Iowa has turned the Republican Presidential contest into a virtual three man race. When you compare Ted Cruz and Donald Trump to Marco Rubio, it is not a difficult decision for people who care about integrity, honor, family values, our nation's security and the future of our children.
Even as a former Bush Ambassador, my wife and our entire family are wholeheartedly endorsing Senator Marco Rubio for President. We have lived in New Hampshire on and off for 30+ years and we are working actively for Marco here. There are many reasons for this, including the fact that Marco is the GOP candidate most likely to defeat Hillary or Bernie. Marco is the only GOP candidate who consistently leads both Democrats in the polls.
If you don't think that winning matters, please remember the decisions the Supreme Court has made recently. A number of Supreme Court justices will retire soon. The next president will be appointing ALL of their replacements. Nominating a GOP candidate who will win in November is critically important. more >>
While President Barack Obama spoke out against the "inexcusable political rhetoric against Muslim-Americans" during his first visit to a mosque on Wednesday, Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio slammed Obama's suggestion that Muslims are being uniquely discriminated against.
Obama visited the Islamic Society of Baltimore to deliver a speech against what he sees as the problematic treatment of American Muslims, and said:
"Let me say as clearly as I can as president of the United States: you fit right here." more >>
The Reverend Franklin Graham took to social media to applaud the results of the Republican Iowa Caucus, declaring that #Christianvotesmatter.
Earlier this week, U.S. Senator Ted Cruz upset billionaire real estate mogul Donald Trump in the Iowa caucus, largely due to the evangelical Christian turnout.
In a Facebook message posted Tuesday, the head of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association focused less on who won or lost the caucus and more on the born again Christian presence. more >>
WASHINGTON — With religious minorities being killed and persecuted around the globe at an unprecedented rate, members of the U.S. Congress will soon be graded on their engagement in promoting legislation designed to bolster America's protection of international religious freedom.
In a Tuesday press conference at the National Press Club, the 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative (21CWI) and former Rep. Frank Wolf, R-Va., introduced the International Religious Freedom Congressional Scorecard initiative.
With 21CWI set to release its mid-term congressional religious freedom scorecard in June, America's federal lawmakers will be graded on an 'A' through 'F' scale on how actively and adamantly they fight to protect the religious freedoms abroad. more >>
Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump now wants a do-over of the Iowa caucuses or a nullification of the results for rival, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz due to alleged "fraud."
"Based on the fraud committed by Senator Ted Cruz during the Iowa Caucus, either a new election should take place or Cruz results nullified," Trump declared in a tweet Wednesday morning.
Trump accused Cruz on Tuesday of damaging the campaign of retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson by spreading misinformation about the candidate's future plans. more >>
A top U.S. general slammed proposals by politicians, such as Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz, to "carpet bomb" the Islamic State terror group, by insisting that the American military does not indiscriminately kill innocents.
"Indiscriminate bombing where we don't care if we are killing innocents or combatants is just inconsistent with our values," Army Lt. Gen. Sean MacFarland, who directs the coalition fighting IS in Iraq and Syria, told CNN on Tuesday.
MacFarland added that at a news conference from his Baghdad headquarters that the United States has "a set of guiding principles and those affect the way we, as professional soldiers, airmen, sailors marines conduct ourselves on the battlefield." more >>