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.
Shane Vander Hart provides six reasons why Marco Rubio does not trump Ted Cruz to be the last man standing against Donald Trump.
Watching the news or visiting a main street media website could lead you into thinking the delegate count they have posted is the real deal. But in actuality, each is guessing as there is no official delegate count, at least not for many of the states that have already voted, Iowa among them. The following […]
I decided not to do a live chat during the Florida primary results. I decided it was a waste of time. First off I can’t help but be irritated with them because of the mess they made of the primary calendar. I mean the Iowa Caucus wouldn’t have even happened yet. Secondly, Mitt Romney’s was […]
In the 20th Republican Presidential Debate held in Jacksonville, FL, Rick Santorum was the clear winner. Newt Gingrich was the clear loser. Santorum makes the case why he is the consistent conservative running.
Rick Santorum wins on solid answers and his ability to connect with blue collar workers. NBC News, The National Journal and The Tampa Bay Times fails for running a poor debate.
Analysis of Newt Gingrich’s victory, Mitt Romney’s decline, and Rick Santorum’s third place finish in the South Carolina Primary.
As much as I’m sure it grieves establishment Republicans there will not be a coronation for Mitt Romney. No not yet. After just two contests you by the talk of the establishment and the media would think that it is in the bag, but the rules have changed. Super PACs have allowed candidates, like Newt […]
If you happened to talk to the mainstream media, and some Republican establishment types they would lead you to believe so. It is such a common meme you’d think they had all received the same talking points, but that would be ridiculous right? They say it would harm our first-in-the-nation status as well. Look I […]
Now that former Speaker Newt Gingrich is the clear frontrunner, leading the polls in three of the first four early states he will have a target on his back, especially when support is as soft as it is in Iowa. Questions are going to be asked. His past record is going to be brought up […]
Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum canceled his Nevada campaign events over the weekend in keeping with his promise to boycott the Nevada Caucus in response to their decision to move their caucus to January 14th which has put the nomination process in turmoil causing a possibility that both Iowa and New Hampshire will move their […]
Congratulations to Senator John McCain who won the South Carolina primary. With 97% of the precincts coming in: McCain – 33% Huckabee – 30% Thompson – 16% Romney – 15% Paul – 4% Giuliani – 2% McCain won the independent vote, the moderate vote, the military vote, and seniors. Huckabee and McCain split with Republicans. […]
Latest Florida poll from Datamar: Mike Huckabee 23.9%Mitt Romney 19.5%John McCain 17.9%Rudy Giuliani 16.4%Fred Thompson 9.4%Ron Paul 4.8% Pretty interesting. Perhaps Giuliani’s late primary/big state strategy is going to backfire? Update: 10:50 PM – USA Today/Gallup Poll Mike Huckabee 25%Rudy Giuliani 20%John McCain 19%Fred Thompson 12%Mitt Romney 9%Ron Paul 4% Technorati Tags: Mike Huckabee,Mitt Romney,John […]