This week, Texas Republican and probable presidential hopeful Sen. Ted Cruz addressed the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) -- and his opening remark showed how far the US-Israel relationship has become a partisan football in American politics. "So there's not a single Democrat here," he said to wild cheers. Show More Summary
Hannity can't tolerate people who question Ted Cruz's citizenship -- unless they're "Hannity" regular Donald Trump!
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas used a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday to rail against the party establishment, calling himself a “disruptive app” like Uber that would upend the political system.Show More Summary
In this week's edition of "Policlips Now," we're highlighting the best political clips you may have missed while you were working. Whether it was Sen. Ted Cruz's (R-Texas) crude Bill Clinton joke during CPAC, or a senator throwing a snowball on the Senate floor, we're rewinding the must-see happenings in politics. Watch the video above.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) voiced support for the right of states to pursue their own marijuana policies on Thursday, speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference in National Harbor, Maryland. At the annual gathering of conservative...Show More Summary
Ted Cruz, CPAC’s favorite travelling salesman, was back and selling his favorite product: himself.
Two very different GOP presidential hopefuls sat for two very different question and answer sessions in the 1 p.m. hour at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) just outside Washington, D.C., this afternoon.
Probable presidential candidate Texas Senator Ted Cruz did his best to claim the mantle of Ronald Reagan at CPAC on Thursday with a fiery speech about how he was not all talk, but all action. But things got really interesting at the end of his talk and then the q&a session afterwards. In the...
Ted Cruz wants to position himself as the real fighter in the party. And how has his "fighting" worked out?
"God bless CPAC!" Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said as he took the stage at the annual conservative convention Thursday afternoon. Noting that no Democrats were in attendance, he joked, "It's almost like CPAC invited Benjamin Netanyahu to speak." He then said CPAC could have had Hillary Clinton at the conference but "couldn't find a foreign nation to foot the bill."
WASHINGTON -- For weeks, conservatives have been pushing their Republican colleagues to use any means necessary to leverage Department of Homeland Security funding to kill President Barack Obama's executive actions on immigration. They've...Show More Summary
Sen. Ted Cruz has accused President Barack Obama of “counterfeiting immigration documents” in order to make it possible for undocumented immigrants to work inside the U.S. Cruz made his remarks to Fox News late Tuesday after a federal judge put a hold on the president’s executive order to stop the...
Senator Ted Cruz appeared on Fox News tonight and told Megyn Kelly he doesn't like how President Obama appears to sound like "an apologist" for radical terrorist groups.
There are few members of Congress more opposed to using government funds to boost the economy than Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas). As a candidate in 2011, he blasted President Barack Obama's job creation agenda as "yet another rehash of the...Show More Summary
Tea Party darling Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) introduced an anti-same-sex marriage bill that would strip federal marriage benefits from same-sex couples living in states where only mixed-gender marriages are recognized. According to David Badash at the New Civil Rights Movement, Cruz’s State...
As a politician, Ted Cruz, the junior Republican senator from Texas, has championed tort reform—the nationwide effort pushed by conservatives and business interests to restrict malpractice and other wrongful injury and death lawsuits, limiting how much a jury can award a harmed individual for pain and suffering and in punitive damages. Show More Summary