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April 11, 2016
TWITTER Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump erupted on Twitter over the weekend after Sen. Ted Cruz captured all of Colorado's 34 delegates in a complex delegate selection process. "How is it possible that the people of the great State of Colorado never got to vote in the Republican Primary? Great anger -- totally unfair!" Trump wrote.... (more)


April 11, 2016
BLOOMBERG Ted Cruz swept the Republican National Convention delegate selection process in Colorado, displaying a strong grassroots organizational effort and greater popularity among the western state's most committed party activists.... (more)


April 11, 2016
GREG COROMBOS The Republican Party rejected at least two chances to allow convention delegates to vote for their candidate of choice, assuming current rules would benefit establishment candidates, and now party officials are scrambling to change the rules late in the game since the existing ones favor their least favorite candidates.... (more)


April 11, 2016
TIMOTHY P. CARNEY If Republicans nominate Donald Trump, they nearly cede the White House to Hillary Clinton. Trump wouldn't merely be an underdog in the general election. He would be the worst Republican nominee since Alf Landon 80 years ago.... (more)


April 10, 2016
TREVOR LOUDON Many Trump enthusiasts cite Heidi Cruz's stint with the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), where she advocated for the private sector, as an indication that presidential candidate Senator Ted Cruz is a "globalist."... (more)


April 10, 2016
THE HILL Ted Cruz has swept the Colorado GOP convention, winning all 13 of the state's at-large delegates. And after also winning all 21 delegates awarded at the congressional district conventions throughout the week, Cruz leaves Colorado with a complete shutout of his opponents.... (more)


April 10, 2016
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Sticking mostly to his stump speech, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz urged his supporters to make sure he continued his winning streak at the Colorado Republican convention Saturday.... (more)


April 10, 2016
RED STATE This is just ... well it's just the bee's knees you guys. We've already reported several times here at RedState how bad Trump's organization is blowing it in Colorado, but believe it or not, they still managed to make things worse. They told their people to vote for Cruz people. Seriously.... (more)


April 10, 2016
POLITICO Indiana hasn't cast its ballots for president yet, but Donald Trump is already losing. Republican Party insiders in the state will select 27 delegates to the national convention on Saturday, and Trump is assured to be nearly shut out of support, according to interviews with a dozen party leaders and officials involved in the delegate selection process. Anti-Trump sentiment runs hot among GOP leadership in Indiana, and it's driving a virulent rejection of the mogul among likely delegates.... (more)


April 10, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES The U.S. Air Force has deployed B-52 long-range bombers to the Middle East, for the first time since the Gulf War ended, to conduct strikes against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, officials said Saturday.... (more)


April 10, 2016
GREG COROMBOS A new, exhaustive study on precipitation levels over more than 1,000 years shows the assumptions made by the United Nations and other climate-change activists are badly flawed, suggesting human activity may not be having the impact on global climate that so many insist it's having.... (more)


April 9, 2016
CLIFF KINCAID We read over and over again how Donald J. Trump is running a campaign against "the establishment" in the Republican Party. The term sounds horrible and dangerous. But when you seriously think about it, the Republican Party "establishment" has one purpose -- to maintain the party as a viable opposition vehicle to the plans of the Democratic Party.... (more)


April 9, 2016
NEWSMAX Sen. Ted Cruz continued his Colorado winning streak Friday, locking up the support of 21 total delegates to the Republican National Convention, representing a majority of the delegates Colorado will send to Cleveland in July.... (more)


April 9, 2016
WASHINGTON POST West Virginia looks perfect for Donald Trump: a struggling working-class state filled with the types of voters who have backed him elsewhere and could deliver one of his biggest victories.... (more)


April 9, 2016
NEWSBUSTERS Brought on the January 27 edition of MTP Daily to discuss the critical questions he's posed of Donald Trump via Twitter, freshman U.S. Senator Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) rebuked the media for not vetting Donald Trump to expose his anti-conservative, anti-constitutionalist positions on the issues:... (more)


April 9, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES The Obama administration caved to a judge's order Friday and sent documents from the botched Fast & Furious gun-running operation to Congress, complying with a subpoena the House Oversight Committee issued years ago.... (more)


April 8, 2016
DAVID LIMBAUGH I constantly hear that only Donald Trump supporters can understand the Trump phenomenon, as if it were inaccessible to nonbelievers, like the secret knowledge of ancient Gnostics. But I don't believe it's a matter of comprehension.... (more)


April 8, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES The internet is mocking Ohio Gov. John Kasich. I hope he's paying attention. It's not like I even care anymore whether he gets out of the GOP presidential contest. He got whupped so badly Tuesday night he's become irrelevant. He's been in the race almost a month longer than Marco Rubio and still has 28 fewer delegates than the Florida senator. He's lost 31 out of 32 contests.... (more)


April 8, 2016
GEORGE WILL People here at Ted Cruz's campaign headquarters are meticulously preparing to win a contested convention, if there is one. Because Donald Trump is a low-energy fellow, Cruz will be positioned to trounce him in Cleveland, where Trump's slide toward earned oblivion would accelerate during a second ballot.... (more)


April 8, 2016
PHILIP KLEIN The operating assumption for political observers going into the 2016 election has been that Sen. Ted Cruz doesn't stand a chance to win a general election. But now that the odds have increased of him actually being the Republican nominee, it's worth revisiting that assumption.... (more)


April 8, 2016
WASHINGTON EXAMINER David Remnick, editor of the liberal New Yorker magazine, says in an interview that if given the choice to evict someone from his city, it would be its most high-profile inhabitant who happens to be the Republican front-runner.... (more)


April 7, 2016
NEWSMAX Donald Trump's praise of Planned Parenthood for all of its services except abortion is a shallow view of an agency that reaps its profits from terminating pregnancies, Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood director, tells Newsmax TV.... (more)


April 7, 2016
GREG COROMBOS Pro-life activists are openly frustrated with the leading candidates for both the Democrat and Republican nominations, scolding Hillary Clinton for saying the unborn have no rights and slamming Donald Trump for offering a variety of positions in recent days.... (more)


April 7, 2016
CLIFF KINCAID Conservatives are frequently accused of being beholden to big corporations. But on the matter of mandatory, and sometimes risky, vaccines, it's the liberals and the left-wingers who come down on the side of the drug companies, known as Big Pharma. They want government to force parents to have their infants injected with potentially dangerous vaccines that may be linked to the developmental disorder known as autism.... (more)


April 7, 2016
THE EDITORS OF NATIONAL REVIEW Throughout his presidential campaign, Ted Cruz has argued that conservatives should and would unite behind him. It finally happened in Wisconsin. Conservatives backed him over Donald Trump by 54 to 33 percent. Since they made up three-quarters of primary voters, that margin more than overcame Trump's smaller advantage among moderate voters.... (more)