Carly Fiorina

Don’t Bury Cruz Just Yet

by Terry Schilling

“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 yet. Trump is still almost 281 delegates away from securing the nomination and […]

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 Gallagher is a senior fellow at the American Principles Project and can be […]

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 first ballot. A contested convention seems increasingly likely. No one can predict who […]

Why Carly Voted for Ted Cruz

by Maggie Gallagher

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 Republican establishment thought it knew just what to do. Pass comprehensive immigration reform. […]

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, a former Hewlett-Packard Co. CEO, told a crowd at a Cruz rally that […]

Farewell Carly and Thank You

by Maggie Gallagher

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 dignified stand against Trump’s bully tactics, her intelligence, and her principles. That goes […]

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 a Donald Trump vs. Ted Cruz race. Cruz moving forward may be the […]

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 issue is Common Core. Cruz and Rubio have long been on record as […]

Wow. It’s already here. The Iowa Caucus is tomorrow. Here’s a candidate-by-candidate review of what could happen, what should happen, and what will happen after the votes are tallied: Donald Trump Best-case scenario: A strong 1st place finish (35 percent+) Worst-case scenario: Losing to Ted Cruz and finishing second. Trump currently leads the polls in […]

Carly Fiorina made a campaign stop in Oskaloosa, Iowa, yesterday, where she held a 30-minute town hall covering a host of issues. While taking questions, Fiorina was asked if she wanted to see David Daleiden, the project lead with Center for Medical Progress who was recently indicted by a grand jury in Texas, apologize to her […]

Hundreds of thousands attended the March for Life in Washington this past Friday on 43rd anniversary of Roe v. Wade. The only GOP candidate that spoke at the event, Carly Fiorina, said in her speech that “this election is a fight for the character of our nation” and that she was “prepared to stand for life.” The Blaze reported that […]

Our Top 10 Posts of 2015

by Jon Schweppe

We had a great year at Thank you for being a consistent reader. Here were our top 10 most popular posts (ranked in order by unique page views) on this year: 10.) “Rand Paul Just Destroyed the Democrats On Abortion“ April 8, 2015 By: Jon Schweppe Wow. Senator Rand Paul just gave the […]

From Fortune magazine come two stories about the saga of Common Core and the presidential candidates’ approach to the national standards. One piece identifies four candidates — Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, Carly Fiorina, and Mike Huckabee — who have flipped from supporting to opposing the national standards. Bush really shouldn’t be listed here, because the only […]

Today is Festivus, a made-up holiday introduced to the world in 1997 on an episode of “Seinfeld.” Read more about it here. Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) took to Twitter this morning to “air his grievances” against the other candidates. Here were some of his best tweets: Good morning and HAPPY #Festivus! I will be airing my […]

American Principles Project has joined together with Heritage Action for America, the action arm of the Heritage Foundation, and FRC Action, the legislative affiliate of the Family Research Council, to invite each of the candidates running for President to sign the following pledge: If elected, I pledge to push for the passage of the First Amendment […]

The most keenly interesting element of the CNN GOP presidential debate was the clear split in sentiment among the candidates on how to handle the most pressing national security problem America confronts. They split between the tough doves, Cruz and Trump, massively leading in the polls, and five militant hawks, Bush, Rubio, Christie, Kasich, and […]

Chris Cuomo of CNN held nothing back when he began attacking Carly Fiorina on his show Friday. He started by asking: Do you feel any sense of regret about how you characterized what was going on at Planned Parenthood after the attack in Colorado? Because of what the man said which seems as though he was influenced […]

Earlier this week, Carly Fiorina appeared on Fox News’ “The Kelly File,” where host Megyn Kelly asked Fiorina to respond to criticism she was facing from the left for her stance on Planned Parenthood.  You can watch the full exchange here or read the transcript below: MEGYN KELLY: Joining me now, Republican presidential candidate and […]

Republicans have been partially blamed for the shooting at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado on November 27th. Because of this, great attention has been given to the Republican candidates’ responses to the shooter and the atrocities that occurred on that day. Here are the top five: 1.) Ted Cruz has had to deal with the […]

The 2016 presidential race is now in full swing, and so much has been going on. Candidates have been putting their feet in their mouths and moderators have been starting fights while the rest of the us try to deal with issues of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Here are eight things to love and […]