Indiana is a must-win state to keep alive Ted Cruz’s hopes of preventing Donald Trump from winning the Republican presidential nomination.
It was conceivable to see a realistic path for Trump not just to the Republican nomination but to the White House, but that situation is no longer operative.
The time to stigmatize bouts with depression is over. Millions share Heidi Cruz’s story, and it doesn’t delegitimize her or her husband one bit.
In an interview with Wisconsin-based talk radio host Charlie Sykes, Donald Trump fell apart when asked tough questions about his treatment of women.
‘Every time he opens his mouth you learn and you understand why a majority of Republicans oppose him, but also why women loathe him.’
Sex scandals and outrageous accusations, even violence, have long been part of American political discourse—but that doesn’t make it okay.
The media’s responses to Donald Trump’s threats to and disparagement of Heidi Cruz are a good example of how much they’ve enabled him during this campaign.
Presidential spouses influence the president, and the lack of a high-profile pro-life advocate would be a missed opportunity.
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