Jan 04, 2016

'Outsider' Cruz has rocketed his way in - Houston Chronicle

A year ago, Ted Cruz was branded a "wacko bird" among Senate Republicans, a quarrelsome figure with few friends beyond tea party voters in Texas who sent him to Washington. With less than a month before voters start to weigh in on the Republican presidential nomination, Cruz now is locked in a two-man contest with Trump for the insurgent wing of the party. Unlike the "flavor-of-the-month"...

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