Originally Published: March 26, 2015 6 a.m.
HOLLYWOOD - God Bless America, and how's everybody?
The Supreme Court upheld Wisconsin's voter ID law Monday, requiring government-issued IDs at the polls to prevent illegal immigrants from voting. It's a must. Two years ago Romney and Obama ran second and third in Arizona behind the write-in candidate, The Most Interesting Man in the World.
GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz hit the ground running Tuesday as he set out to convince Republicans that he could win the general election. The first day he shrewdly released a campaign video in Spanish. He'll never get enough votes if he doesn't reach out to the people he's trying to deport.
Republicans cited a Harvard Law Review opinion that would allow Senator Ted Cruz to serve as U.S. president even though he was born in Canada to a Cuban father. The opinion has precedent. It is based on a 1961 Hawaiian birth certificate that looks like it was thrown together last night at Kinko's.
Hillary Clinton appeared at a forum in Washington sponsored by the liberal-leaning Center for American Progress Monday where she spoke about the problem of income inequality. She gets three hundred grand per speech. Democrats believe it's okay to be rich as long as you just feel awful about it.
Israel spied on the U.S.-Iran nuclear talks and gave the intel to House Republicans. The White House learned of Israel's spying on the U.S.-Iran talks by spying on Israel. The White House wouldn't spy on Israel but they're registered as a conservative non-profit so the NSA and IRS are all over them.
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