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Trump Poised to Crush Cruz in “Last Ditch” Indiana

There are not a whole lot of elections left in the Presidential primary election season. For Republican Ted Cruz, this is a very bad thing. He has weaseled, winnowed, and stolen as many delegates as he possibly can, and he’s even won 10 states somehow. But he has not been able to blunt the oncoming train that is Donald Trump. Trump swept Cruz badly last week in New England, winning in all five states that…

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Trump: More Votes Than Romney, On Track To Beat W

At this point in the primary election cycle, Donald Trump has amassed more votes for him than Mitt Romney gathered in all of 2012. With 10.1 million so far, he needs only 700,000 more to beat the record set by George W. Bush in 2000. With California looming, this seems to be a gimme. At the end of June, Trump looks to have gotten more Republican primary votes than any other candidate in history. Why…

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Battleground: New England

Donald Trump cruises into today’s primary elections with momentum, favorable polls, and the swagger of a man who knows he’s on track to become the Republican candidate for President of the United States. With five states voting today, this is the biggest block of states that will vote together until primary season ends with a massive blowout of votes in June. Polls suggest Trump will sweep today, and for his challengers, Ted Cruz and John…

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Onward to Wisconsin!

March came in like a lion with 27 states having primary elections and caucuses, but leaves like a lamb, with no more contests in the next two weeks. April, by comparison will be very mild, with just a few states voting. On April 5, Wisconsin votes, putting its 42 delegates up in a winner-take-all vote. Then New York state votes, and its massive 95 go in a winner-take-most format on April 19th. Finally, on April…

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Trump’s #1 Enemy: Foreign Interests, Clinton’s #1 Enemy: Americans

There are a number of good reasons to vote for Donald Trump. He is outspoken, brash, and politically inflammatory to be certain. But he speaks only of making America greater. Of stopping foreign interests from flooding our streets with their poor and destitute, shoving tons of illegal narcotics into the hands of our children, negotiating billion-dollar advantages into every poorly conceived treaty we sign. Each plank of his presidential platform is based on improving the United…