Tag - politics

Supreme Court. Personal Liberties. National Security. Now more than ever, we need Ted Cruz.

Nominate Ted Cruz

America is staring down at a precipice and the liberals in Washington DC are trying to push us over the edge. It’s not just the Democrats. Many Republican lawmakers betrayed our trust once we gave them control of Congress by squandering the opportunity to halt President Obama’s disastrous policies and massive expenditures. This has to stop. The line must be drawn right here, right now. Read More

Suspending Disbelief: PLEASE don’t support Trump because you believe his nomination is a foregone conclusion

Donald Trump Foregone Conclusion

If you’re a stalwart, die-hard Donald Trump supporter, you’re already lost and you’re taking the party down a dark path to another general election loss. If you’re one of those who will consider Trump because you believe his victory is already solidified, read on. The path to the nomination is far from over and Trump hasn’t been crowned yet. Read More

I want to support Donald Trump but his supporters sound like fools

Trump Supporters

Unlike the majority of my cohorts, I’m coming in late to the political discussion. It may sound sad, but the next debate will be the first that I watch. It’s not that I’m apolitical. I’ve always been one to start investigating candidates after the storylines are a little more clear. I only need to look at all of the research my sister did on Carly Fiorina to support my contention that it’s a waste of time until shortly after the primary season starts. Read More

Cruz sends Obama detailed plans to properly handle North Korea… and they’re brilliant

Ted Cruz North Korea

In the last GOP debate, Ted-Cruz-hater┬áMartha Raddatz tried to corner the Senator into supporting a preemptive strike on North Korea’s missile launch facility on the day that they launched a nuclear test rocket. It was one of many embarrassing moments for the ABC News journalist and debate moderator, to which Cruz responded that he would need to read the intelligence briefings before choosing a course of action. Read More