TRUMP 11

Donald Trump has released a list of 11 people who he would nominate to the Supreme Court to fill the vacancy created by Justice Antonin Scalia’s death if he is elected this November. Trump promised in March to eventually release a list of names. They are: Steven Colloton of Iowa Allison Eid of Colorado Raymond…

After ‘Classified’ Briefing, GOP Rep. Claims Obama Admin. Is Withholding Details of Iran Naval Incident That Will Shock Nation

America likely will be shocked over details regarding Iran’s capture and treatment of several U.S. sailors earlier this year once they’re declassified, one member of the House Armed Services Committee told the Washington Free Beacon. Rep. Randy Forbes (R., Virginia) told the outlet the Obama administration is keeping certain details of the incident secret but…

Dana Loesch Torches Trump Mouth Piece Kayleigh McEnany

As Trump supporters and surrogates revel in their presumptive nominee victory, they’re demanding Republicans and conservatives get in line behind their candidate. Over the weekend, conservative and RedState contributor Ben Howe made an appearance on CNN with Trump supporter Kayleigh McEnany to discuss the Never Trump movement and the continued fractures within the Republican Party.…

DESPICABLE!

Reagan’s Daughter Pens Letter to Will Ferrell on His Role Portraying Her Father With Alzheimer’s Ronald Reagan’s daughter, Patti Davis, penned a raw open letter to actor Will Ferrell Thursday after she heard the news of Ferrell’s upcoming role playing her father in the film “Reagan.” Davis, 63, indicated that she was less than thrilled…

5 STATE SWEEP FOR TRUMP

The billionaire businessman’s Super Tuesday III run-of-the-table reinforced his aura of invincibility, just as Wednesday’s speech at Washington, D.C.’s Mayflower Hotel is designed to reinforce his policy chops. Trump said Wednesday morning that he would be naming foreign policy advisers during the speech, calling the group “very good people.” “We need new thinking,” Trump said.…

DEBATE RECAP:

Cruz, Rubio Again Team Up to Blast Trump Conservative Senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio reprised their roles as fierce Trump critics at last night’s presidential debate in Detroit, relentlessly attacking the frontrunner they’re both chasing. Their positioning last night, as in the recent Houston debate, was symbiotic. One would punch at Trump and land…

RECAP OF HOUSTON GOP DEBATE

(1) Marco Rubio won.  Rubio generally performs well in these settings, with one infamous exceptionearly in the New Hampshire forum — but tonight felt different.  He came after Trump with ridicule and persistence, hammering the frontrunner on a host of issues, most memorably on immigration, Israel, and Obamacare.  Early on, Rubio prodded Trump on his vague-at-best healthcare plan, leading to the…