Except that Nevada, like many other states, keeps electing them back to Congress. Until we the people change, we get exactly as we deserve.
 May 25, 2016 at 3:24pm
He’s from Nevada and has announced his retirement when his term ends.
 May 20, 2016 at 3:09pm
Is it the Blaze’s responsibility to report what happens or to to find and spin positive stories for tRump.
I would think if tRump wants to have all positive stories in the press about him and those associated with him, it would be on tRump and his campaign
Not on those that report the news.
 May 20, 2016 at 3:02pm
Is your sphincter alway so tight, or do you just not appreciate a sense oh humor…..
May 20, 2016 at 2:57pm
In the immortal words of Forest Gump, ” Stupid is as Stupid does!”….,
 May 18, 2016 at 11:33pm
I just counted the number of tRump related stories on the Blaze right now, 26.
I had it at 27 first but decided I couldn’t count the one about the guy getting a “dick” transplant. Even though tRump definitely falls into that category, ultimately the story wasn’t about tRump.
At least it seems the Blaze is trying to be impartial.
 May 18, 2016 at 11:21pm
Is it harder to read the Internet that far north?
Have you counted the number of tRump related stories on the Blaze on any given day. It’s tRump all day everyday and more of the stories have a positive spin than don’t.
Beck my not like tRump, but he doesn’t use the Blaze to trash him they just report what tRump is doing and let him trash himself.
On the other hand Breitbart is all in for the tRump, never a negative story from them, I suppose tRump must have paid them off or bought into the site, but they are so painfully in the bag for tRump. One can’t believe a word they write about being a “News” site their just a big opinion site that’s it.
May 6, 2016 at 9:53pm
America PLAYED yet again!
Lie, lies an more lies, politicians think your STUPID America and it doesn’t matter if there is a D or an R after their name they just think we’re stupid and gullible, plain and simple!
Who’s to argue with that look who the presumptive nominees are…….
 May 5, 2016 at 7:37pm
So If I hear what your saying correctly principles don’t mean a thing to you, only that there is an R after the persons name.
Character doesn’t matter, principle doesn’t matter, lying doesn’t matter,immorality doesn’t matter, progressivism doesn’t matter, honesty doesn’t matter, belittling of others doesn’t matter, attacks on the families of those running for the office that you want doesn’t matter,
What matters is the R, tRump has the R, Hillary has the D, but one could switch the letters and tRump would fit right in to Hillary’s platform and she could step right into tRumps, for the most part.
But by all means vote the R, or maybe it’s a small “r” like the one in democrat…..
That is the general idea. For some, the only 2 principles aree winning (at all costs) and money. Unfortunate the number good Dem guys/gals is even smaller than the good GOP guys/gals.
I chose and voted for a WINNER to kick Republican butt. I can handle any vagaries submitted by others and isolated characteristics or incidents I may not like.
What matters is his experience and qualifications to try and turn this country around from the morass and theft by government of the people, government and theft by Obamas, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera.
I am totally satisfied with my principles and my choice.
If you don't like it do your own thing. I would say sit on it but I'm nicer than that.
Texasgranny73, His experience in bankruptcy is world famous, but then that was an isolated incident, and anyway no one got hurt.
@deanbob - don't forget to include Cruz in that winning at all costs and money speech of yours. After all, he was willing to ignore actual voters in order to win. And while in Private Practice, he chose to represent big money corporations that paid top dollar to have him try and get them out of legal trouble because they stole from americans, lied and withheld information in liability lawsuits and trashed whistleblowers that were trying to follow the law. But hey, it was Cruz so lets just forgive and forget right?
Cruz followed the law and the constitutuion (when it applied) in every instance. and yes he will fight those in washington that have contributed to the morass in washington. he being one of many moguls that gave the left lots of money to continue screwing america. but hey he says make america great again so he must be the right so I can finally get the hope and change I bought into last time.
It matters - but if you hold them all to it like you're doing to Trump - then there would be absolutely no one running. The others are just professional politicians. They're good at hiding it from blokes like you & me. With Trump, we know what we have. His agenda is not hidden in political legal-ease.
venrooy said "his agenda is not hidden in political legalease." No, the problem is, Trump doesn't have an agenda other than saying stuff he knows is going to appeal to the lowest common denominator in people. I'd rather not vote at all and then complain about how all of you forced his non-agenda agenda on us.
Even if you believe he has a "non-agenda agenda" - that's still a thousand times better than the agenda you'll get with Hillary.
@Noddy - Bankruptcy is a legal and viable way for a business to restructure. Had the federal government allowed the automakers (GM/Chrysler) to file BK prior to bailing them out, the taxpayers would have saved billions. Instead, they now own those companies and GM filed BK anyway. Trump employs thousands of people. He has had many successful companies. He does have character and his business associates can trust him to do what he says he will do. Can you say that of Hillary? Obama? Ryan? Are you looking for him to be a church leader or be able to bring our country back from economic collapse? Your hypocritical tirade has grown old. Cruz had no respect for the amercan voter. He, like Ryan, Romney, and the other elites - think it's okay to do whatever it takes to dismiss the millions of voters that came out for Trump. That is NOT representing the people. So get off your high horse and stop talking about principles - if you had principles, you would respect the fact that millions more people voted for Trump than any other candidate on the Republican side. You would know that he is far better than anything Hillary or Bernie claim to be and you would realize that you might be pleasantly surprised.
In your infinite wisdom please tell us how we can explain to our children and grandchildren that they have to live in a 3rd World Socialist Country because you had principles and elected Hillary in 2016 and she continued the 28 years of US destruction – appointed 3 Liberal Justices to the SC and oversaw the demise of the 1st and 2nd Amendment. The tape will be over our mouth, Religion will be gone and we will only have rocks and sticks to defend ourselves. I hope you have a good answer because I can’t come up with something, that makes any sense, to tell my kids.
 May 5, 2016 at 6:47pm
By where the campaign goes for funding, tRump is not going to fund the general election campaign. He needs cash and lots of it, $Billion or more, no matter what he tells you he didn’t fund his primary run. He loaned the campaign money which he expect it to pay him back. That isn’t self funding and there is no way he has the funds to loan the campaign a Billion dollars.
So the money guy goes looking for donations and lots of them, if Soros donates you can bet it’s quid pro qow.
Policy will be effected by who donates the big dollars.
April 30, 2016 at 1:42pm
That would be “Wee Wee”
 April 30, 2016 at 11:47am
Was his bottle of bourbon half full or half empty when he made those statements?
Did you know that Trump gets his tan tips from "Boner"?? They both look like two legged walking Cheetos.
April 24, 2016 at 12:42pm
So what party is Hanity registered in? He claims not to be a republican, but wants to tell the RNC how to run individual state party’s no less. That sure doesn’t smack of conservatism,it’s very apparent he wants what’s best for Trump. His demeanor and tone with Cruz is polar opposite of how he is with Trump.
Don’t claim to be impartial hen your not, airtime doesn’t equate to fairness
 April 24, 2016 at 11:42am
Hanity loves to tell everyone he’s so fair he’s given Cruz more airtime, etc., etc.
However when you watch and listen to his tone and demeanor when asking questions and interviewing Trump, compared to how he speaks with Cruz. The difference is obvious, having someone on to berate or chastise is much different than the softball question lobbed to Trump.
The hubris Hanity has in knocking the delegate aquastion process by the various states is amazing. As a state delegate in my home state I was elected by a go up of 90 people in my neighborhood caucus, pretty grassroots. Anyone could come and run anyone could vote if they were a registered Republican.
By the way Hanity likes to let everyone know he is NOT a republican but a registered independent, so he couldn’t even vote in the New York primary. But has the never to tell all the states how they should change their systems.
To garner change you do it within the system not WHINE ABOUT IT AFTER YOU LOSE!
I can tell you are a Cruise supporter. You repeatedly wrote "Hanity".
By the way, I'm playing wichoo. I know it is Cruz not Cruise.
April 13, 2016 at 4:36pm
That would be too big of a paycut for Kelly and it’s not nearly high profile enough for her.
She’ll get $15 million + a year on a contract renewal at Fox, if she stays there.
She’ll be out pacing O’Riely in the ratings game soon.
It’s more likely Fox wants to push Trump on all its programs and needs Kelly to comply with Roger Ales wishes. I see a large bonus coming her way, just wonder who’s footing the bill.
[-1] April 11, 2016 at 2:48pm
It’s called Management!
[-9] April 1, 2016 at 5:57pm
Where do I go to get the rules of “who’s a journalist” it must be an amazing list. Are you in charge of deciding who is or isn’t?
How do you get that job? Does someone count up ones comment post, then decide, this one knows!
NLIO made an opinionated statement, then backed it up with a legitimate list of decent journalists, adding another list of names that counteracted, yet confirmed their point, and ended with a heavy opinion which boosted a future debate possibility, then added that little cherry on top.
Then look how you responded, I think (IMO) that is why you received those negative thumbs.
[-4] April 1, 2016 at 5:53pm
You wouldn’t know a journalist if one bit you on the ass, but that would be news!
[-1] April 1, 2016 at 5:44pm
It helps if your brain is large than a pea, then her humor is quite amusing, unlike your lame attempt to bash a successful anchor that doesn’t see things with Tump-goggles on.
 March 25, 2016 at 2:04pm
“By hiring political operatives that know the convention process”
Trump using his money to buy votes, ends justify the means, the great deal maker.
Never what’s best for the country with Trump only what’s best for Trump.