The businessman’s actual words don’t fit the narrative of the Ted Cruz for President campaign. Ted Cruz asserts that big business is suffering under Barack Obama, so Cruz just cut the businessman’s testimony to the contrary out of his commercial.
At last night’s Republican debate, presidential candidate Ted Cruz declared that, “The world is getting much more dangerous. We’ve had seven years with Barack Obama in the oval office, a commander-in-chief that is unwilling even to acknowledge the enemy we’re facing. This is a president
Fact Check: Barack Obama has a Funny Way of Showing Desire to “Confiscate Every Gun in this Country”
“I am convinced that if this president could confiscate every gun in this country, he would.” — Marco Rubio, GOP Presidential Debate, January 14 2016 How’s Barack Obama’s plan to “confiscate every gun in this country” coming along? Let’s take a look at the volume
Hillary Clinton calls herself “a progressive who gets results”. Is it true that Hillary Clinton is a progressive? Are the results that she gets progressive? Was it progressive when Hillary Clinton voted in favor of allowing George W. Bush to rush into war in Iraq?
If politicians really believe in “Less of me, more of God”, then how come they spend so much time promoting themselves?
Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Bernie Sanders are running for President. Each one says it’s vitally important that he have the ability to use the power of political office to act on behalf of the American people. Curiously enough, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Bernie
These printable maps show the number of delegates that are awarded for each state. These delegates will go to the national conventions, and then decide which politicians will represent each of the two dominant political parties.
David Rock, a businessman in western Iowa, defends Donald Trump with what he claims to be a rational argument in favor of banning Muslims from entering the United States. Does his argument hold water?
All of the 2016 Republican presidential candidates are either outright Creationists of cynically opposed to the idea of biological evolution through natural selection, even if they grudgingly accept that it is a fact.
“Nobody ever talks about Rick Santorum!” – Rick Santorum, January 28 2016 Rick, you are somebody. And see, now I’m talking about you too. That makes two. Neither of us can go to an Iowa caucus, but if you want to come by my house we can
The Pew Center for Religion and Public Life just came out with the results of a survey that glances across some trends relating to the collision of Americans’ religious attitudes and 2016 presidential politics. Among the results of the survey is the finding that: –