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What If it is Jeb Bush vs. Hillary Clinton in 2016?

Do Jeb and Hillary Cancel Out the Negatives? Presidential races are often about contrasts. In 2008, it was a young, new, and “exciting” minority Democrat with against a old, rich, white millionaire Republican who couldn’t remember how many houses he owned. In 2004, the contrast between the Massachusetts sail-boating liberal Democrat and the hay-tossing Texas […] Continue reading →

It’s Easy as ABC: Anybody but Bush or Christie

Jeff Crouere,   With 21 months until the 2016 presidential race, the GOP field of candidates is large and impressive. Approximately two dozen prominent Republicans have expressed an interest in running for President. Most of the candidates are strong conservatives with solid credentials. Unfortunately, the field also includes two well known moderates, former Florida Governor Jeb […] Continue reading →

Memo To The GOP 2016 Field: Speak Out When The President Won’t, Especially On ISIS And Iran

Hugh Hewitt,   Jordan’s swift reaction to the savage murder of its young fighter pilot –the rapid execution of two terrorists– is just the first of our ally’s responses if King Abdullah was correctly understood by members of the House Armed Services Committee. The president’s muted response to the latest and most gruesome ISIS atrocity outraged […] Continue reading →

Rand Paul Calls Hillary Clinton ‘Yesterday’s News’

MATTHEW BOYLE | Breitbart “A blast from the past.”  Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton—a former U.S. Senator from New York, the former First Lady of the United States, and the Democrats’ likely frontrunner and nominee in 2016—is “yesterday’s news.” Breitbart News asked Paul—flanked by the new addition to his campaign […] Continue reading →

Romney’s Exit Shakes Up the 2016 GOP Chessboard

Jeb Bush will probably collect some of Mitt’s chips—but Mitt’s own analysis is that he was leaving an opening for another kind of candidate. Mitt Romney’s decision to exit the presidential race reshapes the contours of what remains a wide-open primary campaign, intensifying the competition for donors and staff among more than a dozen would-be rivals. […] Continue reading →