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How many articles have you read slobbering over the fact that Rafael Cruz (aka “Ted”) is the first Hispanic-American to win a presidential caucus?
How many breathless articles have read about Señor Marco Antonio Rubio’s chances to become the first Hispanic president of the United States?
How about Carly Fiorina’s chances to become the first woman president?Read More
My caucus was packed.
Hundreds of Republicans packed into what used to be the old cafeteria of my junior high school.
Nearly a half a century ago, I lunched with my chums in this room sweating over an upcoming test or talking about the pretty girls sitting across the room.
Tonight, the stakes were higher. Members of my community were going to weigh in on who they thought should be the next president of the United States…Read More
Here is what I plan on saying at tonight’s Iowa caucuses:Read More
I attended Marco Rubio’s big rally in Des Moines tonight.
The Ramada Inn was packed with an enthusiastic crowd of supporters. The audience responded vocally when he invoked the Iran deal. Terrorism was clearly a big issue.
One thing that struck me was his very effective use of off-the-cuff humor…Read More
Messrs. Cruz and Rubio were both put in hot seats, to the delight of Jeb Bush, as each were confronted with gotcha video clips highlighting their apparent flip flops on immigration issues. The three man dust-up was messy.
So who won?Read More
I received an e-mail from a friend who is concerned about the direction of our country.
At one point, she supported Marco Rubio in this campaign cycle, but has just switched her allegiance to Ted Cruz. She likes Cruz because he is a pro life Christian conservative.
For the record, so is Marco Rubio.
She opposes Trump, but now thinks Mr. Cruz is the best candidate. She asked what I thought. Here is how I replied:Read More
“The 14th Amendment provides for birthright citizenship. I’ve looked at the legal arguments against birthright citizenship, and I will tell you, as a Supreme Court litigator, those arguments are not very good.”Read More
The Theology of Atheism is gaining recruits.
In fact, the American brand of atheism is far more evangelical than most strains of mainline Protestantism.
Marco Rubio faced the inevitable question from an atheist who fears Mr. Rubio’s unabashed embrace of Christ. Rubio’s response was perfect, as you can see in the video above.Read More