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Commentary | An open letter to Senators Ted Cruz and Rand Paul

Commentary | An open letter to Senators Ted Cruz and Rand Paul

by Naomi Fisher Senator Cruz: My friends and I are horrified at the conditions at our borders and we sympathize with and applaud you for fighting to get help for our Border Patrol, for the immigrants, to get necessary covid supplies and help for ICE — and most of all please, to get Biden to […]

Ted Cruz Offers An Idea About What The US Should Do With El Chapo’s $14 Billion In Assets

Ted Cruz Offers An Idea About What The US Should Do With El Chapo’s $14 Billion In Assets

 By CHRIS WHITE, Energy Reporter   Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas floated the possibility Tuesday of using the seized assets of convicted drug cartel kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzmán to help build a wall at the southern border. “America’s justice system prevailed today in convicting Joaquín Guzmán Loera, aka El Chapo, on all 10 counts,” […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise — WHAT WENT WRONG WITH THE CRUZ CAMPAIGN

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise — WHAT WENT WRONG WITH THE CRUZ CAMPAIGN

By L. Neil Smith When I was 15 years old, in the 10th grade, I knew a young lady my age I’ll call Sue. Sue was a tall, very cool, relatively sophisticated number, very attractive with long eyelashes,long, long legs, olive skin, brown eyes that were pools a guy could fall into and drown in, […]

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 […]

Mike Pence endorses Ted Cruz

Mike Pence endorses Ted Cruz

Indianapolis (CNN)Indiana Gov. Mike Pence endorsed Ted Cruz Friday, just days before a primary that could make or break the Texas senator’s chances of halting Donald Trump’s march to the Republican presidential nomination. But Pence was quick to praise Trump, too, and encouraged Hoosier voters to “make up their own minds.”  . “I’m not against […]

Going to see Donald Trump in SoCal

Going to see Donald Trump in SoCal

By George Miller You probably already saw/heard about the Thursday Donald Trump rally in Costa Mesa on TV. Trump came to town with only a couple of days notice to most of us to do one of his trademark rallies, the likes of which we had never seen before the 2016 campaign. To say there […]

California – The Blue Prize in the GOP Battle

California – The Blue Prize in the GOP Battle

By Debra Tash California for the last six presidential election cycles has become a given for the Democratic party.  The polls close and five seconds later the newshounds call the state for the Dem.  Nobody has to work California’s political scene…it’s a done deal.  But not this year, at least, not in the race for […]

Jeb Bush reaches decision to endorse Ted Cruz

Jeb Bush reaches decision to endorse Ted Cruz

  PALM BEACH, illness Fla., unhealthy March 23, 2016 – Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush announced that he is endorsing Sen. Ted Cruz for president, calling the Texas senator a “consistent, principled” conservative. Bush also attacked Donald Trump during his announcement, “For the sake of our party and country, we must overcome the divisiveness and […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: New York Values

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: New York Values

By L. Neil Smith I confess that I haven’t been paying quite as much attention to this year’s General Election festivities as the media (and their advertisers) would like. I haven’t heard a single debate. Between the utter inability of the candidates to speak to a single issue that’s important to me, and the fact […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Remember Who Was First

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE:  Remember Who Was First

By L. Neil Smith . . Tom Tancredo is a five-term former U.S. congressman from Colorado. In some ways, he’s the right wing’s answer to former Democratic governor Dick Lamm, offering swift, unconventional,  unexpected, solutions to socio-economic, and political problems. Following 9/11, he proposed threatening the Muslem world — should there ever be another such […]

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