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Trending: Sniper Kills 4 Terrorists With 1 Bullet!
While Donald Trump won New York in grand fashion some Republicans are noticing that [score]Ted Cruz[/score] won more votes in Wisconsin than Trump did in New York… but somehow Trump won more delegates.
While we're talking about winning with the most votes, more Republicans will have voted in the state of Wisconsin than New York.
— Patrick Ruffini (@PatrickRuffini) April 20, 2016
What lessons can be learned from studying Donald Trump’s victory in New York?
GOP donors are considering sitting out the November election if Donald Trump is the candidate.
Hey conservatives and Christians… Target wants you to know that they don’t support your politics and they don’t want your business.
It seems that Andrew Jackson will soon be getting the boot from the $20 bill and be getting replaced by Harriet Tubman. Honestly, this is probably for the best, as Andrew Jackson would have likely hated being associated with the federal bank anyway!
Avoiding the College trap. A college degree guarantees you nothing. It could, in fact, ruin your future.
There was a time when having a college degree almost guaranteed you a “good job,” certainly one that pays better than those not requiring a bachelor’s degree.
Is there a reason that you should care about legalizing marijuana, even if you don’t smoke it?
Sean Hannity doesn’t understand why conservatives think he’s in the tank for Donald Trump.
It’s important that Fox News receive full, enduring, and indelible credit for making Donald Trump the 2016 Republican nominee
— David Frum (@davidfrum) April 20, 2016