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April 17, 2016
CLIFF KINCAID — During Thursday night's Democratic debate, the two candidates tried to outdo each other in terms of being soft on crime and advocating the release of criminals. It was an illustration of how Democratic Party policies have gone from pro-police to anti-police and even pro-criminal.... (more)


April 17, 2016
FOX NEWS — Ted Cruz on Saturday won all 14 delegates in the Wyoming GOP convention -- a relatively small number but enough for the Texas senator to declare victory and keep GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump from securing the nomination.... (more)


April 17, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — Republican candidate Ted Cruz promised to roll back what he calls President Barack Obama's 'war on coal' if he's elected president. The Texas senator made the pledge in a speech to the Republican State Convention in Casper on Saturday.... (more)


April 16, 2016
THE RIGHT SCOOP — The New York Sun, New York's conservative paper, has just endorsed Ted Cruz for president, proving they aren't willing to sell out like other New York papers:... (more)


April 16, 2016
CONSERVATIVE REVIEW — The conventional wisdom is that Donald Trump will win the New York primary with well over 50 percent and win nearly all of the Empire State's 95 delegates this upcoming Tuesday. While this is certainly a possibility, there is also a chance, and not a far-fetched one that Trump will finish with under 50 percent of the vote. If that happens, it will signal a seismic shift in the race for the Republican nomination.... (more)


April 16, 2016
BYRON YORK — There have been moments in the Republican campaign when Donald Trump seemed close to locking up the party's presidential nomination. The candidate who won New Hampshire, South Carolina, Nevada, Michigan, Massachusetts, Georgia, Florida, Arizona, and more displayed strength across the country that would, in normal times at least, lead to overall victory... (more)


April 16, 2016
CONSERVATIVE REVIEW — In a recent CNN Town Hall, Donald Trump told Anderson Cooper that he is backing away from his pledge to support the eventual Republican Nominee, whoever that might be. Which implies that Trump may be open to running for president as an Independent.... (more)


April 16, 2016
NATIONAL REVIEW — On April 5, conservatives around the nation, beleaguered and bleary-eyed after months of Donald Trump's rampaging through the 2016 presidential primary season, received some comforting news: Wisconsin Republicans had dealt Trump a decisive defeat in the state's primary that day, awarding most of their delegates to his leading competitor, Texas senator Ted Cruz.... (more)


April 16, 2016
NEWSMAX — Republican National Chairman Reince Priebus is under attack by several top officials -- considered loyalists during his six years at the helm -- for not informing members of proposed changes to the rules guiding the national convention in Cleveland in July.... (more)


April 16, 2016
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY — For many years, I was reluctant to write a memoir of my experience leading the investigation and prosecution of the jihadists against whom we are still at war over 20 years later. For one thing, while an exhilarating experience for a trial lawyer, it was also a very hard time for my family, for obvious reasons... (more)


April 16, 2016
RAW STORY — While things were heated in the streets outside a $1,000-a-plate GOP fundraising dinner -- with 31 arrested -- things were quite a bit cooler inside the ballroom with Republican high-rollers giving Texas Sen. Ted Cruz the cold shoulder as he spoke.... (more)


April 16, 2016
BOB UNRUH — A Texas prosecutor whose links to the local Planned Parenthood abortion business run deep has become a focal point of a criminal case against the undercover operative whose videos in 2015 revealed the abortion enterprise's efforts to sell the body parts of unborn babies.... (more)


April 16, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — A federal judge said the IRS isn't to be trusted as he and his colleagues tried Thursday to figure out whether the tax agency is still targeting tea party groups for intrusive and illegal scrutiny... (more)


April 16, 2016
THE HILL — Health insurance companies are amplifying their warnings about the financial sustainability of the ObamaCare marketplaces as they seek approval for premium increases next year. Insurers say they are losing money on their ObamaCare plans at a rapid rate, and some have begun to talk about dropping out of the marketplaces altogether.... (more)


April 16, 2016
BOB UNRUH — Can a government define a piece of land as a building parcel, collect taxes on it from the owners for years, then abruptly tell them they can't use it, sell it or be compensated for it? The U.S. Supreme Court will answer that question when it rules this year on a case concerning a piece of land along the St. Croix River, near Minnesota's Twin Cities.... (more)


April 15, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — Donald Trump was asked about his favorite Bible verse in a Thursday radio interview, and he responded by citing an Old Testament law that Jesus specifically repudiated.... (more)


April 15, 2016
NEWSMAX — Corey Lewandowski absolutely should have faced the ax as Donald Trump's campaign manager -- even though prosecutors announced Thursday they won't pursue a battery charge against him for roughhousing a female reporter, former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay says.... (more)


April 15, 2016
JOHN FUND — A full ten months after he announced for president, Donald Trump finally moved to install professional political operatives at the head of his campaign.... (more)


April 15, 2016
NATIONAL REVIEW — Marco Rubio won Minnesota decisively on March 1, but the 17 delegates he was awarded are now up for grabs, free to vote for any candidate they like on a first ballot at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.... (more)


April 15, 2016
MONA CHAREN — Does this sound familiar? "They wanted something new, something fresh, and they found in this man a radical discourse. He said he would get rid forever of the old elites."... (more)


April 15, 2016
CBS NEWS — Months ago, Ted Cruz derided Donald Trump's "New York values" -- a statement the Manhattan billionaire has latched onto in the run-up to next week's Empire State primary.... (more)


April 15, 2016
BOB UNRUH — GOP presidential hopeful John Kasich apparently is confused about the principle behind North Carolina's "bathroom law," the head of the National Religious Broadcasters charged after the Ohio governor urged citizens engaged in the conflict between the gay agenda and religious liberty to "chill out."... (more)


April 15, 2016
BOB UNRUH — The House Judiciary subcommittee on the Constitution and Civil Justice on Thursday was told that sex selection abortion, rampant in China and the reason that men now outnumber women there by 33 million, also happens in the United States, and is no less offensive than any other sex discrimination.... (more)


April 15, 2016
NEWSMAX — Global warming skeptics should be jailed by the federal government because "this extreme doubt about climate change is affecting my quality of life as a public citizen," science activist Bill Nye said in a video published Wednesday on YouTube.... (more)


April 15, 2016
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — Rev. Al Sharpton and Fox News host Megyn Kelly got into a heated exchange Wednesday night over Ferguson and Black Lives Matter, after Kelly accused Sharpton of misinterpreting the Justice Department's investigation.... (more)