Ted Cruz grills Facebook’s Zuckerberg for censoring conservatives

By Calvin Freiburger WASHINGTON, D.C., April 10, 2018 — During Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony before the United States Senate Tuesday, Sen. Ted Cruz grilled the Facebook founder about the social media giant’s alleged pattern of discrimination against conservative voices. Cruz began by asking whether Facebook considers itself a neutral forum, to which Zuckerberg said Facebook views …

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Very important primary looms in Indiana

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. If you want to peruse stories all day long, go directly to nationalrighttolifenews.org and/or follow me on Twitter at twitter.com/daveha. No two ways around it, tomorrow’s GOP presidential primary in Indiana is very important to pro-life Texas Sen. Ted Cruz who is trailing front runner Donald Trump in delegates, 996 …

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Pro-life Indiana Gov. Mike Pence endorses Ted Cruz

By Dave Andrusko Just four days before the crucial Indiana primary, pro-life Gov. Mike Pence today announced his endorsement of pro-life Texas Senator Ted Cruz. The popular governor’s announcement came on Greg Garrison’s radio talk show on 93-WIBC. Over the last week, Gov. Pence met privately with Sen. Cruz, front runner Donald Trump, and Ohio …

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Fiorina selection praised by National Right to Life and Indiana Right to Life PAC

Choice of former CEO is widely praised in pro-life circles By Dave Andrusko Even those pro-abortion reporters (and they are legion) who have little to no use for pro-life Texas Sen. Ted Cruz grudgingly admitted that his announcement yesterday that pro-life former business executive Carly Fiorina would be his vice president, at a minimum, diverted …

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Cruz chooses Fiorina as vice presidential running mate

By Dave Andrusko Following primary losses in five states Tuesday and ahead of next Tuesday’s pivotal race in Indiana, pro-life Texas Senator Ted Cruz today announced that he has selected pro-life former business executive Carly Fiorina to be his vice president. During the GOP presidential debates, Fiorina drew much applause from pro-lifers for her staunch …

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National Right to Life praises Carly Fiorina for Vice President

WASHINGTON — National Right to Life, the federation of state right-to-life organizations, today praised Texas Sen. Ted Cruz’s announcement that former presidential candidate Carly Fiornia would be his running mate if he wins the Republican nomination. “Carly Fiorina has been a strong advocate for life and, with Sen. Cruz, creates a powerful pro-life team to …

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Cruz and Kasich agree: Kasich will not compete in Indiana, Cruz will not compete in New Mexico or Oregon

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. If you want to peruse stories all day long, go directly to nationalrighttolifenews.org and/or follow me on Twitter at twitter.com/daveha Trailing front-runner Donald Trump, who last week said he “absolutely” agreed with changing the GOP’s pro-life platform plank, Texas Senator Ted Cruz and Ohio Governor John Kasich announced over the …

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Leading candidates–Clinton, Cruz, Trump–have extremely low favorability ratings with voters; Cruz’s slightly better than Clinton’s

Cruz close against Clinton, head-to-head By Dave Andrusko The latest NBC News/ Wall Street Journal poll is, as they say, not an outlier. The favorable ratings for Hillary Clinton, Sen. Ted Cruz, and Donald Trump among 1,000 registered voters are stunningly low. For the former Secretary of State, her net favorability rating is a minus 24 …

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Clinton/Sanders debate ahead of New York Primary, Cruz speaks favorably of Marco Rubio as potential vice president

By Dave Andrusko Tonight pro-abortionists Hillary Clinton and Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders will have at it in what is widely expected to be a heated back and forth debate in Brooklyn moderated by CNN. The debate comes five days before the New York presidential primary in which Clinton has a 10+ point lead, according …

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Planned Parenthood attacks Ted Cruz for earning the support of NRLC

By Dave Andrusko Just as we keep close track of the Planned Parenthoods, the NARALs, and the EMILY Lists, our benighted opposition keeps itself up to date about what National Right to Life does. And understandably so. It’s an election year and NRL’s Political Action Committee and Victory Fund are the preeminent forces that makes …

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Cruz crushes Trump in Wisconsin, Sanders defeats Clinton by 13 points

By Dave Andrusko Whether Sen. Ted Cruz’s crushing victory yesterday in Wisconsin’s Republican primary is actually a “turning point, a “pivotal moment,” or results that “fundamentally changed the trajectory of the race,” the universal consensus is that the odds against Donald Trump reaching the magical 1,237 delegates before the July national convention in Cleveland have …

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Today’s Wisconsin primary is first since NRLC votes to support Sen. Ted Cruz

By Dave Andrusko Three months ago–even a month ago–who would have thought that today’s primary results in Wisconsin could play a major role in determining who is the presidential nominee for both the Republican and Democratic parties? I’m guessing pretty much no one. This, of course, illustrates a political truism. No matter how much the …

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