By Elaine Donnelly
Extending sexual misconduct to combat units
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas has been on the losing side of every vote the Senate has taken in his young career — the only senator who can claim that distinction, boosting his anti-establishment credentials and earning him rave reviews from grass-roots conservatives.
Robert P. George, who advised Mr. Cruz in the 1990s when he was at Princeton, said he is "not a bit surprised" by Mr. Cruz's voting record.
"He considers what he thinks is right and will follow his conscience wherever that leads," said Mr. George, founding director of Princeton's James Madison Program.