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Salon.com
Ted Cruz is feeling the Bern! On the New Hampshire trail with the GOP’s cute but sinister rebel firebrandSALEM, N.H. — Ted Cruz in person, on the campaign trail, is a study in contrast
Ted Cruz is feeling the Bern! On the New Hampshire trail with the GOP’s cute but sinister rebel firebrand
Salon.com / Posted 2 days ago
SALEM, N.H. — Ted Cruz in person, on the campaign trail, is a study in contrasts. What I principally mean by that cliché is that Cruz makes a more plausible human being when seen up close than in his animatronic television appearances, but he does... Read more
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Salon.com
The special hell of a Ted Cruz rally: What it’s like to spend an evening with the GOP’s oiliest operatorThere is a boisterous Oath Keeper leaking alcohol from every pore sitting thre
The special hell of a Ted Cruz rally: What it’s like to spend an evening with the GOP’s oiliest operator
Salon.com / Posted 2 days ago
There is a boisterous Oath Keeper leaking alcohol from every pore sitting three seats away from me in a Nashua, New Hampshire, middle school auditorium hosting a Ted Cruz town hall. I’m wondering if it’s too late to change seats. The guy is wearing... Read more
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The Atlantic
Is Rush Limbaugh Unaware That He's Part of the Establishment?Prominent figures in the conservative movement are in denial about their actual
Is Rush Limbaugh Unaware That He's Part of the Establishment?
The Atlantic / Posted 11 days ago
Prominent figures in the conservative movement are in denial about their actual role in American politics, Damon Linker argues in a thought-provoking column for The Week. They criticize “the establishment” as if it’s 1955, when William F. Buckley and... Read more
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The Atlantic
Is Clinton or Sanders Obama's True Heir?With the Iowa caucuses a week away, both Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are
Is Clinton or Sanders Obama's True Heir?
The Atlantic / Posted 13 days ago
With the Iowa caucuses a week away, both Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are doing what they can to embrace President Obama and lay claim to his mantle. Unsurprisingly, they’re seeking to connect with different elements of his legacy, and the ways... Read more
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Business Insider
GOP elites prefer Trump to Cruz — here's whyDonald Trump is a nativist demogogue who attacks racial and religious minoritie
GOP elites prefer Trump to Cruz — here's why
Business Insider / Posted 14 days ago
Donald Trump is a nativist demogogue who attacks racial and religious minorities and heaps praise on authoritarian leaders abroad. He borrowsfrom white nationalists and channels the worst impulses in American life. He’s an opportunist with little... Read more
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Borger News-Herald
'Duck Dynasty' patriarch endorses Texas Sen. Cruz for presidentWith just over a week until the Iowa caucuses, Texas Senator Ted Cruz has lined
'Duck Dynasty' patriarch endorses Texas Sen. Cruz for president
Borger News-Herald / Posted 14 days ago
With just over a week until the Iowa caucuses, Texas Senator Ted Cruz has lined up several endorsements. "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson endorsed Cruz after going hunting with him. Influential radio talk-show host Glenn Beck endorsed Cruz on... Read more
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Canberra Times
Charlatan, con man, show-off: Things conservatives hate about Donald TrumpRepublican candidate Donald Trump is not popular with many conservative comment
Charlatan, con man, show-off: Things conservatives hate about Donald Trump
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
Republican candidate Donald Trump is not popular with many conservative commentators. Photo: Bloomberg The National Review, once a bible of the American right, on Thursday published an entire issue dedicated to attacking Donald Trump, the clear... Read more
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The Age
Charlatan, con man, show-off: Things conservatives hate about Donald TrumpRepublican candidate Donald Trump is not popular with many conservative comment
Charlatan, con man, show-off: Things conservatives hate about Donald Trump
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
Republican candidate Donald Trump is not popular with many conservative commentators. Photo: Bloomberg The National Review, once a bible of the American right, on Thursday published an entire issue dedicated to attacking Donald Trump, the clear... Read more
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WA Today
Charlatan, con man, show-off: Things conservatives hate about Donald TrumpRepublican candidate Donald Trump is not popular with many conservative comment
Charlatan, con man, show-off: Things conservatives hate about Donald Trump
WA Today / Posted 16 days ago
Republican candidate Donald Trump is not popular with many conservative commentators. Photo: Bloomberg The National Review, once a bible of the American right, on Thursday published an entire issue dedicated to attacking Donald Trump, the clear... Read more
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Slate
Why GOP Elites Prefer Trump to CruzWho's winning, who's losing, and why. The real estate magnate seems malleable
Why GOP Elites Prefer Trump to Cruz
Slate / Posted 16 days ago
Who's winning, who's losing, and why. The real estate magnate seems malleable while the Texas senator poses an existential threat. Jamelle Bouie is Slate’s chief political correspondent. If he has a serious rival... Read more
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New York Magazine
How Conservatism Created Donald TrumpSarah Palin and Donald Trump, together at least. Photo: Aaron P. Bernstein/Gett
How Conservatism Created Donald Trump
New York Magazine / Posted 17 days ago
Sarah Palin and Donald Trump, together at least. Photo: Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images In 2008, Republican vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin electrified conservatives in a way the more sober presidential nominee could not. People who paid close... Read more
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My EastText
National Review: 10 reasons Trump shouldn't be presidentNational Review and a group of conservative thought leaders took a strong stand
National Review: 10 reasons Trump shouldn't be president
My EastText / Posted 17 days ago
National Review and a group of conservative thought leaders took a strong stand against Donald Trump on Friday. In a special issue titled "Against Trump," the 65-year-old magazine founded by William F. Buckley railed against Trump's "unmoored" and... Read more
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KQ2 St. Joseph
National Review: 10 reasons Trump shouldn't be presidentNational Review and a group of conservative thought leaders took a strong stand
National Review: 10 reasons Trump shouldn't be president
KQ2 St. Joseph / Posted 17 days ago
National Review and a group of conservative thought leaders took a strong stand against Donald Trump on Friday. In a special issue titled "Against Trump," the 65-year-old magazine founded by William F. Buckley railed against Trump's "unmoored" and... Read more
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17d
KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene
National Review: 10 reasons Trump shouldn't be presidentNational Review and a group of conservative thought leaders took a strong stand
National Review: 10 reasons Trump shouldn't be president
KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene / Posted 17 days ago
National Review and a group of conservative thought leaders took a strong stand against Donald Trump on Friday. In a special issue titled "Against Trump," the 65-year-old magazine founded by William F. Buckley railed against Trump's "unmoored" and... Read more
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17d
TheStreet.com
Here's every reason National Review hates Donald TrumpNational Review has decided to take a stand against Donald Trump. The think-mag
Here's every reason National Review hates Donald Trump
TheStreet.com / Posted 17 days ago
National Review has decided to take a stand against Donald Trump. The think-magazine founded by revered conservative William F. Buckley has published an issue dedicated to bashing the Republican frontrunner. Inside are 22 short essays by noted... Read more
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17d
Daily Mail
RNC boots National Review from debate after entire issue savages TrumpRepublicans kick National Review magazine out of February debate after it devot
RNC boots National Review from debate after entire issue savages Trump
Daily Mail / Posted 17 days ago
Republicans kick National Review magazine out of February debate after it devotes an entire issue to savaging Donald Trump - who insists the 'dead' mag is trying to 'get a little publicity' Right-wing warfare broke out Thursday night when National... Read more
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17d
The Washington Times
March for Life goes forth despite incoming blizzard, pro-lifers soldier onThe nation’s capital is ready to hunker down as a major blizzard looms; grocery
March for Life goes forth despite incoming blizzard, pro-lifers soldier on
The Washington Times / Posted 17 days ago
The nation’s capital is ready to hunker down as a major blizzard looms; grocery stores are wall-to-wall with those seeking provisions and the alarmist media is in full cry. The pro-lifers, however, solider on. They are ready to rally on the National... Read more
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The Washington Times
A plea to the press: Cover March for LifeThe mainstream media has long been finicky about covering the annual March for
A plea to the press: Cover March for Life
The Washington Times / Posted 18 days ago
The mainstream media has long been finicky about covering the annual March for Life, which draws several hundred thousand people to the National Mall to reaffirm their pro-life beliefs, parse politics and recall the late Nellie Gray, the “tireless... Read more
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The Atlantic
The Alliance of the AggrievedSarah Palin's star may have dimmed since 2008. Republican pundits and donors ma
The Alliance of the Aggrieved
The Atlantic / Posted 19 days ago
Sarah Palin's star may have dimmed since 2008. Republican pundits and donors may have wearied of her. But Republican pundits and donors don’t typically vote in the Iowa caucuses. To many, many of the people who do vote there, Palin remains a heroine... Read more
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FOX News
The GOP establishment has ruined the Republican brandHow's that for party unity and loyalty? More to the point: What brand? The GO
The GOP establishment has ruined the Republican brand
FOX News / Posted 30 days ago
How's that for party unity and loyalty? More to the point: What brand? The GOP brand is already ruined. And they ruined it. The GOP brand was one that championed limited government. The second largest expansion of the federal government came under... Read more

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