Tag Archives: Ted Cruz

Cruz in Binghamton

A Republican nominee should “lose the primary to win the general without violating your principles.”–Jeb Bush In Binghamton, Ted Cruz, asked about his negative view of New Yorkers, said that he meant only “liberal Democrats who are intolerant to the … Continue reading

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NYS GOP Primary–Procedures and Politics

On April 19 we will have the  opportunity to have our voices effect the Presidential races in the New York State Federal Primary.  In an October article, NYS Presidential Primary Info, the NewNY23rd predicted: “By the time our primaries are held, there … Continue reading

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Export Import Bank reauthorization

The charter for the Export-Import Bank will expire on June 30 unless Congress renews it. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), the chairman of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, reportedly said that Congress should let the Export-Import Bank expire. Jordan cited widespread opposition … Continue reading

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Ted it ain’t.

This article is based on a Wacky-pedia article dated Jan. 24, 2017. The Ted Cruz presidential campaign of 2016 began when United States Senator Ted Cruz of Texas elected to seek the Republican Party nomination for President.  Early on, before officially announcing his candidacy … Continue reading

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Evolving politics

Reportedly Senator Ted Cruz will run for President as an unabashed conservative, presenting himself as an alternative to the “mushy middle.” However, Jeb Bush, who famously said he might have to lose the primary to win the election, recognizes that … Continue reading

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The War Hawks are back

I’m suggesting (we) change our posture … from a military superpower to a humanitarian superpower.–Howard Zinn Sebastian Payne and Robert Costa, writing for the Washington Post, give many examples of hawkish statements by Republicans. Here is a sample from the … Continue reading

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Ted Cruz

Ted Cruz was born in Canada in 1970 to an American mother; his Cuban father was not a citizen at that time.  According to his official bio: Ted graduated with honors from Princeton University and with high honors from Harvard Law School. … Continue reading

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