VIDEO----> Ben Carson: I'm In This Race For the Long Haul, I'm Not Going Anywhere....

Ben Carson at Campaign Headquarters in NH today says he's not dropping out...


Ben Carson can stay in the race as long as he wants. There is nothing that says he has to get out.

But the hard truth is, Ben Carson has ZERO path to the Republican nomination. 2 polls OUT TODAY show him at the very bottom in New Hampshire. A UMASS poll released today has Ben Carson in 8th place in NH at 3%, and an ARG poll has him in 8th place in NH at 2% (33 points behind Trump)

What he should do after the New Hampshire Primary Tuesday is drop out of the race rather than keep pretending that (with a few changes) he's headed to the nomination.


 

SUPER BOWL 50: Lowest Price Tickets on Stubhub $2,900



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New Poll From Boston Globe Has Ted Cruz in 5th Place in New Hampshire


Trump still in lead with 29%, big jump from Marco Rubio to his highest numbers ever in New Hampshire at 19%, After winning in Iowa just 4 days ago, Ted Cruz slips to 5th place in this poll from Suffolk/BG, 3 points behind Jeb Bush


newsmax reported
Donald Trump has a 10-point lead among GOP presidential candidates, with Florida Sen. Marco Rubio closing in, a new poll of New Hampshire voters shows.

The Suffolk University/Boston Globe poll released Friday also finds one-third of GOP voters say they could still change their mind by Tuesday's first-in-the-nation primary.
  • Trump: 29 percent
  • Rubio: 19 percent
  • Ohio Gov. John Kasich: 13 percent
  • Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush: 10 percent
  • Sen. Ted Cruz: 7 percent

  • What a difference a caucus makes," David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center at Suffolk University, tells the Globe.

    "By exceeding expectations in Iowa, Marco Rubio is converting likability to electability even more so than Ted Cruz, who, like many conservative Iowa winners of the past like Mike Huckabee and Rick Santorum, can’t seem to convert an Iowa win into a major showing in New Hampshire."


     

    Oklahoma School Displays Sign Warning Staffers Could Be Armed




    Fox News
    OKAY, Okla. -Officials at an Oklahoma school district said they wanted to send a clear warning to protect against potential attacks, so they put up signs on Monday alerting that staff members could be carrying guns.

    The signs were erected at public schools in Okay, according to the Muskogee Phoenix. The town's police department was reportedly disbanded in 2014, and even though sheriff's deputies are available, Superintendent Charles McMahan says that may not be enough.

    "We don't want to be a soft target," he told the newspaper.

    One sign reads, "ATTENTION: Please be aware that certain staff members at Okay Public Schools can be legally armed and may use whatever force is necessary to protect our students."

    more here at Fox News


     

    Bernie Sanders To Appear on SNL




    thehill
    Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders will reportedly make an appearance on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” this weekend, sources told The Washington Post

    The episode is being hosted by comedian Larry David, who has drawn rave reviews for his portrayal of the Vermont senator. 
    Other 2016 candidates to appear on the comedy sketch show this cycle include Sanders’s Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, and Republican primary front-runner Donald Trump, who hosted the show last November.

    Neither the Sanders campaign or SNL would confirm the report

     

    4.49 Million Watch Democratic Debate on MSNBC


    The lowest ratings of any debate (Republican or Democrat) so far.

    One week ago, the Republican debate on Fox News, minus Donald Trump got 12.4 Million viewers.

    adweek.com
    The fifth democratic debate of this cycle was watched by 4.49 million viewers, the lowest so far of this cycle. Moderated by Chuck Todd and Rachel Maddow, and airing on MSNBC, the 2-hour debate drew 1.21 million in the A25-54 demo.

    Even though it was announced last week, the debate between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders was only sanctioned by the DNC on Wednesday leaving little time for MSNBC to promote it.

    By comparison, CNN averaged 2.7 million viewers for Clinton-Sanders town hall Wednesday night. The least-watched until last night was ABC’s debate in December which drew 7.8 million.

     

    Bobby Jindal Endorses Marco Rubio: 'He's a Principled Conservative'...'Who Can Win in November'


    Marco Rubio has put out a statement thanking Jindal and calling him "one of the smartest people in American politics"

    (CNN)—Former Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal on Friday endorsed Florida Sen. Marco Rubio for president.

    "Marco can unify our party. His optimistic message is bringing voters from across the party lines, from across different demographic groups," Jindal told Fox News' Greta Van Susteren. "He can unify our party. He can win this election in November."

    "I think he's a principled conservative. I think he is the right guy to lead us forward," he added.

    Jindal, who also was a candidate for president until he dropped his campaign in November, also said he was impressed by Rubio's foreign policy.

    "Marco's been consistent about strengthening America's foreign policy," Jindal said. "Marco's consistently stood up to the threat of ISIS, radical Islam."

     

    Chuck Todd to Hillary: Can You Assure Democrats That Your Emails Are Not Gonna Blow Up Your Candidacy?

    Chuck Todd: We're talking to a lot of Dems out there who are very worried about the 'drip, drip'

    Hillary dismisses the email scandal completely. In addition to saying she never sent or received classified emails, now she says her emails are being tagged classified 'retroactively.'

    "I have absolutely no concerns about it whatsoever"

    Here is the question from Chuck Todd at the Dem Debate last night. She sounds pretty confident that she will get away with all of this.


     

    Trump Fires Back at Heckler Who Says, Illegals Are The 'Backbone of our Country'

    Trump in Exeter, NH last night




     

    WATCH----> CROWD BOOS When Hillary ERUPTS on Bernie Sanders at Dem Debate

    Remember the 'shame on you Barack Obama' video from 2008? This is kinda like that. The angry, mean, hateful Hillary Clinton comes out when Bernie talks about her taking money from Wall Street and the special interests.

    The crowd doesn't like it and you can hear the boos. They end up cheering at Bernie's response.

    VIDEO: