Jeb, desperate to stop Trump, endorses Ted Cruz, who in the day after the Brussels terror attack, proposed that cops “patrol and secure Muslim neighborhoods before they become radicalized.” So which is the divisive candidate? Via Vox.
The many missed clues in the ISIS attack in Brussels — coming 4 1/2 months after the Paris attacks – show not only the depth of the problem facing Europe, but also the failure of the Belgian security forces in dealing with violent Islamist radicals. Via The Washington Post.
Behind the photo
The story behind the iconic photo of the victim of the Brussels airport bombing. Via Time.
As siblings are once again at the center of a terrorist attack, experts wonder why so many brothers are so often involved. Via The New York Times.
If you’re among those hoping that the #neverTrumpists have figured out a way how to stop the Donald, Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report has some bad news.
The National Review wants to know why John Kasich is still in the race and why more people aren’t calling him out for it.
If a Clinton-Trump presidential battle turns into a street fight, as many expect, Hillary can’t take the battle to a paneled academic conference room as she did at Stanford when calling out Trump and Cruz for their remarks after the ISIS attack in Brussels. Via Michael Tomasky at The Daily Beast.
On the other hand, Clinton was a lot tougher on Trump than Paul Ryan who couldn’t bring himself to mention the Donald’s name. Via The Atlantic.
The New York Times comes to Hotchkiss to see how a Colorado coal town, facing hard times, may be set to give legal pot a second chance.
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