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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Wednesday, March 9, 2016.
Governor John Kasich (R-OH) just doesn’t get it. The reason conservatives don’t support him is because he seems to believe that government is the solution, when in reality, government is the problem.
The Detroit News wonders if Michigan Republicans will fall under Donald Trump’s spell or if they’ll “do their part” to stop the billionaire businessman.
Donald Trump’s numbers are starting to stumble as Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) continues to grow stronger. Even worse, for Trump, the billionaire candidate has hit a wall (or ceiling) with Republican voters.
All of this is as the establishment begins to search for new ways to stop Donald Trump.
Bryan Fischer at Renew America wonders if we’re beginning to see a “Ted Cruz surge” across the nation. If there is a surge taking place, it is beginning with the conservative wing of the party – after winning the CPAC straw poll, Cruz just dominated the Senate Conservatives Fund straw poll as well. After counting up more than 20,000 conservative ballots Cruz was revealed to be the runaway winner with 65% of the vote!
Uh-oh. A recent report revealed that a Trump-branded tower in New Jersey was partially funded by Chinese investors who were hoping to get visas from their “gifts.”
You have to see this. It’s many of the folks who are running for President… with beards.
Austin Petersen just won the first Libertarian Party debate.
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