Monthly Archives: May 2016

May 13

Gingrich and Boehner Push Trump

Donald Trump’s campaign shifted quite significantly over these past few weeks. Before, it was the world shocked when Governor Chris Christie formally endorsed him for president, and many wrote it off that it was just because he was mad at the GOP. But now, ┬áreal political hard hitters are starting to throw the punches for […]

May 10

Cruz Hints at a Comeback

As every lawyer, author, and poet knows, there are power in your words. The power lies in the ability to use them to your advantage, or interpret words to someone else’s disadvantage. For this reason, there is special attention right now to the word “suspend.” You might have noticed that when all candidate announce that […]

May 10

The Political Power of Sarah Palin

In politics, endorsements go a long way. So do political opinions, and support for ideas or legislation. But some politicians have much more sway and influence than others. Ironically, these same politicians sometime have more critics and enemies than others. In our current political environment, there is one who really stands out above the rest […]

May 10

Another Clue to the Ryan, Trump Feud

Today, Paul Ryan added another bit of fuel to the fire of his recent lack of endorsement for Donald Trump. Last week, Ryan said that he was not ready to get behind Trump yet. This normally would have been okay, but after Kasich and Cruz suspended their campaigns, Ryan’s opinion on the presumptive nominee is […]

May 08

The Paul Ryan Conspiracy Theory

Paul Ryan’s rise in the Republican Party has been interesting to watch. We bring him up today, because of his recent comments this week about Donald Trump. Now, there have, of course, been many comments that range from positive to negative when it comes to Trump, but Ryan’s are in particular interesting and noteworthy. And […]

May 06

Republicans Take Sides Over Trump

There were already various movements going on in regards to Donald Trump. Certain politicians and celebrities came out in either full support or full opposition for the business billionaire, but in general, there was no need to publicly state an opinion. Now, after this week, politicians are coming clean on whether or not they can […]

May 05

And Then, There Was Trump

The 2016 Republican election cycle started out like a wild goose chase. With 17 candidate, each individual brought something different but still the same to the campaign stage. They all had their following, their dedication to conservative values, and their track record as a politician or CEO. The only one who really stood out from […]