Tag Archives: Republicans

June 30

Donald Trump Addresses Party Betrayal

If you remember back to early in the primary, the Republican National Committee had the dense pool of primary candidates sign a pledge. The pledge, once signed, promised that the candidate would not run as an Independent if they lost the nomination, and would support whichever nominee won. Really, it is as though the RNC […]

June 20

Donald Trump Is All For Brexit

There is a major storm happening in the United Kingdom. And ironically, it is similar to the one that is happening in America. The UK is going to have a vote on whether or not the country should leave the European Union. Just for a little history-the EU is a politico-economic union of most countries […]

June 11

Mitt Romney’s Return

After Mitt Romney lost to President Obama in 2012, the former governor of Massachusetts stepped out of the political world. There were many people who regretted this loss. Inside his campaign, Romney and his team truly thought they would win the White House, even on Election Day. On the day, they were planning where to […]

June 10

Why The Never Trump Movement Can’t Let Go

A year ago, when Donald Trump first announced he was running for president, there was more laughter than there was fear. In a sea of 17 candidates who served as governors, GOP insiders, or senators, surely one of the big names would beat out the business billionaire. But as the summer led to the fall, […]

June 02

The Current State of Affairs in the GOP

It is extremely hard to believe that a year ago, we had no clue who would be our nominee a year from then. While, of course, everyone had a theory who would win and why, it was impossible to know until the first few states. And even after those, so much can change in an […]

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 20

Trump Sweeps New York

Yesterday, Donald Trump had probably his best day this whole election cycle. Not only did he win New York, he dominated New York. He won all New York delegates, and now, is absolutely confident he can take it all the way to the nomination. How a candidate does in their home state is one of […]

April 11

Republicans Head to Albany

New York is yet another one of those important primaries which act as crystal balls before the election. In fact, New York and California are the last two major states that will really show a candidate’s power in the general election, and how we can expect them to play against the Democrat nominee. For this […]

March 29

Trump and Sanders Have Some Things in Common

The beginning of this election cycle actually looked really boring. The names whispered in Washington, DC were names everyone had heard before. In fact, it seemed like non millennials could simply reach into their closet and grab their Bush or Clinton shirt, as the two political families would be battling each other once again for […]

July 15

Are You Surprised Trump is Number One in Polls? Don’t Be

Ladies and Gentlemen, you might be shocked to hear this news, or you might be happy, or you might be mad, but one thing is for certain and that is as of right now, Donald Trump is first place out of all the Republican candidates according to a new national poll. They say that there […]