What senator stood up to more than 90 countries, successfully defending U.S. sovereignty before the Supreme Court? Answer.

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Entries in Ted Cruz (4)


Ted Cruz filibuster style speech shakes up a U.S. Senate that needs a shakeup

Photo of Sen. Cruz on Senate floor (Frame grab/C-SPAN)Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) took to the floor of the U.S. Senate on Tuesday to make a long speech—technically not a filibuster—about the perils of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare).

Cruz is the guy the Old Guard loves to hate and Main Street applauds.

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Hope comes from Texas: Cruz victory a bright spot in 2012 Senate, Oval Office outcomes

Photo: U.S. SenateThere weren’t many bright spots for Republicans in the 2012 Senate races and certainly not in the race for the White House. Personally, I didn’t have much hope as far as increasing GOP numbers in the Senate. Why? The candidates. I knew a number of them, including the candidate from my home state of Florida, would not win their seats.

Ah, well, the campaign people and strategists got paid no doubt. There’s that.

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Tea Party supporters help elect another "hispanic" in Texas primary

Ted Cruz spoke at the Red State Gathering in 2011. Anyone who saw him that day had to realize his potential as a future power in the GOP. (Photo: The US Report)Democrats often accuse Tea Party supporters of being racist or "extremist."

Most political junkies know Dems do this out of desperation—the Left always brands the opposition with slurs, insults and rhetoric. The messaging is encouraged by compliant traditional media, most of whom favor big government and collectivism.

Now limited government fans can notch another win on the chalkboard—Ted Cruz, former solicitor general for Texas.

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Candidates Cruz and Perry played pivotal role in protecting US sovereignty

US Senate candidate Ted Cruz has argued a number of cases before the US Supreme Court. In one case, Cruz and his governor Rick Perry literally held US sovereignty in their hands.(Photo: The US Report/Kay B. Day)Did you know that US Senate candidate Ted Cruz and Texas governor Rick Perry played a pivotal role in protecting US sovereignty? Did you know that if Cruz and Perry had refused to fight for our sovereignty, the World Court could have interfered in domestic courts and potentially could overturn any verdict the World Court chose to challenge?

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