Did Donald Trump become the Republican presidential nominee by accident, or did he resonate with voters? And how did the 2012 GOP autopsy on Mitt Romney’s campaign get things so very, very wrong?
On Tuesday, Pennsylvanians might vote for Trump in a landslide. If they do, it will be an expression of outrage and hope and the politics of decline.
Donald Trump is the only candidate seeking to put America’s interests first, especially in the areas of trade, defense, and immigration.
Ben Carson not only promised supporters he would not endorse anyone for president, but told supporters they should pick the most ethical candidate. Then he did the opposite.
If Marco Rubio does not get out now, and his conservative supporters do not switch allegiance to Ted Cruz, it will be in no small part their fault if Donald Trump gets nominated.
If Donald Trump wins the presidency under the Republican banner, you can kiss the conservative message goodbye. And Hillary is unthinkable.
By refusing to quit, several GOP hopefuls are sacrificing the country’s interests to their own egos.
Ted Cruz has a record of fighting abusive lawsuits and, occasionally, the entire legal profession, whereas business mogul Donald Trump uses lawsuits to bully people.
Only Ted Cruz is speaking the language of Jefferson. Only he is fighting for liberty because only he is fighting to limit government.
At last night’s Republican debate in Texas, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz finally took on Donald Trump–when moderators didn’t swoop in to rescue him.
While Republicans debate which anti-Trump candidate to coalesce around, Donald Trump is winning, and he’s going to keep winning until the rest of the field takes him on directly.
It is by no means clear even that staunch Marco Rubio supporters should want Ted Cruz out of the 2016 presidential race.
Jeb is no Ted Cruz, nor is he John Kasich.
Sarah Palin has decided to endorse Donald Trump in the primary, although he’s waged political war against the Tea Party she has long represented.
New York values do exist, and they run counter to most American grassroots conservatism. What’s more, Ted Cruz is right that Donald Trump embodies many of them.
If Fox News is supposedly hurting the Republican Party by covering Trump, what are CNN and MSNBC doing? They mention him three times as much as Fox does.
Air Force fighter pilot John Boyd’s theory about confounding opponents with a constantly shifting battlefield applies to Donald Trump and all GOP aspirants.
Voters like Donald Trump not so much because they hate Mexicans and Muslims, but because they hate progressive bigotry.
Contrary to what some seem to think, straight talk is not synonymous with insults and potty talk.
Donald Trump is a thing not because the Republican Party is awful but because a sizeable number of Americans idolize outsider status.
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