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California RNC convention delegates announced

California RNC convention delegates announced

By George Miller Via the California Secretary of State’s office, a list of Republican delegates to the Republican National Committee Convention was released this week. It actually is two lists: one for Ted Cruz delegates and one for Donald Trump’s. The list: June 7, 2016, Presidential Primary Election Republican Delegate List We are also providing an […]

Sanders takes WV; Trump sweeps WV, NE primaries

Sanders takes WV; Trump sweeps WV, NE primaries

By George Miller Trump continued his victorious run to the GOP convention on Tuesday, 5-10-16, with overwhelming wins in West Virginia and Nebraska. That’s not as hard when all 16 competitors have quit or suspended their campaigns. In spite of that, Cruz still garnered 18% of the vote in Nebraska, to Kasich’s 11%, overwhelmed by Trump’s […]

Longshot Senate candidate pledges to vote will of the majority of voters

Longshot Senate candidate pledges to vote will of the majority of voters

County Supervisor John Zaragoza to stump for Martin Hernandez in 3rd District Race

County Supervisor John Zaragoza to stump for Martin Hernandez in 3rd District Race

Radio interview with CA CD-26 candidate Rafael Dagnesses

Radio interview with CA CD-26 candidate Rafael Dagnesses

Can Bernie Sanders Still Win?

Can Bernie Sanders Still Win?

Bernie Sanders may have won the Indiana primary Tuesday night, viagra sale but his victory is unlikely to save his political revolution. After this week, seek it is mathematically impossible for Sanders to reach the number of delegates necessary to win the Democratic nomination using pledged delegates alone. This means the Vermont senator will have […]

Sanders, Trump win Indiana gold

Sanders, Trump win Indiana gold

By George Miller Trump’s 53.3% vote tally and 17 point lead in the Tuesday May 3, 2016 primary election was greater than predicted and effectively ended Cruz’s campaign tonight. He “suspended” it, so technically he could opportunistically revive it. Kasich’s 7.6% didn’t do him much good. Bernie Sanders beat Hillary Clinton by 5 points, with […]

Five things to watch for in the Indiana primary

Five things to watch for in the Indiana primary

INDIANAPOLIS — Boisterous campaign rallies. Political ads every commercial break. Presidential candidates schmoozing with voters over pancakes. In recent days, Indiana, which holds its primary Tuesday, has begun to look a lot like Iowa, the first-in-the-nation nominating state that has outsize influence in deciding each party’s presidential nominee. Indiana’s primary, which falls late in the […]

Donald Trump’s anti-interventionist foreign policy causes a panic among the warmongers

Donald Trump’s anti-interventionist foreign policy causes a panic among the warmongers

Latest From Bob Livingston May 2, 2016 Donald Trump’s anti-interventionist foreign policy causes a panic among the warmongers » The foreign policy prescription Trump laid out last week was more Ron Paulian than neocon, and for that it drew ridicule from the Republican establishment, mainstream media talking heads and foreign policy “experts” whose policies, ideas and […]

John Kasich’s presidential primary challenges

John Kasich’s presidential primary challenges

By Matt Fleming . On paper, John Kasich is the presidential candidate Republicans have been waiting on for years. The Ohio governor represents an important swing state. As a member of Congress, he chaired the House Budget Committee, where he was considered the architect of the deal that balanced the federal budget. And he was instrumental […]