Kendal Unruh and her co-conspirators need to be able to show delegates an acceptable alternative to Trump exists.
On the major legislative issues of the day, GOP voters are between Donald Trump and Paul Ryan. A blend of the two men’s views would pretty closely reflect those of the Republican rank-and-file.
Ted Cruz wasn’t supposed to be the GOP’s only hope of stopping Donald Trump, and no one thought he would make his last stand in Wisconsin. But here we are.
I’ll vote for anybody you put up against Donald Trump, but neither do I believe that everything he says is untrue or without merit. In fact, he’s hit on one big true idea our society has lost.
Why would Ted Cruz, who has a well-stocked campaign, more delegates than Marco Rubio, and a strong ground game, give that up for a snowball’s chance at a SCOTUS confirmation?
Our on-scene correspondent plies the New Hampshire crowds listening to Republican presidential frontrunners Ted Cruz and Donald Trump.
Don’t choose your candidate based on who you’d prefer to have a beer with, but whom you trust most to remain aligned with your principles. For me, that’s Ted Cruz.
At no point is restricting trade through taxes or promoting it through subsidies a good economic policy. That’s not what Republican presidential candidates say.
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