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Ted Cruz and John Kasich Criminal Conspiracy?

Ted Cruz and John Kasich have actually conspired to commit a federal crime by denying the American people the right to vote. They announced that they will each step [...]

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60,000 People Change Parties in Pennsylvania to Vote for Trump

The political unrest is rising. In Pennsylvania, nearly 60,000 people have changed their political party in order to vote for Trump in the primary. There is clearly [...]

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New Poll Shows Republican Elites May Lose it All

The Republican elites are extremely arrogant. This is about them retaining control and power; not whatever the people may want. A new Reuters poll shows that [...]

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Sanders Beats Hillary in Wyoming; Trump Loses Colorado

Bernie Sanders continues to nip at Hillary’s heels and is preventing her from winning an uncontested coronation. Cruz beat Trump in Colorado but cannot [...]

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Will Paul Ryan or Mitt Romney be the Republican Candidate?

The talk is a flurry in Washington and the plan seems to be centered around a brokered convention in the Republican camp. Ted Cruz is disliked and they hate Trump [...]

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Cruz Defeats Trump in Wisconsin — Is This 1828-1832 All Over Again?

From the outset, inside sources have relayed that Cruz is very disliked behind the curtain. His entire strategy from the beginning has been to be the last man [...]

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Trump Calls for Massive Recession

Trump’s latest comments over the weekend regarding the economy are interesting but still fall short of reality. He argues the unemployment number is really [...]

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Rule 40(b): Republicans Set the Stage to Select the Establishment Candidate

As expected, the Republican Party will not follow the candidate who the people select in the primaries. Rule 40(b), which requires a presidential candidate to win [...]

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Welcome Goldman Sachs to the White House

You really have to question what Trump was thinking when he commented that he supports punishing women for having illegal abortions. Of course, he has now come out [...]

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The Battle to Keep the Establishment in Power

The last time a Republican Presidential Convention opened without a decided nominee in the primaries was 1976, during the fight between Ronald Reagan and Gerald [...]

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