Don’t Bury Cruz Just Yet

“Et tu, Schweppe?” A Shakespeare you may be, but a Michael Barone not so much. Without a doubt, Donald Trump had a stellar Tuesday night and drew closer to the nomination. But don’t get out the “Make America Great Again!” party horns just

Breaking News: Cruz to Pick Carly as Veep?

Gary Aminoff just tweeted the news: Senator Ted Cruz will make an announcement this afternoon that Carly Fiorina will be his VP running mate. — Gary Aminoff (@aminoff) April 27, 2016 Gary is Los Angeles regional co-chair for the Cruz campaign. Maggie

There Is Only One Choice for Vice President: Carly Fiorina

The roller coaster that is the Republican presidential race this year shows little sign of stopping before July’s nominating convention in Cleveland. None of the three remaining candidates has a definitive path to securing the 1,237 delegates needed to win on the

Why Carly Voted for Ted Cruz

An email from Carly Fiorina just showed up in my inbox: […] Last Tuesday, Virginia had a primary—and even though my own name was on the ballot, I checked the box for Ted Cruz. When Republicans lost the last Presidential election, the

Breaking: Cruz Picks Up Endorsement from Fiorina

While campaigning in Florida this morning, Ted Cruz announced a surprise, new endorsement from a former GOP rival in the 2016 race: Carly Fiorina. In her remarks, Fiorina urged conservatives to unite behind Cruz in order to defeat Donald Trump: Mrs. Fiorina,

Farewell Carly and Thank You

Carly Fiorina just announced this afternoon that she will be suspending her campaign: [facebook url=”″] Fiorina is not going to be president this time. But she earned the gratitude of millions of conservative women for her strength, her grace under pressure, her

After New Hampshire: Donald Trump vs. Ted Cruz

I want to take a look at each of the candidates in the Republican presidential field following Donald Trump’s rout in the First in the Nation primary state of New Hampshire. In a nutshell, I believe the race effectively comes down to

The Forgotten Story: How Common Core Changed the Race in Iowa

Now that Iowa caucus-goers have spoken, lost in the discussion of Donald Trump’s underperformance, Ted Cruz’s ground game and Marco Rubio’s surge is an acknowledgement of one issue that separated the top Iowa finishers from (as Trump would say) the “losers.” That

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