Jeb: ‘Not Sure’ Boots on the Ground ‘Necessary’ Vs ISIS

Screenshot Republican presidential candidate and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush stated that he would take military advice “very seriously” and use special forces to fight ISIS, but that he wasn’t sure if boots on the ground were “necessary” at Monday’s Voters First Presidential Forum in New Hampshire. Jeb said, “I would take the advice of the military very seriously. We need a strategy first, this president — two times has admitted that we don’t have a strategy as it relates to ISIS, pretty amazing. I think we need special forces. The idea of boots on the ground, I’m not sure that’s necessary, but special forces, embedding our troops and our trainers…with the Syrian Free Army, training them, at a much faster rate. We’ve spent a half a billion dollars to have 60 people ready to go. I mean, this is absurd, if this is a serious effort, then we need to treat it

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Rand: GOP Could Win Indy Vote With Criminal Justice Reform

Screenshot Kentucky Senator and Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul argued that if the GOP embraced criminal justice reform “we’ll win the Independent vote again, and win” at Monday’s Voters First Presidential Forum in New Hampshire. Rand stated, “I’m a different kind of Republican. I think we need a new GOP. I’m a Republican who actually is leading Hillary Clinton in five states won by President Obama. Why? Because I have going places Republicans haven’t been in years. I’ve been to Detroit, Chicago, Philadelphia, Ferguson, with a message that liberty, low taxes will help poverty, will help joblessness. And that a low tax, a low, flat rate, will bring jobs back. And that if we get rid of the regulations America will be great again. And I think this message is resonating. I’ve also been for criminal justice reform. I think we’ve way — we’ve locked up way too many poor kids, and

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Sarah Palin on Donald Trump: ‘Thank God That He’s Running’

AP Photo/Craig Ruttle Sarah Palin herself joined the Palin Update with Kevin Scholla radio program this week responding to 2016 Presidential candidate Donald Trump’s glowing statements about the former Alaska governor made on the show just last week that went viral within hours.

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Politico: Breitbart News Article from Sarah Palin Shows ‘Smart Politics’ of Donald Trump Alliance

<> on May 31, 2011 in New York City. Daniel Strauss at Politico says that Donald Trump’s embrace of Sarah Palin and her passionate fan base, including readers of Breitbart News, is smart politics.

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Fiorina: Thatcher Wasn’t Content to Manage Decline, Neither Am I

Screenshot Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina channeled former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher at Monday’s Voters First Presidential Forum in New Hampshire. Fiorina stated, “I started out as a secretary in a little nine person real estate firm. I went on to lead the largest technology country in the world, and now I’m running for the presidency of the United States. My story is only possible in America. But our nation is at a pivotal time. Whatever your issue or cause or festering problem that you hope would be resolved, the political class has let you down. Margaret Thatcher once said, ‘I am not content to manage the decline of a great nation.’ Neither am I. We need a president who understands the economy, the world, how it works, who’s in it, bureaucracy, how to hold them accountable, cut them down to size, technology. I have a proven track record of challenging the

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Rubio: Immigration Can’t Be Fixed With ‘Comprehensive’ Bill

Screenshot Florida Senator and Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio argued the immigration system “cannot be fixed in one massive comprehensive piece of legislation” at Monday’s Voters First Presidential Forum in New Hampshire. Rubio said that the immigration system, “it cannot be fixed in one massive comprehensive piece of legislation. There is only one way forward, and it will require three steps, and they have to happen in the following sequence. First, we have to prove to the American people that illegal immigration is under control. It’s not good enough to just say, ‘We’re going to pass a law that will bring it under control.’ People demand to see it. They want to see the fence. They want to see more border agents. They want to see more drones and cameras and ground sensors. But they also recognize that over 40% of the people in this country illegally entered legally, and overstayed

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