Jeb Bush

New Hampshire

New Hampshire Not About Who Will Win But By How Much

With just hours before New Hampshire voters show up at the polls to declare their presidential preference, the question on everyone’s mind isn’t so much who is going to win. It’s by how much they do win. Late polling by a slew of pollsters focused on the Granite State have Donald Trump winning the Republican primary and Bernie Sanders the Democratic. That much hasn’t changed…


Bush Hints At Female VP Choice

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush went for the early headlines going into December by suggesting that he may select a woman to be his running mate for the 2016 election. If he were to win, that is. “Should I be elected president, I would have my vice president — I think she will be a great partner,” Bush said at a campaign stop in Waterloo,…


GOP Debate

GOP Debate Filled With Anger, Issues

The Republican candidates were angry about many things during this debate, including the debate itself. The third Republican presidential debate could likely be summed up with one word: anger. Candidates on stage expressed outrage at a number of issues, ranging from the frontrunners — who some thought did not deserve to be in the White House, being called out for missing Senate votes, the media…


Rubio Is Gaining Steam

Marco Rubio, kept out of the presidential conversation this summer with the juggernaut of Donald Trump and the upstarts of Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina, has been looking for a way to wedge into the national picture as the viable Republican candidate. Stuck behind Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker during the early discussion and unable to break free from Jeb Bush’s shadow in Florida – not…


Jeb! “I admire John Boehner greatly”

It looks like it might be the mutual appreciation society between outgoing Speaker of the House John Boehner and GOP Presidential candidate Jeb Bush. Back in 2014 Speaker John Boehner told Jay Leno that Jeb would make a ‘great President.’ Now yesterday on Fox News Sunday, Jeb returned the favor and talked about how he admired John Boehner greatly. “I admire John Boehner greatly,” Bush…


GOP Debate: Winners and Losers

Two debates, 14 candidates (one was not invited and one dropped out) and four combined hours. After the dust settled on a whirlwind evening of accusations, jabs, and a few jokes, it is time to look back and see who benefited the most from last night’s GOP debate, who suffered, and who’s performance still remains a question mark. Winners Carly Fiorina When the former-Hewitt-Packard CEO…


Real Debate Happens When Trump Goes Silent

With 11 candidates on stage at the Republican presidential debate it was going to be hard for anyone to get a word in edgewise with the outspoken Donald Trump taking the center. And early on, it seemed the only way the debate could happen is if it was between newcomer Carly Fiorina and the frontrunner Trump. But, as the debate ran on a strange thing…


Carly Fiorina Out Duels Trump In Early Portion of GOP Debate

Fiorina was able to make headway into Trumpmania during the GOP Debate in California, besting the businessman with a few zingers of her own. With 11 candidates on stage at the Republican presidential debate it was the newcomer to the show that out did the frontrunner on Wednesday night. Carly Fiorina, the former CEO and only female GOP candidate, took Donald Trump to task with…


Stephen Colbert Debuts New Late Night Show With Jeb Bush

Colbert’s new program will feature many political figures, such as Bush, Bernie Sanders and others. Tonight’s Late Show with Stephen Colbert will have the familiar, and unfamiliar, for those who will follow the Comedy Central star over to network television. Gone is “Stephen Colbert,” the character who took on the Bill O’Reilly-esque stances of late night television, mocking conservatives by being a caricature of one….


Trump as Speaker

Donald Trump Quote of the Day: September 1

Yet another weak hit by a candidate with a failing campaign. Will Jeb sink as low in the polls as the others who have gone after me? — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 1, 2015