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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Saturday, February 27, 2016.
Senators [score]Ted Cruz[/score] (R-TX) and [score]Marco Rubio[/score] (R-FL) finally did what their supporters have been begging them to do for months… they went after Donald Trump during last night’s debate in Houston. Marco Rubio, was in particularly good form as he pummeled Trump throughout the debate, making the businessman seem flustered and off of his game.
Five Big questions after the GOP debate.
Marco Rubio then appeared early Friday morning on the Today Show and continued to take the fight to Donald Trump, calling him a “Con Artist” who has spent his life “sticking it to working Americans”!
By the way – Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) just endorsed Donald Trump.
7 BIG reasons for the Democrat Party to be very worried about Donald Trump.
Oh boy. The white supremacists are mobilizing for a Donald Trump presidency. While this isn’t likely to matter, it isn’t great news for Trump and his supporters either.
Meet the REAL Donald J. Trump (be warned – the content is racy).
Dr. Ben Carson says that after he spoke out against Obamacare, he too was audited by the IRS!
Senator “Bernie” [score]Bernard Sanders[/score] (I-VT) destroyed Hillary Clinton in a recent speech on the campaign trail, but then had his own terrifying moment in Chicago when a woman jumped onstage and tried to rush the surprised Senator!
Is the Democrats’ Supreme Court strategy actually helping the GOP cause?
Another hate crime HOAX unmasked, this one from New York City.