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Rick Perry: Planned Parenthood ‘Profits Off the Tragedy of a Destroyed Human Life’

“The video showing a Planned Parenthood employee selling the body parts of aborted children is a disturbing reminder of the organization’s penchant for profiting off the tragedy of a destroyed human life,” said Perry in a statement provided to Breitbart News. “It is because of stories like this that I signed legislation defunding Planned Parenthood in the state of Texas – to protect human life and the health and safety of Texans.”

Florida Lt. Gov. Carlos López-Cantera Will Run For Rubio’s Senate Seat

López-Cantera, Florida’s first Hispanic Lieutenant Governor, previously served in the Florida House of Representatives from 2004 until term limited out in 2012. During his time in the Legislature, he was Majority Whip and then Majority Leader. In 2012, he was elected Property Appraiser of Miami-Dade County.

Rick Perry: Hillary Clinton Will Have to Answer for Her Role in Iran Deal

The 159-page deal drops all financial and economic sanctions against Iran, and imposes a special dispute resolution process before the United States or European Union can impose any new sanctions. Iran agreed to limits on its nuclear enrichment activities for eight years, its stockpile of enriched uranium, and its research and development efforts.

Marco Rubio

Rubio Slams Iran Deal, Says Obama ‘Negotiated from a Position of Weakness’

As Breitbart News reported, world leaders announced the deal from Vienna on Tuesday. The 159-page deal drops all financial and economic sanctions against Iran, and imposes a special dispute resolution process before the United States or European Union can impose any new sanctions. Iran agreed to limits on its nuclear enrichment activities for eight years, its stockpile of enriched uranium, and its research and development efforts.

Texas Could Be Kingmaker in 2016 GOP Primary

This year, however, Texas will join eleven other states on a “Super Tuesday” primary on March 1. With fifteen-and-counting Republicans in the race, the chances that the field would significantly narrow with just the first four states are very low. “Texas is the reddest of the red states, and unfortunately, in previous cycles our primary hasn’t mattered much,” Texas GOP chairman Tom Mechler told the Morning News, sharing his satisfaction that in 2016, Texas Republicans would “have a say in who is the next Republican nominee for president.”

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Hillary Clinton Blames GOP for Everything in Economic Speech

What she didn’t say: Many Americans have dropped out of the labor force during the Obama presidency, and even those still working have seen wages stagnate or their full-time jobs turn into part-time. Even Clinton’s Democratic competitor, Bernie Sanders, has recognized that the “true” unemployment rate is far higher than the figures pushed by the Obama administration, due to those who have given up looking for work.

And Then There Were 15: Scott Walker Joins the Race

Walker takes a swing at some of his opponents. “In the Republican field, there are some who are good fighters, but they haven’t won those battles, and there are others who have won elections but they haven’t consistently taken on the big fights.”

Rick Perry

Rick Perry’s First Month of Fundraising Yields Solid Numbers

In a statement provided to Breitbart News, Perry campaign manager Jeff Miller touted the collective fundraising efforts. “Americans are looking for a tested leader with an optimistic vision for the future, and we are pleased with the broad support Gov. Perry is receiving across the country,” said Miller. “Governor Perry is well positioned and between the campaign and independent sources, the necessary funds will be in place to run a competitive, successful campaign.”

Marco Rubio

SuperPACs Backing Marco Rubio Raise Almost $32 Million

Rubio’s official campaign has not released its fundraising totals yet. Sources close to the campaign told Breitbart News that they would release numbers soon and expressed confidence that the campaign would have the resources needed to be competitive.

Perry to Trump: ‘You Might Want to Take a Trip Down to Texas’

Perry cited the additional personnel he had sent to the border as part of a surge operation last summer, and noted that these efforts resulted in a 74 percent decrease in apprehensions as fewer people dared try to cross. “Those are real results, not just rhetoric,” said Perry, who added that he knows that “securing the border is going to take a lot more than just building a wall,” including “personnel on the ground, aviation assets, quick response teams.”


MS-13 Gang Members Indicted in Maryland Murder Plots Were In US Illegally

A federal grand jury indicted Aldair Garcia-Miranda, 21, Selvin Raymundo Salazar, 23, and Raul Ernesto Landaverde-Giron, 25, accusing them of being members of the La Mara Salvatrucha gang, also known as MS-13, and for allegedly taking part in several murders, attempted murders, and other extortion and racketeering activities. Two are not U.S. citizens or have any other legal resident status or work permits.


Three Alleged Members of Violent El Salvadoran Gang Indicted for Maryland Murder Plots

MS-13 is an international criminal gang composed primarily of immigrants or descendants from El Salvador, and is active in multiple areas throughout the United States, Mexico, Central America, and Canada. Breitbart News contacted the U.S. Attorney’s Office to inquire about the immigration status of the defendants but had not received a response at the time of publication.

Marco Rubio responds to Rand Paul Twitter fight over Cuba

NY Times Quotes Communist Propaganda to Attack Rubio as Cuba’s ‘Least Favorite Son’

In an article originally titled, “Little Affinity for Marco Rubio in Cuba Despite Family Roots” (later changed to “Marco Rubio Is Hardly a Hero in Cuba. He Likes That” without explanation), Times reporter Jason Horowitz writes that “the first Cuban-American to have a plausible chance to become president of the United States is the island’s least favorite son.”

Hillary Clinton Can’t Even Be Honest About Ice Cream

Now that we have settled the absolutely critical question of Hillary Clinton’s favorite flavor of ice cream, perhaps now the press can ask some questions about her email server or Benghazi or something. That is, if she ever lets them get past the rope line.

Rick Perry: GOP Has Ignored Black Vote for Too Long

“When it comes to race, America is a better and more tolerant and more welcoming place than it has ever been. So why is it that even today, so many black families feel left behind?” asked Perry, noting that African-Americans continued to economically lag behind other Americans. Democrats have long had the opportunity to govern in African-American communities. It is time to help black families hold them accountable for the results.

Marco Rubio

Rubio Vows to Block Confirmation of U.S. Ambassador to Cuba

President Barack Obama’s administration has aggressively pushed for normalizing relations with the island nation. In April the State Department removed Cuba from the list of State Sponsors of Terrorism, despite ongoing concerns about its support for terrorism and human rights violations. This decision was heavily criticized by both Rubio and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), Rubio’s fellow Republican in the Senate and competitor for the GOP presidential nomination.

Team Perry Plays it Cool and Confident

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.”

GOP Presidential Debate Organizers Facing Mathematical Quandry

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.

Hillary Rodham Clinton

Minnesota: Land of 10,000 Lakes But Few Friends for Hillary Clinton

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.

Exclusive — Rick Perry Warns Jeb Bush ‘Has to be Careful’ About Criticizing Texas

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.

Exclusive — Gov. Perry on Obamatrade: ‘I Don’t Trust This President’

“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.”

Latest PPP Poll: Walker, Bush, Rubio Lead GOP Field

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.

Immigration Protesters Throw Jeb Bush Off His Prepared Remarks

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.”

Iowa GOP Votes to Cancel Straw Poll

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.