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'''[[Bernie Sanders]] swept 3 western primaries Saturday against [[Hillary]], winning a landslide of more than 70% of the vote in each'''. [http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/big-wins-west-bernie-sanders-sees-path-victory/story?id=37949647]  ''But the [[Democrat Party]] does not really believe in [[democracy]]''.
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'''If [[Ted Cruz]] were eligible to the office''' of [[President of the United States]], would a [[terrorism|terrorist]]'s son also be? ''Something to think about. The Framers thought of it, too.'' [http://www.conservativenewsandviews.com/2016/03/26/constitution/eligible-or-ineligible/]
 
'''If [[Ted Cruz]] were eligible to the office''' of [[President of the United States]], would a [[terrorism|terrorist]]'s son also be? ''Something to think about. The Framers thought of it, too.'' [http://www.conservativenewsandviews.com/2016/03/26/constitution/eligible-or-ineligible/]
 
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Bernie Sanders swept 3 western primaries Saturday against Hillary, winning a landslide of more than 70% of the vote in each. [1] But the Democrat Party does not really believe in democracy.


If Ted Cruz were eligible to the office of President of the United States, would a terrorist's son also be? Something to think about. The Framers thought of it, too. [2]


The dozen Anti-Trump Republicans that will vote Hillary Clinton for President. [3]


Imagine how many people would have literal earmarks if America still practiced some of the original punishments of Colonial Williamsburg. [4]


College of Pediatricians: The professional association of pediatricians says transgender kids is child abuse. [5]


“'Remember that when people tell you Trump is 8 points behind Hillary or something, Reagan was 25 points behind [Jimmy] Carter in March of 1980,' former House Speaker Newt Gingrich told Bloomberg Politics. Reagan closed the gap and won the popular vote by 10 points in a 44-state landslide.” [6]


Is Obama deliberately importing a revolutionary army through unrestricted immigration? [7]


Obama takes offense at Ted Cruz's proposal to monitor Muslims. [8] Is the special umbrage due to Obama's Religion?


A prize example of professor values and apparent professorial witlessness, on Israel and Islam. [9]


Is Donald Trump leading a Republican revolution? [10]


The Establishment ramps up its anti-Trump efforts, as Jeb Bush and Club for Growth (now run by an ex-congressman) endorse Ted Cruz. [11] Is Bush really trying to force a brokered convention that might pick himself?


Political correctness will enable Islam to kill us all, if we do not abandon it at once. [12]


A blowout landslide for Donald Trump in the big state of Arizona, and he grabs all 58 delegates as the prize. [13]


Donald J. Trump: the newest version of the American patriot. [14]


Liberal denial #19 continues: "to some it appears strange" that Obama is not meeting Fidel Castro while Obama visits Cuba, declares the British press, but it is not strange at all to anyone aware of communist hoaxes.


The prime minister of Venezuela supposedly met with Fidel Castro recently, with photos of a heavily clothed, sitting man to "prove" it, and yet the liberal media fail to explain why Obama is not meeting with "Fidel". [15] "Fidel Castro remains alive," declares the New York Times blog, and gullible liberals believe it. [16]


Even Alexis de Tocqueville knew Islam is at war with Western civilization. Why do so few politicians and commentators grasp this? [17]


Is Barack Obama a Muslim, and a follower of Muhammad? And what exactly does that mean? [18]


Another reason to Unplug the NFL: League threatens Georgia's Governor not to sign religious liberty bill. [19] Liberal bullies hate Christians


Conservapedia proven right, again: "President Obama Won’t Meet with Fidel Castro." [20] Communists have had a "Fidel" meet every foreign dignitary except Obama, who would be humiliated once the hoax is pointed out by historians.


A reminder of how a Hillary Clinton Presidency would destroy American sovereignty and liberty. [21]


Hate Is The Essence Of Socialism [22]


"Protesters block road outside Trump Arizona event." [23] Why aren't Hillary Clinton and Obama denouncing this unlawfulness by Leftists?


Nine different reasons why anyone would fear Donald J. Trump – and a fresh look at what he actually proposes. Hint: Trump can't please everyone. [24]


Did Hillary Clinton really beat Bernie Sanders in five States? Or did Hillary's machine have someone hack the voting machines? Included: a link to testimony from such a hacker. [25]


Support for a right to infanticide, from a liberal professor in his own words. [26]. And the left is saying this doesn't happen!


"Newt Gingrich on ‘Anti-TrumpRepublicans: Should Form ‘Lost Republicans for Hillary.’" [27]


This is pathetic: in a sign of desperation, Obama misuses and degrades his office by campaigning against the leading Republicans for president. [28]


Do the 2016 Presidential Election debates show a weakness in democracy itself? [29]


"Donald Trump's new ad treats a barking Hillary Clinton like a punchline." [30] Meanwhile, Obama gets involved in the presidential race, perhaps realizing that Trump will destroy whatever is left of his reputation, too.


"Trump risks falling short of delegate count for nomination." [31]


The government of Israel has institutional problems conforming to the rule of law. The United States government shares some of those problems, in fact if not in name. [32]


Democrats working with Republicans conspire to stop Donald Trump. John Kasich missed the deadline to appear on the Pennsylvania ballot. All of a sudden, he's eligible. [33]


Benjamin Netanyahu and Barack Obama both practice moral relativism, the former out of a misguided sense of necessity, the latter by deliberate choice. [34]


Time to discuss another needed reform, this one a tax and civil-liberty reform. Repeal the Johnson Amendment that keeps the church out of politics. [35]


Donald Trump takes Missouri too, extending his historic victory to 5 out of 6 on Tuesday and ending insider control of the Republican Party. [36]


On the Democratic side: is Hillary Clinton OK? With some of the more outrageous statements she has lately made, like "We didn't lose a single person" in Benghazi, one must wonder...! [37]


Neocons and the Fox News Channel lost in a wipe-out, and it is time for some high-level resignations in order to restore credibility.


"Turnout reported high in Missouri, Ohio, Chicago suburbs,"[38] as Donald Trump attracts many to the Republican Party.


University values in action, regarding the Middle East: a professor has the courage to call Muslim terrorism what it is, and students hound him off the campus. [39]


"Super Tuesday sequel could set stage for long Clinton-Sanders duel," admits USA Today.


"Report: Donald Trump to Reach GOP Convention Only 74 Delegates Short of Majority." [40] The Establishment may still try to take the nomination away from him.


Angela Merkel, who caved into the liberal media by opening Germany to 1 million Muslim migrants, is thrashed by voters in the election. [41] Why isn't she resigning now?


The anti-Trump Establishment echoes the anti-Andrew Jackson elite, and efforts to stop him "Backfired Big-time," admits left-leaning Politico No question: Donald Trump is making revolution, and the current aristocracy-of-pull don't like it. [42]


Does a worldwide elite now control the finances of all the Western world? Read and decide for yourselves. [43]


A 22-year-old protester jumped a railing and broke through two security guards to rush at Donald Trump at his rally in Dayton today, wrestled down merely a few feet from Trump. “I was ready for him, but it’s much easier if the cops do it, don’t we agree?” Trump declared to a roaring crowd. Notice photo of attacker standing on the American flag


Google's AlphaGo supercomputer has successfully beat the world's best Go player, Lee Se-dol, in a best of five face-off. -- (UPI)

The computer, developed by Google's DeepMind, outplayed its human opponent Saturday with over eight minutes left on the clock.


Those so-called protestors are hired. And at least half of them don't even know why they come. We saw this once before, in Ferguson, Missouri. [44]


Rivals to Donald Trump, including Ted Cruz, wrongly blame Trump for the violent protesters who are censoring Trump's freedom of speech. Fox News even tries to use the protests to stop Trump's momentum. [45]


Another ringing reminder of what a natural born citizen is, and is not. And why John Jay thought it important enough to urge the Framers to use that phrase. [46]


Will governments world-wide abolish cash? If banks want to assess the proportional service charge they call "negative interest," they will. [47]


Hollywood values: Big shots attending the Oscars pledged over $65,000 to Californian Girl Scouts. After all the liberal bragging was over, the girls get just $1,000. [48]


Have those who called themselves the grown-ups ruined everything in America? [49]


Donald Trump cancels an event in the liberal stronghold of the University of Illinois tonight, as police are unable to control the protests. Liberals have been suppressing freedom of speech at college for a long time.


Neocons are on the verge of losing face in Florida, where their hand-picked candidate Marco Rubio heads to a big defeat in his home state, according to fivethirtyeight.


Humility is under-valued in the Western world, as the current Presidential debates seem to show. A critique of Baruch Spinoza from a Jewish perspective. [50]


Financialization – forcing people to go to a bank for more and more activities of living – represents another threat to liberty. [51]


Candidates pulled their punches against Donald Trump in the debate, in a new strategy that may have caused Trump to look weaker.


Debate update: Marco Rubio lights up the night with his passionate criticism of Obama's deal for communist Cuba, and Ted Cruz scores points in his criticisms of Donald Trump.


Instead of confirming scientists' widely-held beliefs, DNA sequences are proving Evolution to be flawed. [52]


Have you heard of Tony Senecal? He was a butler to Donald Trump for 20 years. He knows a thing or two about the man running for President. [53]


Depopulation – the deliberate goal of those who have supplanted our culture. Abortion on demand, homosexuality, transsexuality – they all fit. [54]


Two retired Yankees baseball stars endorse Donald Trump for president, and the liberal media react with fury against them. [55]


Obama refused to attend Justice Scalia's funeral, and now Obama skips Nancy Reagan's funeral, too. [56] Is this because of Obama's Religion?


Are globalists offering the American electorate a false choice? An analysis of current geopolitical trends, and a name Donald Trump dropped in his last debate. [57]


"Turnout in presidential primary breaks 1972 record" in Michigan, by 25%, as 2.4 million people voted and some precincts ran out of ballots. [58]


A different view on Donald Trump and whether the Republican Party debates should continue, or stop. [59]


Why common law protects life, liberty and property while statutory law threatens it. [60]


Donald Trump romps to landslide victories in Michigan & Mississippi, and mocks his rivals' futile attempts to defeat him. [61]


Attacks by RINO loser Mitt Romney against Donald Trump have actually helped Trump, the USA Today concludes based on polling. [62]


Barack Obama shows no respect for the rule of law when he continues to press for gun control. [63]


"Trump and the movement to derail him face new tests Tuesday," as Michigan votes and awards its delegates on a proportional basis. The Establishment is ramping up its efforts to defeat him. [64]


Donald Trump had good reason not to attend this year's CPAC conference. Maybe he should stop showing up for debates that turn into open season on him. [65]


"Dems fret about Trump's appeal. ... Trump's unorthodox message and populist appeal, the Democrats warn, could erode their hold on working-class support and jeopardize their chances in a year when voter disenchantment with Washington is being felt nationwide." TheHill


The turnout at the Republican caucuses in Kansas was more than 2.5 times the turnout in 2012: 81,000 yesterday compared with 30,000 four years ago. [66]


In 2013, the liberal publication The Beast was forced to admit that it was a "terrible year for evolution."

The Beast now heralds an expected creationist triumph. Anti-homosexuality, pro-creationism woman could change America's textbooks: "Mary Lou Bruner is one runoff election away from changing the curriculum for Texas schools — and perhaps the nation—thanks to the state’s outsized influence on publishers. ...her eventual victory looks all but assured."[67]


Nancy Reagan, R.I.P. [68]


The upcoming Florida primary was made winner-take-all to help Establishment candidate Jeb Bush.[69] But now it favors Donald Trump.


Donald Trump wins the Louisiana primary and Kentucky caucuses; Ted Cruz wins the caucuses in Kansas and Maine, which Trump quipped makes sense because it is close to Canada! Trump calls for Marco Rubio to drop out.


Neocons appear to have taken over CPAC, voting heavily against Donald Trump in today's straw poll and picking as their top choice for V.P. Nikki Haley, who wasted her response to Obama's State of the Union address by criticizing Trump's positions. CPAC did not even have Ann Coulter speak.


A ringing reminder: no such people as Palestinian exists or existed. Moses himself predicted this sort of deceit in his valedictory. [70]


Three caucuses today -- particularly in Kansas and Kentucky -- test the momentum of Donald Trump against a strong challenge by Ted Cruz. But Trump will roll to victory in today in evangelical Louisiana, because it is a primary and not a caucus.


Are the Republican National committee and the Mainstream Media conspiring together to hand the election to Hillary Clinton? [71]


Governor Mike Huckabee (R-Ark.) called the Donald Trump phenomenon "an overthrow of the government" and "a bloodless coup." It surely is an overthrow of the Mainstream Media. And they needed overthrowing. [72]


CPAC loses relevancy as Donald Trump cancels his appearance there, deciding to campaign in Kansas instead. [73] CPAC, perhaps not as conservative as it once was, would have seen an organized walk-out on Trump.


Post-debate, Donald Trump reversed his surprising statement in support of H-1B Visas, and reiterated his opposition to them because they are "for the explicit purpose of substituting for American workers at lower pay." [74]


Mitt Romney, the RINO loser who won't go away, ranted against Donald Trump today with silly criticisms like saying that some of Trump's businesses failed. Romney's smear set up Fox News Channel to repeat the cheap shots at the opening of tonight's big debate. [75]


Crack dealer kills a woman and her two kids The suspect was recently set free thanks to Barack Hussein Obama's mass release of federal inmates. [76]


Godless Britain is building 10 special new "healthy towns," comprising of 76,000+ homes, in a desperate attempt to tackle its sloth and gluttony caused obesity crisis.[77] See: United Kingdom and obesity and Atheism and obesity

Imagine how big Britain's obesity problem would be if the mass immigration of slim, religious immigrants hadn't occurred in recent years! See also: Godless Britain is the fat man of Europe


Why closing the Guantanamo terrorist prison would be a very dangerous policy. [78]


"Neocons declare war on Trump." Politico story


"Republican Leaders Still Paralyzed By Donald Trump," and there is a "rumored plan of using a floor fight at the convention to take the nomination away from Trump and anoint someone like Mitt Romney." [79]
Romney has not endorsed anyone and the media promote his anti-Trump comments. [80]


Turnout to vote for a Republican yesterday shattered records in many states, surpassing the old records by about 50% in Virginia and Tennessee. [81]


Donald Trump triumphed in seven state primaries Tuesday, defying the Establishment and the liberal media. Ted Cruz won his home state of Texas, and also Oklahoma and the Alaska caucuses; Marco Rubio won Minnesota.


Did Rush Limbaugh collude with Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) to promote the "Gang of Eight" amnesty bill? Rush Limbaugh denies this, but certain damning evidence has emerged that demands an explanation. [82]


White Democrat turnout at the polls is down 44% from 2008. [83] The GOP numbers are up 70%.


Resorting desperately to the race card, the liberal media claim that "In 1927, Donald Trump’s father was arrested after a Klan riot in Queens," featuring even a newspaper clipping from that era. [84] Donald was not even born yet.


Donald Trump is surging in Texas, and may even grab a third of its 155 delegates Tuesday despite being the home state of Ted Cruz. Politico.com: "Inside Trump’s Texas Insurgency"


Could any candidate campaign today on "making America good again"? First they would have to admit the existence of evil. [85]


The race card is the latest act of desperation by liberals in trying to stop Donald Trump: the lamestream media and White House try to link him to the KKK. Trump responded that he has repeatedly disavowed such support. [86]


"Sen. Jeff Sessions endorses Trump. The Alabama senator's endorsement is a blow to Ted Cruz." [87]


Hillary Clinton has been paid $21,000,000 to "speak" in the last 3 years. Peek at the crony list who she owes favors to. [88]


A note of caution about Donald Trump: he needs to explain whether, how, and why he has changed his mind on many issues, as the video record seems to show. [89]


"The Gun Control Song". Video parodies liberals and their gun control problem: [90]


The Establishment stacked the delegate-selection GOP rules against conservative challengers, but now those same rules will give anti-Establishment Donald Trump a huge delegate windfall on Super Tuesday. [91]


What do Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have to offer today's voter? They look a bit like cake mixes that have lingered in the pantry for fifty years, don't they? [92]


Fox News Hits Three Year Perception Low With Republicans. The rise of Trump and the disgust with Fox's bias is evident more than ever. [93]


"Maine’s Paul LePage became the second governor to endorse Donald Trump on Friday. ... 'I was Donald Trump before Donald Trump became popular. ... we set a record for the most votes in the history of the state of Maine for a governor.'" [94]


"Anti-Trump onslaught begins ... several anti-Trump attacks announced over the past 24 hours, as mainstream Republicans make a desperate attempt to stop his rise." [95] But GOP primary voters are not easily influenced by liberal bias.


"Marco Rubio and Donald Trump emerged Friday as the principal antagonists in an all-out brawl for the future of the Republican Party." [96] Will Trump hold on to his lead?.


Last year, more than twenty famous people met their end. Is God trying to tell the rest of us something? [97]


Why Donald Trump? Because he'll do the best job, says this activist. [98]


"Chris Christie Endorses Donald Trump for President." [99] Together they destroyed Atlantic City with gambling. Christie couldn't endorse Establishment favorite Jeb Bush because he's quit, and Rubio wouldn't appoint Christie to anything. Will Christie's endorsement hurt Trump?


The liberal media declare Marco Rubio to be the winner of last night's debate, but admit that it "will probably not be enough to slow Trump’s momentum going into Super Tuesday." [100]


Have the terms "right" and "left" lost their meaning? They seem to have, in Israeli politics. To the peril of the people of Israel. [101]


"Rubio, Cruz throw it all at Trump. Despite trying to edge each other out of the race, the senators finally unleashed all their opposition research on the race's front-runner." [102]


How the education system in America exists mainly to warp minds. And make them ripe for Anti-Semitism at college. [103]


GOP debate update: Marco Rubio mocks Donald Trump's repeated promise to remove the "lines around the states" in health insurance; John Kasich declares that businesses must provide services even if it violates their faith.


Obama's plan to nominate a pro-abort RINO to the Supreme Court backfires as the Nevada governor declares, "I do not wish to be considered" for the job. [104]


Islam and Nazism have many salient, and ominous, parallels. [105]


Since 2011, a record setting pace of 162 abortion facilities have closed. Each year on average, 31 locations close or stopped performing the procedure. [106]
BREAKING NEWS: The Fifth Circuit rules against abortion clinics and allows the 30-mile rule to go into effect. [107]


There is no such thing as free stuff! Some people, including Bernie Sanders, need to learn that all over again. [108]


Warning! Do not fall into the progressive liberal trap of hero worship. That gave us Barack Hussein Obama on the liberal side. [109]


Donald Trump picks up his first two congressional endorsements. [110] But will the Establishment, RINOs, and Fox News Channel concede defeat?


Trump won among both men and women, evangelical and non-evangelical, and every age group over 30. [111] Marco Rubio finished second again.


Donald Trump wins Nevada!


Why Barack Hussein Obama is a thoroughly anti-American Presidentand how America must redeem herself. [112]


Greatest Conservative Sports Star Bubba Watson just won his 9th PGA title, and even writers in the lamestream media admit that he is not getting the credit he deserves. [113]


Why do the nations, meaning the Gentiles, rage? How and why the world's nations always try to destroy Israel. [114]


The winner of the evangelical vote in South Carolina: Donald Trump, by a 33-27 margin over Ted Cruz. [115]


The source of Donald Trump's appeal he is not a member of anyone's establishment save his own. Therefore, accountable to no one. [116] Another reason for that appeal: today's democratic politics places no value on trans-historical truths. So no one's offering any. [117]


John Kasich still wants to be the Establishment candidate, but he's merely Plan B to Marco Rubio for the RINOs at this point. [118]


Abraham Lincoln once interceded for Jews in Romania. Would anyone repose confidence in a similar intercession for Jews in Iran today? [119]


It's a three-way race now, Donald Trump v. Marco Rubio v. Ted Cruz, with Establishment types expected to pour in their support for Rubio. [120] Mitt Romney may soon endorse Rubio now that Jeb Bush has quit.


Remembering George Washington and his monumental achievements as his real birthday comes up. [121]


Donald Trump wins by a landslide in South Carolina, and Jeb Bush quits. Marco Rubio takes 2nd place with 99.9% of precincts reporting. [122]


Midday, "turnout heavy, voting smooth in SC’s GOP primary." [123] Republican turnout is expected to break the state record.


A conservative case for Donald Trump for President. [124]


The Vatican clarifies that the Pope was not singling out Donald Trump or telling people not to vote for him, despite how the lamestream media tried to spin the headlines yesterday. [125]


Liberal denial in a dilemma: for nearly a decade liberals have denied that a terminally ill Fidel Castro died in a Cuban hospital, but Obama is going to Cuba so why isn't he meeting with Fidel? [126] Perhaps Obama doesn't want to be humiliated by the communist hoax?


A Constitutional scholar has now accepted the challenge by talk-show host Mark Levin to a debate on whether Ted Cruz is, or is not, a natural born citizen within the meaning of Article II, Section 1, Clause 5 of the Constitution. [127]


"White House: Obama Will Not Attend Justice Scalia's Funeral." [128] Is that because of Obama's Religion?


Did someone in the government deliberately cause the deaths of LeVoy Finicum and, lately, Justice Antonin Scalia? If they did, releasing evidence afterward might have been a veiled threat to the people. [129]


"Trump: Obama's criticism is a 'compliment' ... 'This man has done such a bad job — he has set us back so far — for him to say that is actually a great compliment,'" Trump said. [130] Is Obama jealous of Trump?

  • Trump had said last week he didn’t think the pope “understands the danger of the open border we have with Mexico.” [131]

The recent GOP debate drew 4 times as many viewers as the politically correct Saturday Night Live. [132]


Donald Trump takes a commanding 17-point lead for the South Carolina primary this Saturday, in post-debate polling. [133]


Moral relativism is always dangerous, but not more so than for Israel. That sort of thing had plagued Israel since before its War for Independence. [134]


Church of England criticized for its prayer for new atheist Richard Dawkins, who suffered a stroke. The Church of England replied that Dawkins himself criticized theaters for censoring a commercial having the Lord's Prayer. [135] See also: New Atheism leaders and unhealthy lifestyles


Maybe Alexander Hamilton had the right idea for nominating Presidents: have independent, uncommitted electors elect him. [136]


Republican Senators to the lame duck, discredited Obama: don't even bother nominating anyone for the Supreme Court vacancy, because he's not going to be confirmed. The next president will replace Justice Antonin Scalia.


With great sadness we announce that Conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has left us for The Lord at age 79. [137] Reportedly he died of natural causes at the resort Cibolo Creek Ranch in West Texas.


Give it up, liberal unions: Republicans just overrode the West Virginia Dem governor's veto, making it the 26th right-to-work state.


Bernie Sanders criticized Barack Obama on the issue of race during Thursday's debate, which will cost Sanders with Dem primary voters outside of all-white New Hampshire.


Demand for a Nobel Prize -- not for Obama this time -- but for a claim that a fleeting "chirp" in an experiment was caused by never-seen-before gravity waves from alleged black holes more than a billion light-years away. The Nobel committee properly rejected a similar demand in 1920 for Arthur Eddington's claim of proving General Relativity, but the committee is more liberal and less scientific today.


Even the left-leaning New Yorker magazine now admits "Why Donald Trump Is Such a Formidable Politician." [138]


Those few people who actually watched the Super Bowl actually caught a commercial that provoked controversy – for a commercial message hinting at pro-life sympathy even where the company might never had intended it. [139]


Donald Trump carried the New Hampshire Republican Party primary. And by so doing he confirmed Conservapedia's own thesis: Professor values and other warped values from the university system lead one to embrace liberal politics. Which is why Trump led among those who had not had university education – or rather, university indoctrination. [140]


Conservapedia stumps new atheist Richard Dawkins and his fans on Twitter.[141]


Europeans are hoarding cash as fear about the economy grows, and the "hoarding is not limited to financially troubled countries." [142]


Once again: Ted Cruz is not Constitutionally eligible to the office of President. The meaning of Emmerich de Vattel's Law of Nations is incontrovertible. [143]


Conservapedia proven right: 2.5 million people did "unplug the NFL" for Super Subsidy 50 compared with last year, and this year's audience even failed to attain the viewership of the lopsided game two years ago, despite media hype that predicted record ratings this year. [144]


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