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March 18, 2018

Ted Cruz

Better Ted Than Dead?

Last night on his New Rules’ segment, Bill Maher addressed the nagging question that Republicans are trying to answer: which of the two viable candidates should they support, Donald Trump or Ted Cruz. After several entertaining and extremely funny comments, the choice was clear. Ted Cruz. The reason for Maher came down to this: “Ted

Why Deep Benches Don’t Work In Presidential Races

It’s time to admit the obvious: the supposedly “deep” bench of presidential candidates the Republican Party put forth this year not only wasn’t very effective, it was the primary reason why Donald Trump has been able to get off to such a good start and win the number of delegates he has. I mean, really,

Will the Auto Bailout Vote Prove To Be Bernie’s Waterloo?

There aren’t many moments in a debate that you can point to and say, “Wow, that was huge.” Bernie Sanders had such a moment in Sunday night’s debate with Hillary Clinton, and it’s a moment he may end up wishing he didn’t have. I’m not talking about his alleged dismissive “excuse me, I’m talking” exchange

The Catch 22 for Republicans

Lindsey Graham, of all people, summed up the Republican Party’s dilemma perfectly when he said of Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, “Whether it’s death by being shot or poisoning doesn’t really matter. I don’t think the outcome will be substantially different.” Who knew Goober was so insightful? The fact is neither man is all that

Replacing Antonin Scalia: What Would Woodrow Wilson Do?

The reality of the situation that this nation finds itself in, for lack of a better word, can only be described as grim. In an election year where it seems the impossible becomes possible, with the candidacy of Trump serving as evidence of the absurd, the situation just became a tad more complicated.  On Saturday afternoon,

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