GOP Presidential race

Trump, says Covert, is "no small-government Republican." But isn't small government a 'Conservative value?" Are Conservatives, many of whom profess to be Christian, allowed and encouraged to be bigoted - to be racist, sexist, homophobic, anti-Semitic and Islamophobic?
They're not exactly what you'd call a solid voting bloc.
A whopping 95 percent of the TV ad spending in the Republican presidential race has come from outside groups and Super PACs
The very first issue on Ben Carson's campaign website states, "I am unabashedly and entirely pro-life." This coming from an African-American, the line sounds even more appealing to conservatives since it seems to buck the standard political equation -- black, liberal, and Democrat.
When it comes to women's bodies, science education and climate change, Christian Americana's God is still in the big house, still a flat earther and still a raging sexist.
Jeb has frontally acknowledged the family name problem by loudly declaring that he's not his brother or father. One is the very thing that appears to be his political ball and chain: his name, Bush. In politics, as in life, name identification is everything -- both good and bad.
"We've got a lot of people looking at the race," he said in September. "We'll see what happens." According to the Journal
Elise Foley and Sam Stein talk about Mitt Romney's outlook going into Super Tuesday.
GOP presidential contenders Rick Perry and Newt Gingrich, GOP strategist Karl Rove, and a few other GOP stalwarts loudly claim that the Bain issue is a potential presidential game loser for presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney.