I believe it is the democrats and socialists that always marginalize people into groups. Hitler, Stalin, Clinton, LBJ, Carter, Sanders, etc… all shared the common belief that you MUST group people by their religion, race and gender.
 February 7, 2016 at 12:02pm
Neither of Obama’s parents met the 5 years as an adult requirement so the ONLY way he could be a natural born citizen is if he were born on US soil. That is why the birth certificate issue is so important, and why he has sealed all the official records so they can not be looked at.
 February 7, 2016 at 12:00pm
Are you deliberately trying to be misleading? The courts have long held that #1 also applies to mothers. If either parent is a natural born citizen, having lived in the US for 5 or more years as an adult, their offspring is also an American citizen.
these are facts... Reading the Constitution of the United States, I come to ARTICLE I, SECTION VIII, CLAUSE X. Congress shall have the power to define and punish... offences against the Law of Nations.
Maybe I better read the Law of Nations to see what powers Congress has before I go on..
OK I have read the Law of Nations, now to continue with the Constitution. I come to ARTICLE II, SECTION I, CLAUSE V. No person except a "natural born citizen".... shall be eligible to the office of president.
Didn't I just read who was a "natural born citizen" in the Law of Nations? Yes I remember that, BOOK I, CHAPTER 19, ARTICLE 212.
A natural born citizen is one born on the land with both parents as citizens of that nation when he is born.
Knowing what we have just read, why is obama in the White House and why are Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio in this presidential race?
Do some research, you will see I speak the truth.
 February 7, 2016 at 11:55am
We can all make up lies about each others favorite candidate, or distort and exaggerate insignificant points…. but all that will do is allow another party favorite to become President.
I want a candidate that is willing to stand up to BOTH parties and tell them where to go.
We have 3.5 candidates left that can do that… Cruz, Carson, Trump and MAYBE Rubio. We should all be happy with any of the first 3, although each has different strengths and weaknesses. Rubio is more of a question mark, but aside from his failed history on immigration, he has a decent record.
All the others are same ole same ole
The same ole same ole Will Side with Trump then Rubio. What does that tell you? And Carson is history. Sorry, I like him but...
Live Free or Die, 'cause if you're not Free you're Dead already!
Resistance is not futile, Futility is non-resistance!
And that is why I will not vote for Rubio. To me, immigration is the number one priority. And any candidate that allows any type of road to citizenship for law breakers is not looking out for the best interest of the United States, but only looking out for themselves.
Not Carson, he would just sit there, head down, rubbing his hands together and act like McCain or McConnell vs the liberals.
 February 7, 2016 at 11:50am
If you mean 99.9 % of you, yourself then I can’t argue.
I, like many other voters, are keeping an open mind. I do have my favorite, but that has changed a couple of times since this campaign started, and it is possible it will change again.
Fact is, I want a candidate that is willing to stand up to BOTH parties and tell them where to go.
We have 3.5 candidates left that can do that… Cruz, Carson, Trump and MAYBE Rubio. We should all be happy with any of the top 3, although each has different strengths and weaknesses. Rubio is more of a question mark, but aside from his failed history on immigration, he has a decent record.
All the others are same ole same ole
 February 7, 2016 at 11:39am
February 7, 2016 at 11:38am
Trump did not stand there to make Carson feel better. If that were the case, he wouldn’t have continued to stand there after Carson was again called to stage. The obvious problem is that the acoustics were not very good behind the curtain.
February 6, 2016 at 12:27pm
“Democrats bend the truth” Why is that a headline? Seems like running a headline “water is wet”
 February 6, 2016 at 12:20pm
Sorry Ron. Just because someone votes against war doesn’t make the a Libertarian… and just because someone takes a loan from a financial institution and pays it back, doesn’t mean he is “owned” by that financial institution Do you have a mortgage? Does your bank own you?
 February 5, 2016 at 11:35am
Forget all that nonsense in the article. A federal minimum wage is a federal power grab that the Constitution explicitly denies the federal government.
“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people”
Please show me where the Constitution delegates the power of wage setting to the Federal government. It doesn’t, so the 10th amendment prohibits them from doing it.
Minimum wage issues are specifically state decisions.
 February 5, 2016 at 11:25am
Proves the point that if people had any brains at all, democrats would never win an election again.
 February 1, 2016 at 10:16am
Sounds great, but I’m not sure I buy it. No one who supports the Constitution would vote democrat. Dreyfus has supported democrats for a long time.
Democrats that claim to support the Constitution qualify it with two things 1) They support the bill of rights ONLY when they agree with the position. Freedom of speech , religion, press, etc is only applicable to politically condoned speech. 2) They believe in a “living Constitution” which really means that the government can change the definition of your rights as they see fit.
January 31, 2016 at 12:30pm
What we need are moderators that understand what a debate is suppose to be. Perhaps moderators should be trained debaters.
When Cruz called out Chris Wallace for trying to pick fights and attacks, Wallace’s response was horrifying. He said “This IS a debate Ted”… Does Chris Wallace think debates are suppose to be entertainment where on person attacks the other?
A debate is suppose to be a forum where ideas are discussed and debated to demonstrate their merits. A real debate should NEVER have personal attacks. It should be about explaining and defending why one person’s positions are better than opposing positions.
 January 31, 2016 at 12:16pm
Paul, STOP distorting the issue. It makes you sound like a liberal… oh yeah, well right….
Not many people are calling for mass deportations so stop making like that is the “only option” to protecting our borders.
What most people want is to seal the borders to severely restrict any new illegals; for employers that hire illegals to face severe penalties; and to stop giving people that are here illegally unlimited social benefits. If we do that, the problem will resolve itself.
Don't you mean Socialist? Like the bloated government budget that spends more than most nations COMBINED? Liberals are foolish with other peoples money. Ryan is a wise thief, as needed to ease America even further left.
 January 31, 2016 at 12:01pm
” the Wall Street Journal, Politico, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, local newspapers. I do Yahoo News, because I’m on Yahoo,”
Wow, if that doesn’t seal him as a liberal… Anyone that actually thinks Yahoo is real news is too far gone to take seriously. The others aren’t much better.
January 31, 2016 at 11:46am
No surprise. this is right in line with Facebooks hatred of the bill of rights. They want to limit gun sales just like they limit free speech, free press, despise religious freedoms and all of the other guaranteed rights….. unless you agree with their views…..
Editorials from this paper and papers of a similar ilk do indeed let us know who we never will vote for. A cute antic-dote, I once ran for office as a conservative. In knocking on doors, on three separate occasions, I encountered three gentlemen who asked, were you endorsed by the local paper? At my answer of "no" they each invited into their houses to visit. As recently as a month ago, I thought that Kasich’s only possible role would be as Sanders’ VP. Well, I guess not that must be reserved for Rubio or JEB.