Senator Ted Cruz has staked out and held firm on conservative views during his time in office, making him a favorite of many Republicans. He’s also stepped on some toes along the way, and CBS News has an interesting piece on what that may mean for a Cruz campaign in 2016:
Will grassroots support be enough for Sen. Ted Cruz in 2016?
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, doesn’t have a lot of friends in Washington, and he’s proud of it.
“Politics, it ain’t beanbag,” ...
Dr. Ben Carson appeared on Hugh Hewitt’s radio show yesterday, and a fair assessment is that at least on foreign policy he did not do terribly well. Here’s part of how National Review wrote it up:
Ben Carson Forgets Baltic States Are in NATO, Dates Islam to Before Christ in Flubbed Foreign Policy Interview
Neurosurgeon and prospective Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson stumbled on key foreign policy questions during an interview with conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt on Wednesday, appearing to ...
Victor Davis Hanson, who writes for the Leadership Project for America Foundation on a great many policy issues, has a pretty interesting critique of Hillary Clinton as the potential Democratic candidate in 2016 over at National Review Online. Here’s a sampling of his observations:
Hillary or Bust!
Hillary Clinton will not run in 2016 on the slogan of continuing the hope-and-change policies of Barack Obama. The president has not enjoyed a 50 percent approval rating since a brief period after his ...