Last night’s debate was pretty entertaining. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz took a break from constantly needling each other and instead focused on taking down the front runner, Donald Trump. Here was one of the nights best exchanges: [facebook url=”https://www.facebook.com/politico/posts/10153348487441680/”] Will any
Conservatives seem to agree on the need to stop Donald Trump’s burgeoning candidacy, but they disagree on a strategy. The first obstacle is how to somehow combine Ted Cruz’s and Marco Rubio’s 20-25 percent of the vote each into a 40-50 percent
A new raft of polling shows Donald Trump consolidating and growing his lead, which is the kind of thing that happens when you win elections. The press is full of stories of how Texas is a must-win for Ted Cruz as the latest
Before the New Hampshire polls close tomorrow night, Marco Rubio should do two things — first, he should clarify his “robo line,” and second, he should move on from it. Although Chris Christie hounded Rubio on Saturday night for repeating the same line about Barack Obama several
I was extremely disheartened — indeed disgusted — by the responses of Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, and Chris Christie to the idea of drafting women equally with men into the military, now that Obama has decreed they can volunteer for combat duty.
I wanted to share some quick thoughts about each of the candidates who participated in the last Republican debate before the New Hampshire Primary. First I wasn’t a fan of the moderation. It seemed like Martha Raddatz in particular wanted to debate
Okay, I have to admit it. Saturday night was rough for Marco Rubio. Even though he did an outstanding job appealing to social conservative voters — Rubio managed to specifically defend life and religious liberty in separate responses — he did take a beating from Jeb Bush
Last night, Rick Santorum became the latest casualty of the 2016 election cycle when he announced he was officially suspending his presidential campaign. Despite finishing second overall in 2012, Santorum never got off the ground in 2016. What happened? 1. The media