Monthly Archives: March 2016

Will Republicans Forgive Each Other?

March 19

The Last Men Standing

It is extremely hard to believe that after 17 candidates, the GOP is down to three. Well, maybe even two depending how you look at it, or one of you see Cruz and Kasich as RINOs or “establishment.” Regardless, with just Cruz and Kasich standing on that campaign stage and Trump off talking to AIPAC, […]

Could you get behind Paul Ryan

March 17

The Super Tuesday Surprises

On the first Super Tuesday, there was no major event or result that had everyone overly surprised. Cruz beat Trump in Texas, so there was no need for him to consider dropping out of the race. Rubio won his first state, Minesotta, so there was also no need for him to consider dropping out of […]

Jerusalem Musicians Say They Support Ted Cruz

Inside the Total Trump Meltdown

March 14

The Total Trump Meltdown

Over the weekend, it seems like the Trump fury hit its boiling point, and will only get hotter. As Trump pointed out in a quote he posted on social media: “First they ignore you. Then they laugh at you. Then they fight you. Then you win.” -Mahatma Ghandi This quote could not better illustrate Donald […]

March 10

Trump’s Key to Success

Since the start of his campaign, Donald Trump has been extremely active on social media. He has 1.1 million followers on Instagram, 6.7 million on Twitter, and 6.2 million on Facebook. Now, while many would associate this with his celebrity status, Trump has done the work all social media specialists would advise for a successful […]

March 07

Why Republicans Need to Accept Donald Trump

At this point in the race, Donald Trump is no longer a “joke.” In fact, he is in first place for the Republican nomination. So, for starters, let us go over very quickly how a politician gets nominated by the party. They announce they will run for the primary. Then, they campaign to get a […]

March 04

What’s Happening in Congress?

There is so much national attention on the race for the White House, that many times, we forget the other two branches of government on the federal level. I myself had to take a moment today, and realize that I have no clue what is going on in Congress. While this used to be the […]