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The GOP will unite; even behind Trump

After the nomination, conservatives from the grass roots and from the political class will have to acknowledge that the people have spoken and the process has worked and they will line up behind the nominee

Wednesday stocks mixed, Washington in chaos, Fed to report

WASHINGTON, March 16, 2016 – Tuesday, the Ides of March, didn’t result in any spectacular fatalities, but a few at least metaphorical casualties did hit the radar screens. Let us count the ways. Yesterday’s Super Tuesday II primary results seem to have permanently eliminated Marco Rubio and Uncle Bernie Sanders from the viable presidential contenders ...

Marco Rubio bows out with class and honor

MIAMI, March 15, 2016 — The Ides of March continues to be a cruel date in history. The original March 15 victim was Emperor Julius Caesar, who, of course, was assassinated on that date. Five years ago and closer to our own time, the Ides of March claimed the life of rapper Nate Dogg. This ...

The Republicans versus Ann Coulter

Big-government, big-tent, pro-Amnesty "conservatives" dominate the GOP; Ann Coulter knows a rejection of conservatism when she sees it.

Political insiders: There’s a cold place in you-know where . . .

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., March 14 — Ronald Reagan’s 11th Commandment was “Thou shall not speak ill of a fellow Republican.” So far in this GOP run-up election season, every candidate with the possible exception of Dr. Ben Carson has broken this commandment. Long before the Democrats can actually get their meathooks into the eventual Republican ...

Trump, Cruz ride wave of voter revolt

Trump's Michigan win underscores the reality of the political revolt; Cruz’s second-place finish and Idaho win leave the GOP establishment with nothing to salvage.

Donald Trump’s Super Tuesday: Can you can smell the fear?

Donald Trump has the GOP elite, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, in a virtual tizzy. The one thing they are not getting is that people - the voters - don't want another life long senator and politician. We have been there, tried it and it has not worked.

The Reagan Revolution in the 1980 campaign

Ronald Reagan transformed the Republican Party through his ‘revolution’ via the Conservative arm of the GOP, triumphing over “Establishment Republicans” when he won his party’s nomination for President of the United States in 1980.