Posts Tagged ‘Immigration’
 

 

If Trump Can’t Handle The Truth, Neither Can Cruz

Since the Iowa Caucuses, Donald Trump and Texas Senator Ted Cruz have been frequent sparring partners. The ferocity of their attacks, however, has escalated since the campaign moved on to South Carolina. The Cruz campaign has h...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

A Raucous Iowa Caucus (Part 2)

By Rev. Cary K. Gordon What do you do when you’ve already eaten way too much? Well, for Heaven’s sake you should not eat more! And may I add that by refusing to eat more, it would be senseless to accuse the bloated man ...
by Rev. Cary K. Gordon

 
 

Sparing Partners: Cruz and Trump Continue to trade blows.

If you are a fan of political warfare, it doesn’t get much better than the battle between Texas Senator Ted Cruz and Donald Trump. For the past week or so, these two have not only been trading punches, but also trying to matc...
by Craig Robinson

 

 

In a Blink of the Eye – Everything Has Changed

In the span of one weekend, the entire narrative of the presidential race has changed. The coordinated terrorist attacks that occurred in France on Friday evening not only reminds us of the volatile world in which we live, but ...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

Cruz not so Ideologically Pure on Immigration as you may think.

As a freshman Senator with no signature legislation to boast about on the campaign trail, Texas Senator Ted Cruz instead makes his case to voters by telling them what’s important is to see where the candidates “stood up and...
by Craig Robinson

 

 

The substance Santorum offers remains difficult to ignore

Donald Trump may have helped to elevate the immigration debate in the 2016 Republican presidential race, but as always seems to be the case with the current GOP front runner, there is not a lot of substance to go with the rheto...
by Craig Robinson