National Review Online

Many of Donald Trump’s supporters are not conservatives. Many of them have not been active in politics before. Conservatives should be glad when a public figure leads newcomers to join our cause. via Pocket
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Donald Trump and Evangelical Values

Donald Trump, the billionaire playboy from Queens, may be about to triumph at the polls in famously Evangelical Iowa. Earlier this week, the Republican frontrunner earned the endorsement of Evangelical leader Jerry Falwell Jr. via Pocket
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National Review Online

As the election of 2008 approached, America was in crisis. And as we would soon learn, that crisis would not go to waste. Years after Bill Clinton disingenuously claimed that the era of big government was over, Obama won his party’s nomination by promising its furious revenge. via Pocket
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Iowa Caucus: Donald Trump Opposition Is Divided

Let’s get the obvious out of the way: Trump’s decision to remove himself from the final debate was tactically brilliant. He doesn’t do well in the debate format anyway. via Pocket
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Katrina Pierson: Donald Trump’s Controversial Spokeswoman

In April 2009, Katrina Pierson was a disappointed Obama voter and, she emphasized, “just a mom,” when she made her first foray into politics: a seven-minute speech at the Dallas Tea Party Tax Day Rally. “No president is going to change your life circumstances,” she reminded the crowd. via Pocket
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Donald Trump: Thin-Skinned Tyrant

Is Donald Trump the sharia of American politics? I’m having trouble finding much daylight between Islamic law’s repressive blasphemy standards and the mogul’s thin-skinned sense of privilege. None of us wants to be insulted or smeared. via Pocket
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Byron York: Cruz and Rubio battle in Trump’s shadow | Washington Examiner

SIOUX CITY, Iowa — The Republican presidential race here in Iowa split into eastern and western fronts on Saturday. Donald Trump flew into the east, by the Mississippi River, appearing in Dubuque and Davenport. via Pocket
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