Adam Graham offers his own six takeaways from Donald Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton on Election Day last week.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) addresses the increasing threat of Islamic terrorism and the failure of the Obama Administration to meet these challenges.
David Shedlock: The viable choices the Lord’s Providence has given us for President don’t bode well for our country, at least for the foreseeable future. So what to do?
Shane Vander Hart: Marco Rubio is an energetic voice for conservatism, incredibly articulate on the life issue, and needed voice in the Republican Party.
Adam Graham: If he doesn’t right the ship talk of dumping Donald Trump could quickly move to action, and instead of getting applause and affirmation, get fired.
This week on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio: Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers are joined by Dan Charleston and U.S. Senator Joni Ernst (R-Iowa).
Adam Graham says if U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) focused on winning Iowa or New Hampshire the race for the Republican nomination would be different.
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) won the remaining 14 delegates at the Wyoming Republican State Convention bringing his total to 23 delegates from the state.
Ted Cruz picked up 34 delegates after Colorado’s Republican District and State Conventions, and won 11 delegates from Iowa GOP District Conventions.
Shane Vander Hart: The odds a “fresh face” like Speaker Paul Ryan being selected at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland is slim and none.
The National Enquirer story alleging a sex scandal involving Ted Cruz appears to have Trump and former Rubio surrogate fingerprints all over it.
Donald Trump had a big Super Tuesday 3 night with wins called in three states. Marco Rubio had a bad night and has dropped out. Ted Cruz is still in play.
On Super Tuesday 2 how will Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and John Kasich do in Florida, Ohio, Illinois, North Carolina and Missouri?
Adam Graham: Some voters on March 15 aim to use their vote to ensure Donald Trump ends next Tuesday as far away from being the GOP nominee as possible.
The NBC/Wall Street Journal and ABC News/Washington Post polls show that Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio would beat Donald Trump in a head to head match-up.
Shane Vander Hart makes five observations about the March 8th Primaries: the Michigan Primary, Mississippi Primary, Idaho Primary & Hawaii Caucus.