As the main competition to GOP front runner Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz is always on the prowl for whatever political edge he may use to swing the Republican electorate his way. As reported by Michael Warren of the usually right-leaning The Weekly Standard news portal on Apr. 25, 2016, Team Cruz is vetting a well known former candidate as a possible running mate for the Canadian-born Cubano. But as it turns out, the would-be bottom of the ticket does come with a certain amount of baggage the party base may not exactly warm to. Continue reading “Ted Cruz vetting Carly ‘Islam greatest civilization ever’ Fiorina for Veep”
As the old saying goes, it’s better late than never. That particular adage may apply to the handful of conservative-leaning national news outlets picking up on Carly Fiorina’s 2001 speech to Hewlett-Packard in which she claimed the Islamic World from the centuries spanning 800 – 1600 was “a civilization that was the greatest in the world.”
Former CEO and Chairwoman of the Board of Hewlett-Packard, Carly Fiorina, may still be hearing the fading echoes of the praise heaped upon her by network pundits and GOP party insiders after her being informally declared the winner of the lower-tier Republican candidates debate last Aug. 6, 2015. In the wake of the nationally televised debate, the gushing of television personalities and happily spilled ink from establishment Republican stalwarts certainly gave the impression that Fiorina has become the new darling of the conservative movement.
Possible 2016 Republican presidential candidate and former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina hammered environmental activists for being the prime reason the Golden State is still suffering from a years long super-drought. As reported by Brietbart.com on April 7, 2015, Fiorina placed the blame for the H20 shortage not on Mother Nature, but more on the probable readers of Mother Jones.