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Contested Convention?

The presidential primary season is winding down with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton getting close to clinching the nomination in each party.  The only chance the Republicans have of stopping Trump from winning the nomination is to deny him the amount of delegates he needs heading to the convention.   464 more words


Cruz Includes Fiorina on Campaign Page

Many say that you should “fake it till you make it,” and Senator Ted Cruz is doing jus that. After jumping the gun and announcing that Carly Fiorina will be his Vice President if nominated as the Republican candidate, he has now fully adopted her as part of his ticket- and more importantly, acts like he has the ticket. 301 more words

Trump jumps wall on California highway en route to his rally

Protests force Trump into a ditch, en route to make his California pitch

A little over a month before California’s pivotal Republican presidential primary, Donald Trump began his official wooing of party delegates Friday, headlining a kickoff lunch at the state’s annual GOP convention . 584 more words


Chris Christie Still Won’t Shut Up

Either Chris Christie was never a young college student, or else he has simply become a judgmental old fart. Although he is now an insignificant figure in politics, he continues to shoot his mouth off when nobody asked for his opinion. 461 more words

Ted Cruz Goes All In For Indiana

Texas Senator Ted Cruz who was in Indiana on Friday seemed to suggest that Indiana was a make or break state for his chances of becoming the Republican presidential nominee, even though he is already mathematically eliminated already. 192 more words


California Protests Aimed at Donald Trump Are Minor Compared to Those Which Will Happen in Cleveland

Thursday, two angry protests occurred in the delegate rich state of California. Both were directed at the bigoted position of Donald Trump regarding Hispanics. Although Trump’s poll numbers are above 17 percent in the Golden State today, this is representative of mostly white Republican voters. 393 more words