“Don’t Let It Go…UntoasTED,” Saturday night at 11 p.m. ET (8 p.m. PT)

Ted Cruz, the best candidate who had a shot in 2016, has left the race. We’ll send him off properly in this show. See Program Notes, below, for all the stories, etc., I plan to discuss.

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Program Notes

Cruz for President, “Thank you for everything”

Republican Party Unravels Over Donald Trump’s Takeover

Rand Paul Will Endorse Donald Trump, the Least Libertarian GOP Nominee in Decades


Jonathan Hoenig, “Why Hillary Has My Vote”

Pro-Trump Fox News Drops To #2 For First Time In 14 Years

Trump says he’s open to higher minimum wage, goes after Sanders supporters

Every Industry Gets Worse When Government Gets Involved

An Ayn Rand Acolyte Selling Students a Self-Made Dream


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6 responses to ““Don’t Let It Go…UntoasTED,” Saturday night at 11 p.m. ET (8 p.m. PT)

  1. john clarke

    All things considered trump is probably better than Clinton on the economy. He also is less likely to engage in foreign wars.

    He’s obviously is better than Clinton on immigration . She supports the mass immigration of rapists because they will vote democratic.

    Incidentally the lefts support of Mexican and Islamic immigration shows that they support a war on women

    I was a public defender so I know what I’m talking about.

    So that’s why I will vote for Trump

  2. Re: J. Hoenig

    The public does not learn such political lessons. Observe Clinton, a treasonous career criminal, a presidential candidate who should be in prison. Clearly, the public learned nothing from Obama’s eight years and knows nothing of justice. I highly doubt Ayn Rand would vote for any criminal, especially given the choice of abstaining.

  3. This is who Hoenig is voting for: https://youtu.be/UjK7MsWrffM

    • john clarke

      If he doesn’t want to vote for Trump that’s fine. But to vote for an unapologetic leftist is unconscionable. Does he read about muslims are doing in Europe? Does he care about Clinton s desire to import a rape cult to the USA?

  4. CobraPilot

    You mentioned Ben Sasse on your show. As his constituent, I sent him the following letter in response to his post:

    I just read your Facebook post regarding the state of this presidential election. You in Congress need to pass an emergency law:
    1. All presidential election ballots of 2016 will include a box for/titled “None of the Above”.
    2. If “None of the Above” receives the highest number of votes, none of the other candidates on that ballot can ever run for the office of president again.
    3. If “None of the Above” receives the highest number of votes, an emergency election only for POTUS will take place on the first Tuesday of December 2016.
    4. The Electoral College will only consider the December 2016 Ballot.

    I think you could manage it. Please consider my request.

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