Rush Limbaugh Defends Trump: Where’s the GOPe 100 Day Plan to Take Out Hillary Clinton?

From the Gateway Pundit: Rush Limbaugh defended GOP front-runner Donald Trump from the all-out assault on Donald Trump. The GOPe has announced a “100 day plan” to take out Donald Trump. Rush wondered today, “Where’s the GOP’s 100 day plan to take out Hillary Clinton?” There isn’t one. Rush Limbaugh reported: And, if you read this New York Times piece on Sunday, you’d understand why. “Republican leaders adamantly opposed to Donald J. Trump’s candidacy are preparing a 100-day campaign to deny him the presidential nomination, starting with an aggressive battle in Wisconsin’s April 5 primary and extending into the summer, … Continue reading

Jeb Bush Endorses Ted Cruz

Bush: “For the sake of our party and country, we must move to overcome the divisiveness and vulgarity Donald Trump has brought into the political arena”… “Ted is a consistent, principled conservative who has shown he can unite the party,”… “To win, Republicans need to make this election about proposing solutions to the many challenges we face, and I believe that we should vote for Ted as he will do just that”. I can’t help but wonder if Jebbie’s endorsement along with Romney’s last week isn’t the kiss of death for Cruz who has run as an anti-establishment candidate.  Meanwhile, the establishment hasn’t convinced … Continue reading

Election 2016 – March 22nd Results

From Real Clear Politics: Arizona Votes Percent Del. (96%) Trump 248,383 47.1 58 Cruz 130,762 24.8 0 Kasich 52,679 10.0 0 Utah Votes Percent Del. (85%) Cruz 118,904 69.2 40 Kasich 29,015 16.9 0 Trump 23,984 14.0 0 From Politico: Delegates Remaining: 944 Delegate Count as of March 23: D. Trump Details 739   T. Cruz Details 465 J. Kasich Details 143 1,237 DELEGATES NEEDED FOR NOMINATION

Is the GOP establishment rallying behind Ted Cruz?

Senator Lindsay Graham supporting Senator Ted Cruz??????  The establishment is really scared now.  Graham no doubt got the nod from up above to make this public declaration since he hasn’t had an original thought since he’s been in public office. Cruz needs to say “thanks but no thanks” if he still has a hope and a prayer of winning this.  A bromance with the establishment is the kiss of death to his campaign in my opinion.  Americans hate the establishment.  If nothing else is obvious this election cycle, that is. ~ Hardnox

PJ Media: Primary Warfare!

This week’s latest round of Presidential Primary voting was a big night for some, the end of the road for others. Donald Trump was denied a sweep by John Kasich in Ohio, Bernie Sanders burned out, not winning a single state and we say goodbye to Marco Rubio. If you were a Rubio supporter, who does your support go to now?

Latest Primary Election 2016 Presidential Polls

From Monday, March 14 Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread Florida Republican Presidential Primary Monmouth Trump 44, Rubio 27, Cruz 17, Kasich 9 Trump +17 Florida Republican Presidential Primary Quinnipiac Trump 46, Rubio 22, Cruz 14, Kasich 10 Trump +24 Florida Democratic Presidential Primary Quinnipiac Clinton 60, Sanders 34 Clinton +26 Florida Democratic Presidential Primary PPP (D)* Clinton 57, Sanders 32 Clinton +25 Ohio Republican Presidential Primary Quinnipiac Kasich 38, Trump 38, Cruz 16, Rubio 3 Tie Ohio Democratic Presidential Primary Quinnipiac Clinton 51, Sanders 46 Clinton +5 Ohio Democratic Presidential Primary PPP (D)* Clinton 46, Sanders 41 … Continue reading

Guest Post: Dear RNC

Sent to us from by one of our loyal subscribers “Go Hugga Tree”.  This letter was sent in reply to the frequent donation request by the RNC.  Specifically, the RNC request questioned whether he “had abandoned the Party” and “given up the fight”.  Thanks for sending it on.  Please read below. ~ Hardnox —oo— Tony Parker Treasurer, RNC 310 First Street SE Washington, DC 20003 3 March 2016 RE: Your recent requests for my membership renewal Mr. Parker, your letter of 19 February asked me if I had “abandoned the Republican Party”, and if I had “given up the fight”. … Continue reading

Is Public Anger at the Republican Establishment Justified?

By Gideon Isaac A frequent accusation that has been leveled at Republican politicians is that they did nothing to fight the Obama agenda, even though they had a majority in both houses of Congress. Supposedly the rank and file now see them as useless or unprincipled, and so are going with Donald Trump, or possibly Ted Cruz. One reason for inaction is that when the Republicans did take a stand, in 2013, under the initiative of Ted Cruz and others, the public blamed them for the results. A confrontation with Obama led to a partial shutdown of the government. Polls showed Republicans … Continue reading

Hello Again, Reagan Democrats

By Sierra Rayne Starting soon after President Barack Obama’s first general election victory in 2008, the American conservative media establishment, some think tanks and various organizations, and a number of GOP politicians began in earnest to construct an elegant narrative. The story was that the nation was in great peril, and the solution was to buy into what the Founders had intended. It was time to get back to “constitutional conservatism,” elect “principled conservatives,” and live the grand movie exemplifying these beliefs. It all failed, because it was a superficial sales job that the vast majority of voters saw through … Continue reading