Ted Cruz Politics
God Isn't Fixing This: N.Y. Daily News Slams "Coward" Politicians
The New York Daily News' cover in the wake of yesterday's San Bernardino, Calif., massacre is both provocative and highly political. By design.
The publication calls out those it feels could do something to end the plague of gun violence, but instead revert to useless platitudes, time after time.
Ted Cruz OBLITERATES CNBC For Biased GOP Debate Questions
Ellen Page Confronts Ted Cruz Over Gay Rights: WATCH!
Ted Cruz Apologizes for Ill-Timed Joe Biden Joke
13 Awkward Photos of People Who May Be the Next President
Mitt Romney may have lost the 2012 Presidential Election to Barack Obama, but the Republican hopeful did at least treat Americans to one of the most awkward moments in nominee history.
Seriously, go back and watch Romney's rendition of America the Beautiful.
TedCruz.com Supports President Obama, Immigration Reform
Taylor Swift is apparently smarter than Ted Cruz.
Earlier this week, the singer purchased a series of porn websites because she didn't want anyone else to control X-rated domains with her name in them.
Ted Cruz Announces 2016 Presidential Candidacy
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) has become the first candidate to officially announce that he'll be running for president in 2016.
Ted Cruz Reads Green Eggs & Ham on Senate Floor During Obamacare Faux Filibuster
In a marathon speech on the floor of the Senate, Ted Cruz (R-TX) is determined to at least make America listen to his crusade against Obamacare.
With a brief interlude for a bedtime story for his daughters.
Bill O'Reilly Rips Chris Matthews For Ted Cruz "Black Irish" Comment
Bill O'Reilly ripped both Chris Matthews and MSNBC on Thursday after Matthews dubiously remarked that Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) has a "black Irish look."
Matthews used the term, which refers to Irish people with dark features, while railing against Cruz ... and Pat Buchanan, Joseph McCarthy and O'Reilly.
Ted Cruz Mulling 2016 Presidential Bid
Considered by many to be a rising conservative star after just a few months in the Senate, Ted Cruz (R-TX) is reportedly mulling a presidential bid.
Friends of the senator say that he’s been listening to enthusiastic supporters and discussing the 2016 election and a possible campaign with associates.