America Uncanceled. Some of Conservatism biggest names, from Ted Cruz to Don Trump, Jr. spoke
As Texas grapples winter storms, Sen Cruz and family heads for warmer climes South of the border, down Mexico way.
DALLAS, November 6, 2018 — Senator Ted Cruz managed to secure a second term on Tuesday by defeating Democrat challenger Rep. Beto O’Rourke. One of the Democrats’ strongest attempts to win a statewide office in Texas. Cruz secured 51 percent of the vote when multiple networks called the race. O’Rourke was a long shot but managed ...
This is the one time for President Trump's SCOTUS nomination to avoid anything remotely resembling a risk. The nominee must be boring, white and male. They must be as pasteurized and homogenized as regular whole milk.
Former White House strategist Steve Bannon told evangelical attendees to the Values Voter Summit in the nation’s capital that Christian Americans sit in “the valley of decision.”
We know some choices, but as for the rest of the cabinet, it is very important for liberals to understand some basics about Trump’s choices.
Cruz's decision to endorse the nominee comes after previously refusing to do so despite being given a prime time slot at the GOP Convention.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., July 21, 2016 — An interviewer asked someone why so many on Capitol Hill often take an instant dislike to Ted Cruz. The reply was both humorous and instructive: “It saves time.” This flag-waving conservative with a Harvard education could do so much for his party and for the country, if only he would. ...
Why did he do it? Rather, why didn't he do it? Was it because Trump slimed his wife and dad, or because he has no class? Either way, Cruz is out for 2020.
Ted Cruz delivered a mostly well-received speech to the GOP Convention last night. The end went badly, but aside from that, Mrs. Lincoln, the play was splendid.
The support they worked for nationally will be lost in 2020 if Cruz and Kasich can't bring themselves to support Donald Trump. This is not just about them.
Does he want to be VP? Is he hoping for a cabinet job? Rubio is the fifth of this year's failed GOP candidates to endorse Trump. Are they all after something?
A political party's relevance depends on its leaders' ability to deliver their promises; the GOP has ignored its voters, and its leaders have been sidelined.
Too liberal for its conservatives and too insider for the iconoclasts, the GOP old guard will be absent or diminished at the RNC. What will the new GOP look like?
Donald Trump's vice presidential nomination is his first big decisions - followed by many others. Some choices Gowdy, Cruz, Rubio, West and Walker
WASHINGTON, May 4, 2016 – Another relatively short column today as our alter-ego heads out for the Washington National Opera’s third installment of its “American Ring” cycle, Richard Wagner’s “Siegfried,” which starts out inside a decrepit trailer home and ends up with our hero confronting a smoke-belching steam-shovel, the 21st century equivalent of a fire-and-smoke ...
Cruz's choice of Carly Fiorina didn't energize support; it was just a sign that his ship was going down, and voters abandoned him for outsider Donald Trump.
For Republicans it's time to reconcile. For Democrats, the war goes on, even though the cards are stacked for Hillary; can they mend fences after fixed race?
Trump got the delegates, Cruz got the news cycle. So what does Fiorina bring in terms of experience and electoral draw? Is this Cruz's Sarah Palin moment?
The "Exit Poll Ballot" issued by Jesse Kamzol, national data director for the Republican National Committee, will help some conflicted voters sort out their feelings.