Monthly Archives: April 2016

April 30

Cruz Includes Fiorina on Campaign Page

Many say that you should “fake it till you make it,” and Senator Ted Cruz is doing jus that. After jumping the gun and announcing that Carly Fiorina will be his Vice President if nominated as the Republican candidate, he has now fully adopted her as part of his ticket- and more importantly, acts like […]

April 30

What We Can Learn From Trump in California

Throughout Donald Trump’s entire campaign, there has always been a large group that strongly and staunchly oppose this candidate. There are Super PAC’s that sprung up, independent of other candidates, who create attack ads and spread awareness for why he should be stopped. John Oliver, the comedian journalist, spent an entire show and used his […]

April 29

The Donald Trump Whiplash

If you are living under a rock, then you probably missed some huge news from last night. After a rally in Costa Mesa, anti-Trump volunteers lost their minds. For some time now, there have been “peaceful” protesters attending Trump rallies. In a room full of avid Trump supporters, they begin to scream how Trump is […]

April 28

Cruz Responds to Boehner’s “Lucifer” Comment

Ted Cruz was all over the news yesterday after his big announcement that once nominated as the Republican Party candidate, he would swiftly choose Carly Fiorina as his running mate. Then, today, he was back in the news but this time, because of a former colleagues comment. John Boehner, former Speaker of the House, said […]

April 28

The Pros and Cons to Cruz’s Big Announcement

After Trump won big in five Northeast states, there was definitely a feeling of huge momentum for the candidate and his campaign. From his wins, Trump said he was the “presumptive nominee.” As we have seen in this election cycle, wins like this are turning points for all candidates. After South Carolina, we saw Jeb […]

April 27

Trump Scores Big in Northeast

Because of Kasich and Cruz’s new coalition, there was a serious feeling last night that this could have been the night to “stop Trump.” The vendetta to stop Trump has been so huge, that the two candidates teamed up together to take delegates away from him. This move, in a primary, is truly unprecedented. Instead […]

April 26

Why Pennsylvania Matters

At the start of this election cycle, this primary looked nothing short of boring. We saw two familiar names: Bush and Clinton; and everyone thought this would be a very predictable election. Then, came in two revolutionaries: Trump and Sanders. From this point, everything changed. Seventeen Republicans entered the mix, and the result were three […]