Talk about a document dump. In a message on his website, Jeb Bush writes: “Today, I’m releasing 33 years of tax returns – more than any presidential candidate in history.”
In response to the chorus of critics who attacked her after she announced she was pregnant, Bristol Palin posted a follow up blog post titled “My Little Blessing,” affirming her strong pro-life beliefs and clarifying some of the misrepresentations being made about her.
Perry himself is absolutely confident that his record and message will prove to be a winning combination in the minds of voters, telling Breitbart News, “I’ll be on the debate stage. I’m a lot more interested in what we’re going to say on the debate stage than whether I’m going to be there. I’ll be there.”
Looking just at these most recent numbers, if we are going to select the top ten candidates — the cutoff to participate in the debate under the current rules — we will end up with sixteen candidates who can legitimately claim to be in the “top ten,” due to the number of ties.
“It’s hell and high water, that you’re going through,” goes the chorus of Alex Harvey and T. Graham Brown’s 1986 country hit, and that certainly was the experience for hundreds of Central Texas families during the devastating floods last month. Hundreds
The Gawker article denigrates Bristol for ignoring that “she has any choice in the matter,” as the pro-abortion left likes to characterize their view of what Christians like the Palins believe is murder of an innocent unborn child.
Minnesota has been a fairly reliable state for the Democrats in Presidential years, and has not given its electoral votes to a Republican since voting for Richard Nixon in 1972. With Clinton reaching Wendy Davis-depths of unpopularity, however, Minnesota might not just be in play, but winnable for the eventual Republican nominee.
In Part III of our exclusive interview with Rick Perry, he shares his thoughts about Texas’ successful criminal justice reforms, his philosophy on the Tenth Amendment and how he would encourage more innovation and freedom for the states, and the special role his wife Anita will play in his campaign.
In an exclusive interview with Breitbart News, Perry shared his perspective on how this campaign differs from his 2012 attempt, why he believes that his record stacks up favorably against any of his competitors, what he believes will be a major challenge for former Gov. Jeb Bush (R-FL), his thoughts on the abuses at the VA, and a special memory he shared about time he spent with Breitbart News founder, the late Andrew Breitbart.
“I always like to preface all of this with, I’m a free trader, I’m for selling American products everywhere,” said Perry. “I’m a very strong proponent of economic development and trade. America can compete with anybody in the world…you give us a level playing field, and American workers will compete anywhere in the world. And we make good products, and our agricultural products are the best in the world.”
One challenge several candidates will face as they try to maintain their positions or move up in the polls is favorability ratings. A number of the Republican candidates may be near the ceiling of their potential support because of high negativity ratings, especially for those who have high name recognition; the voters have already made up their minds.
Breitbart News was able to contact the FEC Wednesday morning and get some clarification of why its online database shows a listing for Scott Walker.
Scott Walker is a common name. We can’t confirm that the Wisconsin Governor filed this paperwork. But we do know that at least one man named “Scott Walker” will bid to be your next president.
Ending what might have been the least-mysterious mystery of the 2016 election cycle, on Monday Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush endorsed his father, former Gov. Jeb Bush (R-FL), for President.
As Bush introduced his “wonderful mom,” Barbara Bush, he was interrupted by protesters who were lined up near the back of the crowd. Taking off their jackets, the protesters — over twenty of them all in the same row — revealed bright neon yellow T-shirts that read “LEGAL STATUS IS NOT ENOUGH.”
As former Gov. Jeb Bush (R-FL) kicked off his presidential campaign in Miami, Florida, his ties to Hispanics were prominently featured.
Monday morning, Rubio posted on his Twitter account a tweet welcoming “my friend @JebBush” into the race. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) also sent out a statement welcoming Bush into the race.
Bush will officially launch his campaign at 3:00 pm ET at Miami Dade College.
After the logo was posted, many commented on the omission of Bush’s last name, and wondering about the use of the exclamation point. “Jeb” is not Bush’s legal name, instead being a nickname formed from his initials: John Ellis Bush.
The Iowa Straw Poll had been a popular event for Republican activists in Iowa since 1979. It features music, food, and a fair-like atmosphere. It was a major fundraiser for the state Republican party, which would sell thousands of tickets, and a chance for presidential candidates to establish themselves as early frontrunners or for underdogs to gain traction.
Among likely Republican voters in Florida, 30 percent preferred Bush, 24 percent Rubio, then there was a sharp drop off to a list of candidates in the single digits.
The paperwork to designate Jeb 2016, Inc. as the principal campaign committee for Bush has not yet been filed with the FEC, according to a search of the FEC’s online records performed by Breitbart News on Tuesday afternoon.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) may be laughing all the way to the bank, after a New York Times hit piece on him backfired spectacularly.
Former Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX) is well-known for his proud Texas swagger, but the launch of his presidential campaign was an all-American affair, featuring military heroes and even an American flag that was too big to fit in an airplane hangar.
ADDISON, Texas — Shortly before former Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX) announced he was running for President, Breitbart Texas interviewed Taya Kyle, the widow of Chris Kyle, Navy SEAL and author of American Sniper. Kyle was in Addison to show her