Wednesday, March 02, 2016

Larwyn's Linx: The #NeverTrump Crowd Should Get a Life

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The #NeverTrump Crowd Should Get a Life: Roger L. Simon
Trump, Clinton rack up Super Tuesday wins; Cruz keeps foothold: Fox
Trump Admits Times Report, Says Status Of Illegals Is “Negotiable”: Jonathan Levin

The Attack of the Dirt Monster: The Z Man
Trump debuts “Trump 2.0” in victory on Super Tuesday (speech from Florida): Jazz Shaw
Cruz is Stopping Trump. Rubio is Not.: Erick Erickson

The Craziest Political Prediction Article Ever Written: Treehouse
Why We Believe in Ted Cruz. We Were There.: Chip Roy and Brooke Bacak
Fears of Trump as Fascist Echo Similar Warnings Against Ronald Reagan: Ira Stoll

Obama's Empty Judicial Chairs: Sultan Knish
Ted Cruz: The Only Candidate Who's Demonstrated Opposition to the Establishment: EIB
Valley prepares for next wave of Central American children: Mark Wiggins, KVUE

Is White House Getting Inside Info From DOJ?: Keith Koffler
For Trump supporters, a reckoning is at hand: Jonah Goldberg
The 2016 GOP Debate Debacle: Michelle Malkin

Scandal Central

Hillary Emails Betrayed Whereabouts of Murdered Amb. Chris Stevens: Aaron Klein
Border chief to agents objecting to Obama amnesty: ‘Look for another job’: Stephen Dinan
The Secretive, Underground Obama Administration: IBD

George Soros Had White House Meeting With Obama’s ISIS Czar: Brent Scher
Secrets, lies and iPhones: CIA whistleblower reveals Obama’s bizarre secrecy obsession: Andrew O'Hehir
Trump’s Trade Claims Are Ignorant : Benjamin W. Powell


Mark Levin Slams Chris Wallace for Conducting a 'Hit Job' on Ted Cruz: Randy Hall
Charlie Baker’s Blueprint for Trump’s revenge on the GOP Establishment: DTG
I thought you'd be a Trump guy.: Lileks

Lindsey Graham Proposes Rallying Around Ted Cruz: Shoshana Weissmann
When One of the Little People Got the Better of Trump: MB
Should NYT Renounce Carlos Slim? Should Slim Dynasty Renounce Their Fascist Relatives?: Steve Sailer


Muslim Nanny From Hell Parades Through The Streets Of Moscow With Child’s Severed Head: NoisyRm
White House Has Not 'Reached' Determination That ISIS Slaughter of Christians Is Genocide: Susan Jones
Analysis: Iran, ISIS Likely to Unite for WWIII: Hana Levi Julian

Stopping Islamic Immigration Is a Matter of Survival : Geert Wilders
China's Mass Unemployment Wave Begins: Six Million Workers To Get Pink Slips: ZH
SodaStream lays off final Palestinian workers: Jane Onyanga-Omara

Sci-Tech (courtesy BadBlue Tech News)

Hyperloop Is the Perfect Way to Move Goods—Not People: Alissa Walker
Hunt for Intelligent Aliens Should Focus on 'Transit Zone': Mike Wall
The DJI Phantom 4 is a Camera Drone That Can Fly Itself: Michael Zhang


NYC’s first subway was luxurious, pneumatic and built illegally : Keri Blakinger
Mummified sailor found on abandoned yacht: Felipe Araujo
Aston Martin DB11 arrives with 600 horsepower, stunning design: Engadget

Image: Muslim Nanny From Hell Parades Through The Streets Of Moscow With Child’s Severed Head
Today's Larwyn's Linx sponsored by: Help Protect Our Constitution: Ted Cruz for President

QOTD: "Donald Trump comes out of Super Tuesday with the clearest path to the Republican presidential nomination, but the complicated delegate math suggests there's still a decent chance of denying him the delegates needed to become the GOP standard bearer.

To be sure, unless the race changes dramatically, it's very unlikely that Sens. Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Gov. John Kasich or Ben Carson could win the nomination outright. This means that the most plausible path for beating Trump involves a contested convention in which the primaries end without any candidate having secured the required majority of delegates. At a convention, after the first or second round of voting, most delegates become unbound and can vote for any candidate – and it doesn't have to be anybody from the current field of contenders.

But that path largely hinges on Trump losing both Kasich's Ohio and Rubio's Florida. Were that to happen, not only would it become more difficult to rack up and the field remaining crowded enough to prevent Trump from racking up big delegate victory margins." --Philip Klein

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