The Ted Cruz campaign has released a new ad criticizing Republican front-runner Donald Trump for using eminent domain to seize an old lady’s property against her wishes. The commercial ends by asking voters to think about what could happen should Trump win the general election: "Trump uses power for personal gain. Imagine the damage he could do as President."
Hillary Clinton’s allies at the Democratic National Committee have pulled out all the stops to ensure she is crowned the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee. Supporters of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders can now cite drastic changes to donation rules instituted by presidential candidate Barack Obama in 2008 as further proof the process is rigged against them.
Pro-Life advocates in Rhode Island are outraged after the state’s most notorious abortionist has been invited as a panelist to a forum and networking reception at Providence College. Providence College is a Roman Catholic institution, a fact that makes the sanctioning of abortionist Pablo Rodriguez’s speech all the more surprising and offensive to Rhode Island pro-life leaders. The Catholic Church takes a strong, uncompromising stance against abortion.
Chocolate has been linked with Valentine's Day for decades, but its connection with love and seduction goes back centuries. Its health attributes also go back centuries: Legend says the Aztec's Montezuma drank honey mixed with chocolate each day to keep up his stamina. Chocolate houses in 17th century London claimed it cured diseases, and Marie Antoinette's chocolate maker used chocolate mixtures to aid digestion and calm nerves.
Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) on Friday raised the possibility that House Republicans could decide not to lay out a budget blueprint this year if the party cannot unite behind a proposal. Ryan told members at a closed-door conference meeting that they could skip the budget process altogether, even as he strongly signaled that it would be the wrong move. “It would be a shame, but the sky won't fall if we don't do a budget,” he said, according to a person in the room.
It's fair to say that Lamborghini has done pretty well under Volkswagen Group ownership. VW's resources have allowed Lambo to develop higher-quality cars, and the larger automaker seems committed to Lamborghini for the long term. But the pre-VW days weren't all bad.