A conservative group's ad thanking Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) for his efforts to defund the Affordable Care Act is set to air this week during the televised broadcast of multiple National Football League games.
As the old saying goes, "you are judged by the company you keep," and one Virginia businessman has decided he cannot work with golfer Jeff Cochran because of laudatory remarks he made about Glenn Beck and Ted Cruz. In e-mails obtained...Show More Summary
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), the Senate’s leading critic of the Affordable Care Act, denounced a vote Thursday to prohibit filibusters against appellate court nominees as a scheme to save the health law.“The heart of...
CNN host Chris Cuomo grilled Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) on New Day Wednesday morning, challenging him to move beyond criticism of the Affordable Care Act and offer substantive solutions for the people he claimed were being negatively impacted by the bill—a confrontation Cruz did not appear to appreciate.
During an interview with Newsmax over the weekend, Senator Ted Cruz addressed the issue of impeachment and whether the way he believes President Obama flagrantly ignores the law is grounds for impeachment. Steve Malzberg pushed Cruz on the issue, and Cruz did not endorse the idea, but did say both the House and Senate will have to "render judgment" if and when the time comes.
America is at a critical, perhaps historic, turning point. There is potential now for a catastrophic failure of ObamaCare, which means a catastrophic failure for the last Kennedy, Barack Obama, and for left's American governance. Potentially we say...
Fox News host Chris Wallace interviewed Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) at The Atlantic‘s Washington Ideas Forum on Thursday, and the senator gave the crowd a laugh when he claimed he never wanted a government shutdown.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) believes that when his critics attack, they're not just going after him, but also taking on "the American people." Following his lively conversation with Jay Leno last Friday, the senator attended an "exclusive, top secret" dinner in Los Angeles, where he shared those thoughts with the conservative website Politichicks.
Appearing on Fox News Channel on Wednesday, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said that it is clear from the results of the Affordable Care Act’s implementation that the law will not work as written. He said that it is past time for a bipartisan group of legislators to scrap President Barack Obama’s achievement and to “start over” on health care reform.
Barack Obama’s signature legislative achievement has become a laughing stock. On NBC’s Tonight Show Friday, the audience broke out into cheers and applause when Senator Ted Cruz (R-Tx.) told host Jay Leno, “ObamaCare: it's the biggest jobs killer in this country”... -
Sen. Ted Cruz made his first late-night TV appearance on Friday, discussing his growing national profile and reiterating his disapproval of the Obama administration's Affordable Care Act. No sooner had Cruz, 42, sat down on the couch on NBC's "The Tonight Show with Jay Len …
Senator Ted Cruz made his late night debut on The Tonight Show Friday, joining Jay Leno for a conversation about everything from Cruz's crusade against Obamacare to the political consequences of the government shutdown. Leno poked and prodded Cruz for basically causing the shutdown and over a number of tactics and policy positions that Leno couldn't quite understand.
As the New York Times detailed over the weekend, and as The Week's Matt Lewis predicted in July, a rivalry is brewing between Tea Party favorites Rand Paul and Ted Cruz. Each side is badmouthing the other, saying its rival is unelectable in the 2016 presidential race. Show More Summary
“Mr. President, if you like your website, you can keep your website.” - Sen. Ted Cruz A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote -
President Obama spoke in Dallas, Texas tonight to promote Obamacare in Ted Cruz's backyard. Obama defended the health care law from critics, pushed for Texas to embrace portions of the law as other Republican-run state have, and insisted that "We're on the right side of history" in the health care fight.