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General Election: Trump vs. Clinton

Polling Data

Poll Date Sample MoE
Clinton (D)
Trump (R)
Spread
RCP Average 7/5 – 7/20 44.0 41.3 Clinton +2.7
Rasmussen Reports 7/18 – 7/19 1000 LV 3.0 42 43 Trump +1
Reuters/Ipsos 7/16 – 7/20 1232 RV 3.2 40 36 Clinton +4
LA Times/USC 7/14 – 7/20 2050 LV 43 43 Tie
Economist/YouGov 7/15 – 7/17 925 RV 4.5 45 41 Clinton +4
NBC News/SurveyMonkey 7/11 – 7/17 9436 RV 1.4 46 45 Clinton +1
CNN/ORC 7/13 – 7/16 872 RV 3.5 49 42 Clinton +7
ABC News/Wash Post 7/11 – 7/14 816 RV 4.0 47 43 Clinton +4
NBC News/Wall St. Jrnl 7/9 – 7/13 1000 RV 3.1 46 41 Clinton +5
CBS News/NY Times 7/8 – 7/12 1358 RV 3.0 40 40 Tie
McClatchy/Marist 7/5 – 7/9 1053 RV 3.0 42 39 Clinton +3

All General Election: Trump vs. Clinton Polling Data

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2016/president/us/general_election_trump_vs_clinton-5491.html

Polling Data

Poll Date Sample MoE
Clinton (D)
Trump (R)
Johnson (L)
Spread
RCP Average 7/5 – 7/17 40.6 37.4 8.9 Clinton +3.2
Economist/YouGov* 7/15 – 7/17 925 RV 4.5 40 37 5 Clinton +3
NBC News/SurveyMonkey* 7/11 – 7/17 9436 RV 1.4 39 40 10 Trump +1
Monmouth* 7/14 – 7/16 688 LV 3.7 45 43 5 Clinton +2
CNN/ORC* 7/13 – 7/16 872 RV 3.5 42 37 13 Clinton +5
ABC News/Wash Post* 7/11 – 7/14 816 RV 4.0 42 38 8 Clinton +4
NBC News/Wall St. Jrnl* 7/9 – 7/13 1000 RV 3.1 41 35 11 Clinton +6
CBS News/NY Times 7/8 – 7/12 1358 RV 3.0 36 36 12 Tie
Associated Press-GfK* 7/7 – 7/11 837 RV 40 36 6 Clinton +4
McClatchy/Marist* 7/5 – 7/9 1053 RV 3.0 40 35 10 Clinton +5

All General Election: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson Polling Data

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2016/president/us/general_election_trump_vs_clinton_vs_johnson-5949.html

Party Affiliation

Trend: Party affiliation in U.S. plus leaners

Trend: Party affiliation in U.S. plus leaners

Trend: Party affiliation in U.S. plus leaners

Trend: Party affiliation in U.S. plus leaners

http://www.gallup.com/poll/15370/party-affiliation.aspx

Story 1: Cruz’s Great Unifying Speech “Vote Your Conscience” —

Trump’s Trap: Trump’s New York Delegates Shout Endorse Trump! 

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 Ted Cruz’s entire Republican National Convention speech

Eric Trump: Ted Cruz Committed Political Suicide With RNC Speech

Trump: Ted Cruz’s Dad Helped Kill Kennedy

Donald Trump Ties Ted Cruz’s Father To JFK Assassination | MSNBC

Ted Cruz’s father Rafael Cruz, buddy of Lee Harvey Oswald

That guy is not Cruz, he has long been known by JFK researchers – he’s Charles Hall Steele, Jr. Oswald hired him to help him leaflet that day (i think the story was he found him in an employment office if i remember correctly). Steele was a FBI informant it turns out. So you can redo your video and put in info about Steele. I’m not denying Cruz might have been the guy in the OTHER leafleting video but this is NOT him in this scene, so stop spreading false info.

Ted Cruz responds after Donald Trump attacks his father

Ted Cruz Addresses Texas Delegation Breakfast FULL 7/21/16

Story 2: Gingrich Spins

Newt Gingrich FULL Speech RNC GOP Convention , Trump Best for Constitution – July 20, 2016

Story 3: Ingraham Tells It Like It Is

Laura Ingraham. Speech at RNC. July 20, 2016. RNC 2016. Cleveland, Ohio .

Story 4: Mike Pence Accepts — Videos

Watch Vice Presidential nominee Mike Pence’s full speech at the 2016 Republican National Convention

Eric Trump FANTASTIC Speech at Republican National Convention (7-20-16) Eric Trump RNC Speech

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker Speech at Republican National Convention (7-20-16) RNC Speech

Col. Eileen Collins Speech at Republican National Convention (7-20-16) Eileen Collins RNC Speech

Donald Trump makes dramatic Entrance in Cleveland for Day 3 of RNC

Donald Trump’s Plane Interrupts Ted Cruz Speech At RNC rally in Cleveland

Bill O’Reilly Donald Trump’s Not the One Acting Like a Nazi, His Critics Are!

Bill Whittle & Stefan Molyneux On Donald Trump & The Liberal Mainstream Media

Donald Trump, Fascism, and Racism with Jeffrey Tucker

Jeffrey Tucker on The Left/Right Paradigm: “We Should Hold out a Principled Position”

What is the State, and what does it do? — Jeffrey Tucker

The New World of Breaking Bad — Jeffrey Tucker

Economics of Non-Scarce Resources — Jeffrey Tucker

What Libertarians Should Do — Jeffrey Tucker

What Donald Trump told FreedomFest libertarian convention, Las Vegas July ’15

Our Enemy the State!

MATRIX – Red Pill Blue Pill, CHOICE [BEST]

Here’s The Full Text Of The Ted Cruz Speech At The RNC

He congratulated Trump on winning the nomination, and didn’t mention him again.

Ryan Grim

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz declined to endorse Donald Trump during his speech at theRepublican National Convention Wednesday night.

Instead, he offered a paean to freedom and the Constitution, along with an indictment of President Barack Obama and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. It was confirmation that Cruz has his gaze set squarely on the 2020 presidential election.

Under pressure to endorse Trump, Cruz added a line to his speech upon delivery that inched closer to it, but still stopped short, saying, “I want to see the principles that our party stands for prevail in November.” Left conspicuously unsaid is whether Trump stands for those principles.

Here’s the full text of his speech, as it was prepared for delivery, provided by the RNC:

Thank you. Heidi and I are honored to join you here in Cleveland, where Lebron James just led an incredible comeback victory. I’m convinced America is going to come back too.

I congratulate Donald Trump on winning the nomination last night.

Conventions are times of excitement. But given the events of the last few weeks, I hope you’ll allow me a moment to talk to you about what’s really at stake.

Just two weeks ago, a nine-year-old girl named Caroline was having a carefree Texas summer – swimming in the pool, playing with friends, doing all the things a happy child might do.

Like most children, she took for granted the love she received from her mom, Heidi, and her dad, a police sergeant named Michael Smith. That is, until he became one of the five police officers gunned down in Dallas.

The day her father was murdered, Caroline gave him a hug and kiss as he left for work. But as they parted, her dad asked her something he hadn’t asked before:

“What if this is the last time you ever kiss or hug me?’”

Later, as she thought of her fallen father, and that last heartbreaking hug, Caroline broke down in tears. How could anything ever be OK again?

Michael Smith was a former Army ranger who spent three decades with the Dallas Police Department. I have no idea who he voted for in the last election, or what he thought about this one. But his life was a testament to devotion. He protected the very protestors who mocked him because he loved his country and his fellow man. His work gave new meaning to that line from literature, “To die of love is to live by it.”

As I thought about what I wanted to say tonight, Michael Smith’s story weighed on my heart. Maybe that’s because his daughter, Caroline, is about the same age as my eldest daughter and happens to share the same name. Maybe it’s because I saw a video of that dear, sweet child choking back sobs as she remembered her daddy’s last question to her. Maybe it’s because we live in a world where so many others have had their lives destroyed by evil, in places like Orlando and Paris and Nice and Baton Rouge. Maybe it is because of the simple question itself:

What if this, right now, is our last time? Our last moment to do something for our families and our country?

Did we live up to our values? Did we do all we could?

That’s really what elections should be about. That’s why you and millions like you devoted so much time and sacrifice to this campaign.

We’re fighting, not for one particular candidate or one campaign, but because each of us wants to be able to tell our kids and grandkids, our own Carolines, that we did our best for their future, and for our country.

America is more than just a land mass between two oceans. America is an idea, a simple yet powerful idea: freedom matters.

For much of human history, government power has been the unavoidable constant in life – government decrees, and the people obey.

Not here. We have no king or queen. No dictator. We the People constrain government.

Our nation is exceptional because it was built on the five most powerful words in the English language: I want to be free.

Never has that message been more needed than today.

We stand here tonight a nation divided. Partisan rancor, anger, even hatred are tearing America apart.

And citizens are furious—rightly furious—at a political establishment that cynically breaks its promises and ignores the will of the people.

We have to do better. We owe our fallen heroes more than that.

Of course, Obama and Clinton will tell you that they also care about our children’s future. And I want to believe them. But there is a profound difference in our two parties’ visions for the future.

Theirs is the party that thinks ISIS is a “JV team,” that responds to the death of Americans at Benghazi by asking, “What difference does it make?” That thinks it’s possible to make a deal with Iran, which celebrates as holidays “Death to America Day” and “Death to Israel Day.”

My friends, this is madness.

President Obama is a man who does everything backwards – he wants to close Guantanamo Bay and open up our borders, he exports jobs and imports terrorists.

Enough is enough.

There is a better vision for our future: A return to freedom.

On education, your freedom to choose your child’s education, even if you aren’t as rich as Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama.

On healthcare, your freedom to choose your own doctor, without Obamacare.

On taxes, your freedom to provide for your family without the IRS beating down your door.

The Internet? Keep it free from taxes, free from regulation. And don’t give it away to Russia and China.

Freedom means free speech, not politically correct safe spaces.

Freedom means religious freedom, whether you are Christian or Jew, Muslim or atheist. Gay or straight, the Bill of Rights protects the rights of all of us to live according to our conscience.

Freedom means the right to keep and bear arms, and protect your family.

Freedom means Supreme Court Justices who don’t dictate policy, but instead follow the Constitution.

And freedom means recognizing that our Constitution allows states to choose policies that reflect local values. Colorado may decide something different than Texas. New York different than Iowa. Diversity. That’s the way it’s supposed to be. If not, what’s the point of having states to begin with?

Hillary Clinton believes government should make virtually every choice in your life. Education, healthcare, marriage, speech – all dictated out of Washington.

But something powerful is happening. We’ve seen it in both parties. We’ve seen it in the United Kingdom’s unprecedented Brexit vote to leave the European Union.

Voters are overwhelmingly rejecting big government. That’s a profound victory.

People are fed up with politicians who don’t listen to them, fed up with a corrupt system that benefits the elites, instead of working men and women.

We deserve an immigration system that puts America first. And yes, builds a wall to keep us safe.

That stops admitting ISIS terrorists as refugees.

We deserve trade policies that put the interests of American farmers and manufacturing jobs over the global interests funding the lobbyists.

And if we choose freedom, our future will be brighter.

Freedom will bring back jobs, raise wages.

Freedom will lift people out of dependency, to the dignity of work.

We can do this. 47 years ago today, America put a man on the moon. That’s the power of freedom.

Our party was founded to defeat slavery. Abraham Lincoln, the first Republican president, signed the Emancipation Proclamation.

We passed the Civil Rights Act, and fought to eliminate Jim Crow laws.

Those were fights for freedom, and so is this.

Sergeant Michael Smith stood up to protect our freedom.

So do our soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines fighting radical Islamic terrorism.

So did the family of Alton Sterling, who bravely called to end the violence.

So did the families of those murdered at the Charleston Emanuel AME church, who forgave that hateful, bigoted murderer.

And so can we.

We deserve leaders who stand for principle. Unite us all behind shared values. Cast aside anger for love. That is the standard we should expect, from everybody.

And to those listening, please, don’t stay home in November. Stand, and speak, and vote your conscience, vote for candidates up and down the ticket who you trust to defend our freedom and to be faithful to the Constitution.

It’s love of freedom that has allowed millions to achieve their dreams. Like my Mom, the first in her family to go to college, and my Dad, who fled prison and torture in Cuba, coming to Texas with just $100 sewn into his underwear.

And it is love that I hope will bring comfort to a grieving 9-year-old girl in Dallas – and, God willing, propel her to move forward, and dream, and soar . . . and make her daddy proud.

We must make the most of our moment – to fight for freedom, to protect our God-given rights, even of those with whom we don’t agree, so that when we are old and gray . . . and our work is done . . . and we give those we love one final kiss goodbye . . . we will be able to say, “Freedom matters, and I was part of something beautiful.”

Thank you. And may God bless the United States of America.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/ted-cruz-speech-full-text_us_579020dfe4b0bdddc4d320b0

 

Cruz accepts Trump‘s invitation to speak at GOP convention

MICHAEL FINNEGAN

Ted Cruz agreed Thursday to Donald Trump’s request that he speak at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, but stopped short of endorsing the former rival who defeated him in the presidential primaries.

The Texas senator, who once branded the New York businessman a “pathological liar” when Trump linked Cruz’s father to the assassination of President Kennedy, told reporters that his meeting with Trump in Washington on Thursday was “positive and productive.”

“There was no discussion of any endorsement,” Cruz said.

A Cruz spokeswoman said Trump had asked the senator for his advice on future judicial nominations, and Cruz agreed “to do everything he can to help ensure principled constitutionalists on the courts.”

Cruz’s agreement to speak at the convention, which starts July 18, comes as Trump is struggling to unite the party behind his candidacy.

http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-na-trailguide-updates-cruz-accepts-trump-s-invitation-to-1467926124-htmlstory.html

Ted Cruz To Donald Trump: I Don’t Care If You Don’t Invite Me To Speak At The Convention

Donald Trump is a bully. Like most bullies when pushed back, he folds like a cheap tent. He tried to bully Paul Ryan into supporting him, saying he might remove him as convention chair. Ryan said, “Go for it” and the next thing you know, Trump wanted a meeting.

Now Trump is engaging in the same kind of nonsense with Ted Cruz as well as John Kasich. Trump told The New York Times he wouldn’t invite Senator Cruz or Governor Kasich to speak at the convention unless they endorsed him.

The response from Cruz and Kasich? Go for it:

Ted Cruz and John Kasich have a message for Donald J. Trump: They don’t care if they are not invited to speak at his convention.

That is fine, both said on Monday. A spokeswoman for Mr. Cruz, Catherine Frazier, said the Texas senator did not have any expectation about receiving a speaking slot. A spokesman for Mr. Kasich, the governor of Ohio, was similarly indifferent.

“We have not sought nor are we expecting a speaking slot at the convention,” said the spokesman, Chris Schrimpf.

Kasich said he has more important things to worry about:

Mr. Kasich’s spokesman said the governor plans to be “in and around” Cleveland that week. But he has no plans to be involved in anything that has to do with Mr. Trump.

Instead, he will attend “events focusing on keeping the Republican majorities in Congress and winning races down ballot,” Mr. Schrimpf said.

Trump did this to himself. Instead of running a campaign during the primary that elevated the debate, he decided tearing down other Republicans was the better way to go. Like a Democrat, he lied about records and engaged in the worst kind of conspiracy theories about President Bush.

Now the chickens are coming home to roost:

If Mr. Cruz and Mr. Kasich never set foot in the convention hall, they would hardly be the only Republicans staying away. Other governors, senators, members of Congress and senior party officials are skipping, too. Even some delegates are renouncing their roles.

Add to the prominent potential absences a difficulty in meeting fund-raising goals and snubs by several major corporate sponsors like Apple and Coca-Cola. Mr. Trump is running out of time to achieve his goal of a show that goes off without a hitch. It begins in three weeks.

That’s all on Donald. As I said, he did it to himself.

http://www.redstate.com/jaycaruso/2016/06/28/ted-cruz-donald-trump-dont-care-dont-invite-speak-convention/

To Discredit the Two-Party System, Vote Your Conscience

Jeffrey Tucker

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jeffrey A. Tucker
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Tucker at the 2013 FreedomFest in Las Vegas, Nevada
Born Jeffrey Albert Tucker
December 19, 1963 (age 52)
Fresno, California
Residence Auburn, Alabama, United States
Nationality American
Occupation Author, CEO, publisher
Religion Roman Catholicism
Website jeffreytucker.me

Jeffrey Albert Tucker (born December 19, 1963) is an American economics writer of the Austrian School, an advocate of anarcho-capitalism and Bitcoin, a publisher of libertarian books, a conference speaker, and an internet entrepreneur.

As of 2016, he is Chief Liberty Officer (CLO) of Liberty.me[1] and Director for Digital Development of the Foundation for Economic Education.[2] Tucker is also an adjunct scholar with the Mackinac Center for Public Policy[3]and an Acton Institute associate.[4]

Early life and education

A son of the Texas historian Albert Briggs Tucker and Roberta Janeice (Robertson) Tucker, Jeffrey Albert Tucker was born in Fresno, California in 1963.[5]

He studied economics as an undergraduate at Texas Tech University and Howard Payne University,[6] where he first encountered the literature of the Austrian School. He later enrolled as a graduate student in economics at George Mason University.

Career

Writer and editor

While studying at George Mason, Tucker attended a journalism program in Washington, D.C., where he became a volunteer at the Washington office of the Ludwig von Mises Institute.[7]

In the late 1980s, he went to work for Ron Paul,[7] as an assistant to editor Lew Rockwell, a co-founder of the Mises Institute, who produced political and investment newsletters on behalf of the former congressman.[8][9][10] In 2008, when criticism arose about Paul newsletters from the late 1980s and early 1990s for rhetoric they contained regarding blacks and gays, Reason magazine asked Tucker about the controversy, and he declined to comment.[9]

From 1997 to 2011 Tucker worked for the Mises Institute as editorial vice president and editor for the institute’s website, Mises.org. From 1999 to 2011 he also contributed scholarly efforts and humorous essays to LewRockwell.com.[7]

In late 2011 he was hired by Addison Wiggin as publisher and executive editor of Laissez Faire Books,[11][12] and worked in that capacity until 2016. He remains a contributor to LFB.

Tucker was appointed a Distinguished Fellow of the Foundation for Economic Education in 2013,[13] speaking at FEE’s seminars and writing for its publication The Freeman. As of 2016, he was FEE’s Director of Digital Development.[2][14]

Bitcoin advocacy

In 2013, Tucker began writing about the information-based cryptocurrency Bitcoin.[15] He has been interviewed on the subject by Reason,[16] Forbes,[17] Fox Business Channel,[18] and RT.[19] Tucker’s 2015 book Bit by Bit is devoted to Bitcoin and other products of the “information economy”.

Speaker

Tucker has appeared as a speaker at numerous conferences on Bitcoin,[20][21] Austrian school economics, and libertarianism,[22] including events of the Free State Project and the 2016 Libertarian Party national convention.

Social media

In 2013, Tucker founded and became the CEO (under the title “Chief Liberty Officer”) of Liberty.me, a “social network and online publishing platform for the liberty minded”, which launched a successful Indiegogo fundraising campaign in 2013 and began operation in 2014.[1]

Personal life

Formerly a Southern Baptist, Tucker is a convert[23] to traditionalist Catholicism[24] and is managing editor of the Church Music Association of America journal Sacred Music.[25][26] From 2013 to 2015, he edited CMAA’s website New Liturgical Movement.

Published works

Books in English

  • Henry Hazlitt: Giant For Liberty (with Llewellyn H. Rockwell and Murray N. Rothbard, 1994, Ludwig von Mises Institute, ISBN 978-0945466161): an annotated bibliography of the works of Henry Hazlitt. A Foundation for Economic Education review described the book, which “includes citations of a novel, works on literary criticism, treatises on economics and moral philosophy, several edited volumes, some 16 other books and many chapters in books, plus articles, commentaries, and reviews,” as “an apt eulogy of Henry Hazlitt.”[27]
  • Sing Like a Catholic (2009, Church Music Association of America, ISBN 978-1607437222): essays on church music
  • Bourbon for Breakfast: Living Outside the Statist Quo (2010, Ludwig von Mises Institute, ISBN 978-1933550893)
  • It’s a Jetsons World: Private Miracles and Public Crimes (2011, Ludwig von Mises Institute, ISBN 978-1610161947)
  • Hack Your Shower Head: and 10 Other Ways to Get Big Government out of Your Home (2012, Laissez Faire Books, ISBN 978-1621290636)
  • A Beautiful Anarchy: How to Create Your Own Civilization in the Digital Age (2012, Laissez Faire Books, ISBN 978-1621290414): on the effects of small business regulation
  • Liberty.me: Freedom Is a Do-It-Yourself Project (2014, Liberty.me, ISBN 978-1630690328)
  • Bit by Bit: How P2P is Freeing the World (2015, e-book)
  • Advice for Young, Unemployed Workers (2015, pamphlet, Foundation for Economic Education, ISBN 978-1572460393)

In translation

Four of Tucker’s books have been published in Spanish translations, including the following:[28]

In periodicals

He has written for, among others, Journal of Libertarian Studies, The Wall Street Journal, The Journal of Commerce, National Review, The Freeman, Catholic World Report, Crisis, Sacred Music, Newsweek, and Chronicles.

See also

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeffrey_Tucker

 

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