Obama's plan for Syrian refugees "would be the height of foolishness," best to leave them in "Muslim countries"
Ted Cruz spoke in Michigan today and said it would be "nothing short of crazy" to bring thousands of Syrian refugees into the United States.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Jeb Bush follows Donald Trump on Twitter but that's a one-way street: Trump mainly follows people with a connection to himself. Ted Cruz's follow list is a big tea party, though he keeps an eye on President Barack Obama, too.
Rand Paul today stood by his comments last week criticizing Ted Cruz for being too aggressive and personal in his attacks on other senators.
Hillary Clinton spoke to the Human Rights Campaign in D.C. yesterday and took shots at both Ben Carson and Ted Cruz for their gay marriage "ridiculousness."
Hillary Clinton put Republican presidential candidates Ted Cruz and Ben Carson on blast earlier today, mocking their stance on LGBT rights. Clinton stood in the grand ballroom at D.C.’s Mayflower Hotel, speaking to the Human Rights Campaign during their annual gathering. Show More Summary
Bobby Jindal is already on record not liking Donald Trump, but today he seems to be picking a fight with another candidate he thinks is desperately trying to leech onto him: Ted Cruz.
If absolutely nothing else, Ted Cruz is a dynamic and deeply unsettling public speaker. Imagine if Ned Flanders suddenly transformed into an apocalyptic televangelist with a burning hatred of Obamacare and a jones for all things Ronald Reagan. Show More Summary
A conservative radio host linked to Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said white people only make racist comments when they see black people. Michael Berry, a former Houston city councilman and the husband of a former Texas secretary of state, told a black caller on his syndicated radio program that white...
Although I find Sen. Ted Cruz’s “lonely man of principle” act as tired as it is phony, I should give the devil his due. Cruz has given Americans exasperated with Washington gridlock hope that Congress can, when sufficiently motivated, find consensus and act. Show More Summary
They're sitting senators, but Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Marco Rubio want you to know that they're not "establishment" -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
There was a time—how often has this sentence been written?—when the Republican Party stood for certain ideas, even if they sometimes contradicted each other: for instance, antipathy toward high marginal tax rates and a belief in balanced budgets. Show More Summary
Cruz was once a director at the Federal Trade Commission. He had a remarkable record of convincing Democrats to vote for conservative principles.
Americans need a good political feud to keep us occupied while Donald Trump concentrates on his tedious beef with Fox News, and on Tuesday second-string candidates Rand Paul and Ted Cruz stepped up to the plate. A day after Cruz was burned by his Senate colleagues over his push for... More »
Rand Paul had some pretty harsh words today for his Senate ally and campaign rival Ted Cruz, saying "he's pretty much done for" legislatively.
A coalition of right-wing donors and activists wants Nebraska to start executing people again. Over the summer, the conservative legislature of Nebraska – led by left-wing lawmaker Ernie Chambers – stunningly voted to end the death penalty, overcoming the veto of the state's Republican governor. Show More Summary
In the 15 episodes Stephen Colbert has been hosting “The Late Show,” he’s already had more than his fair share of presidential candidates on the show—including Bernie Sanders, Jeb Bush, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz.
John Boehner probably isn't the only member of Congress who'd like to curse out Ted Cruz on national television. The senator has been clamoring for another pointless government shutdown, this time over federal funding for Planned Parenthood, but on Monday night the Senate moved to keep the government funded –... More »
John Boehner's departure is bad for a number of serious reasons, but it's also sad for entertainment purposes, as the House speaker was unusually willing to publicly sass members of his own party. Sunday on Face the Nation, Boehner offered a reminder of what we'll be missing when host John... More »
Outgoing Speaker of the House John Boehner (R) ripped into some of his Republican colleagues on Sunday for failing to be realistic about what the party can and cannot do, and took a jab at bombastic Texas Sen. Ted Cruz (R) to make his point. Appearing on Face the Nation, Boehner said he that he had...