Seek Recount Of Missouri Primary Loss To Trump

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Texas Senator Ted Cruz won’t ask for a recount of his narrow loss to businessman Donald Trump in Missouri’s presidential primary. 114 more words

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With Friends Like These: GOP Race Spurs Awkward Endorsements

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Lindsey Graham says Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz is “not my favorite.” Ben Carson says there are “better people” than Donald Trump to serve as commander in chief. 727 more words

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John Kasich, the least disliked candidate

Of the three remaining Republican candidates, John Kasich has the least chance of being nominated, but would have the best chance of winning if somehow he were nominated. 712 more words

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