Cruz and Clinton. Your two winners in Iowa last night. One was pretty obvious (I think), while the other was neck-and-neck with her opponent all night. What does a Cruz win in Iowa mean for the Republicans? How about a Clinton win for the Democrats? Allow me to shed some light on the subject. Historically… Read More Iowa 2016: What Last Night’s Results Mean for the Presidential Race
I suppose we’ve all heard by now about Trump’s boycott of the Fox Debate tomorrow night. What exactly is going through his head? Let’s take a look. First off, I think Trump’s move is a mistake, although it might not have any large repercussions. Trump seems to be taking a dump on a very skilled… Read More Trump’s Boycott: Is Trump Being a Spoiled Whiny Baby?
Who is Ted Cruz? An outcast, a rebel, an enemy of the Republican Establishment and the “Washington Cartel”. Welcome to the Gazette’s second review of a Presidential Candidate: Ted Cruz. Let’s start with the main issues Ted plans to address if elected: Restoring the Constitution as the Supreme Law of the Land. Preserving the Second… Read More Ted Cruz: An Analysis of a Presidential Candidate
Who is Donald Trump? Welcome to the Gazette’s first review of a Presidential Candidate: Donald J. Trump. Let’s start with what Trump has said since he has started running. Trump will “Make America Great Again.” Trump has said he is angry. Trump has said we need to close the southern border and build a wall.… Read More Donald Trump: An Analysis of a Presidential Candidate