The email service provider, Lavabit, has been forced to shutdown after the mafia told him he either had to help them spy or face criminal charges.Given the nature of this statement, it seems safe to assume that all other email service providers have been coerced, through the threat of force, into spying on your communications.Lavabit issued this statement:
John McCain Twists Arms Fast and Furiously to Confirm Obama’s Nominee for ATF Director… “Once again, we must ask, where is leadership? Where are their staffers? Where are the floor speeches against this? Is Mitch McConnell the party leader or is John McCain the defacto leader?”
Defunding: Framers’ Remedy For Presidential Lawlessness
investors.com ^ | 7/29/13 | Betsey McCaughey
Posted on Tuesday, July 30, 2013 9:15:56 AM by cotton1706
Two weeks ago, the House Appropriations Committee stripped the scandal ridden Internal Revenue Service of nearly one quarter of its 2014 budget as punishment for its targeting of political groups and its costly boondoggles.
Shockingly, Senate Democrats voted to increase the IRS’ budget.
Last week, numerous Republicans in both chambers of Congress threatened to cut off all funding for the federal government as of Oct. 1, in response to President Obama’s unconstitutional stance that he can pick and choose which parts of ObamaCare he will implement.
On July 3, the Obama administration disclosed that it would not implement ObamaCare’s employer mandate on Jan. 1, 2014, though the law says the mandate “shall” go into effect that day. The administration pretended it was no big deal.
Townhall.com ^ | July 30, 2013 | John Ransom
Posted on Tuesday, July 30, 2013 6:58:35 AM by Kaslin
Punk’d: To be fooled publicly by the use of a videotaped or filmed practical joke.
On a March snow-day in Georgetown, Washington, DC, as America was still getting over the oratory of Barack Obama, the 44th president of the United States delivered a landmark speech on the future of energy policy in America.
(Before It’s News)
Republican Leaders Approve America as a One-Party State
By Ambrose Bierce’s Ghost
No longer capable of providing any effective opposition, Republican leaders and party consultants have agreed that the Democrats should assume permanent political control of the country.
At a June 25, 2013 White House meeting, originally announced as a foreign policy discussion, House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) promised President Barack Obama that Republicans would offer only token resistance to all future legislation proposed by the Democrats. In return, Obama would permit the Republicans to remain a minority party in Congress, run candidates in certain Democrat-approved Congressional races and allow them to continue to raise money for losing Republican candidates through Karl Rove’s political action committees.
Rand Paul Takes Shot at Neoconservatives (Video)
CBN ^ | July 24, 2013 | David Brody
Posted on Thursday, July 25, 2013 8:32:38 AM by Colonel Kangaroo
In a veiled shot at influential neoconservatives within the Republican Party, Sen. Rand Paul tells The Brody File the following:
“There are people who will do or say anything who are your enemies,” Paul said. “Those who believe in perpetual war are some of the most dangerous to our country, and I think they will do everything they can to try and vilify people who are trying to find a more reasoned approach where war is the last resort not the first resort.”
While he didn’t mention any names, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that Paul is pushing back against neoconservatives like Bill Kristol and others who haven’t had too many kind words for the senator from Kentucky.
by LAWRENCE SELLIN, PHD July 23, 2013
On August 22, 2012, Congressman Paul Ryan (R-WI), then the Republican candidate for Vice President, implied to talk show host Hugh Hewitt that he ran “marathons” and that his best time was an exceptional “two hour and fifty-something.”
An occasional exaggeration of our accomplishments is a human frailty and most often harmless. We have all done it at one time or another.
Culture War Has Escalated From Cold to White-Hot… “Wake up, conservatives — and Christians. We’re getting our rear ends handed to us, and we’ll continue to if we don’t do a better job of fighting back. I’m not just talking about electoral politics. Liberal and secular activist groups are as aggressive as ever and winning, energized and enabled by this most radical of administrations — and equally so by deer-in-the-headlights conservatives.”
Culture War Has Escalated From Cold to White-Hot
Townhall.com ^ | July 12, 2013 | David Limbaugh
Posted on Friday, July 12, 2013 9:03:37 AM by Kaslin
Wake up, conservatives — and Christians. We’re getting our rear ends handed to us, and we’ll continue to if we don’t do a better job of fighting back.
I’m not just talking about electoral politics. Liberal and secular activist groups are as aggressive as ever and winning, energized and enabled by this most radical of administrations — and equally so by deer-in-the-headlights conservatives.
The latest episode in this particular series of unfortunate events involves the Y’s rolling over to the relentless bullying of pro-abortion activists to evict Students for Life of America from its facilities.
GOP immigration plan devised by Communist Party
71% say the signers of the declaration of independence would be disappointed……. – BlackListedNews.com
Despite their widespread national pride, Americans evince a much more negative response when asked if the signers of the Declaration of Independence would be pleased or disappointed by the way the United States has turned out. Seventy-one percent of Americans say the signers would be disappointed, while 27% say they would be pleased.
Americans have become significantly less positive in response to this question, down from a high of 54% who said the signers would be pleased in 2001.
71% say the signers of the declaration would be disappointed x0d6xavbjuyc8nlbag1uea
Graham says immigration bill must pass for GOP to survive, weeks after threatening to kill it
americablog.com ^ | 6/17/13 | John Aravosis
Posted on Monday, June 17, 2013 8:46:35 AM by cotton1706
Only a few weeks ago, Graham breathlessly claimed that any effort to include gay binational couples in the immigration bill would cause him to withdraw his support for the legislation, effectively killing it.
Some of us at the time had been arguing that the Republicans were bluffing; that the GOP is desperate to get immigration reform passed in order to weaken the lock the Democratic party has on the Latino vote (a population on the rise in terms of its percentage of the electorate). There is no way the GOP is going to risk killing immigration reform for anything. At least not the Senate GOP.
Rand Paul: American taxpayers funding war on Christianity… “There is a war on Christianity,” Paul said. “Not just from liberal elites here at home, but worldwide. And your government, or more correctly, you, the taxpayer, are funding it.”
Rand Paul: American taxpayers funding war on Christianity
Russia Today ^ | June 14, 2013
Posted on Sunday, June 16, 2013 4:19:14 PM by kronos77
Appealing to a crowd at this week’s Faith and Freedom Conference in the nation’s capital, Sen. Paul said changes need to be made with regards to the expansive foreign aid being spent by the United States to fund countries he claims are critical of the most popular religion in the US.
“There is a war on Christianity,” Paul said. “Not just from liberal elites here at home, but worldwide. And your government, or more correctly, you, the taxpayer, are funding it.”
Sen. Ted Cruz On Being Obamaphobic For Opposing Amnesty: “Guilty As Charged” … “Well, it appears the Socialists just stick to the Alinsky playbook and believe that calling names will be enough to win the day. I suppose they didn’t get the memo that some Americans are just not “
Freedom Outpost ^ | June 12, 2013 | Tim Brown
Posted on Wednesday, June 12, 2013 12:46:03 PM by EXCH54FE
Well, it appears the Socialists just stick to the Alinsky playbook and believe that calling names will be enough to win the day. I suppose they didn’t get the memo that some Americans are just not intimidated by name calling.
It seems that Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ), yes the same Bob Menendez that was embroiled in an underage prostitution scandal, is fond of name calling. In the latest round of the use of “phobia,” which is really becoming quite boring,
Menendez said that Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) must has “Obamaphobia” because he stand opposed to the amnesty bill being pushed forward by the Senate’s Gang of Eight, which is doing nothing more than selling out Americans to illegals.
RUSH: Long Knives Out for That Punk Kid Snowden
Posted on Wednesday, June 12, 2013 8:29:01 AM by Yosemitest
Long Knives Out for That Punk Kid Snowden
June 11, 2013
RUSH: Let’s go to the audio sound bites.
We have the Washington and media elites upset about Edward Snowden.
Folks, let me ask.
Didn’t we just go through an election where we were told
that the youths of America had all the answers? We had to get the youth of America interested in American politics.
And that’s where this guy’s detailing of the process started raising at least my curiosity.
We had to get them interested to the point that they cared.
The youth of America, it’s their future.
The youth vote, that mattered as much as anything,
Today’s Toons 6/3/13
The Right Reasons ^ | 6/3/13 | pookie18
Posted on Monday, June 03, 2013 4:18:09 AM by pookie18
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(GyG: Now Just Whaddaya Think The Folks Think ‘Bout THIS !!!!!) ~ Rand Paul: ‘When Republican Party looks like the rest of America, we’ll win’
Rand Paul is the latest Republican to tell his party to open up to a wider range of views within its ranks.
“The party can be big enough to allow people who don’t all agree on every issue,” Senator Paul told an audience in California, a state that produced three Republican presidents in the 20th century but now votes reliably Democratic.
“When the Republican Party looks like the rest of America, we’ll win again,” he said.”It’s not going to change who I am or what I talk about but I think we can be a big enough party to include people,” Paul said at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif., Friday evening.In his Friday talk, Paul sought to define himself, among other things, as a Republican who cares about the environment.
Friction between McCain, Paul underscores divide within Republican Party
Fox News ^ | June 2, 2013
Posted on Sunday, June 02, 2013 9:18:13 AM by Zakeet
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul and Arizona Sen. John McCain are once again banging heads – this time over whether to arm Syrian rebels – in the latest dispute that underscores a divide in the GOP and intensifies the fight over what the party will represent in 2016 and beyond.
Party leaders are split over how to broaden their appeal to voters .
Paul, a first-term senator and Tea Party favorite surging in popularity, took the latest shot by opposing aid to the rebels – a key part of McCain’s plan to end the two-year Syrian civil war in which 70,000 civilians and others have been killed.
The Daily Bell – Thomas DiLorenzo: More on the Myth of Lincoln, Secession and the ‘Civil War’… “The Daily Bell is pleased to present this exclusive interview with Thomas DiLorenzo.”
Thomas DiLorenzo: More on the Myth of Lincoln, Secession and the ‘Civil War’
With Anthony Wile
Dr. Thomas DiLorenzo
The Daily Bell is pleased to present this exclusive interview with Thomas DiLorenzo.
Introduction: Thomas DiLorenzo is an American economics professor at Loyola University Maryland. He is also a senior faculty member of the Ludwig von Mises Institute and an affiliated scholar of the League of the South Institute, the research arm of the League of the South, and the Abbeville Institute.
He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Virginia Tech. DiLorenzo has authored at least ten books, including The Real Lincoln: A New Look at Abraham Lincoln, His Agenda, and an Unnecessary War (2003), Hamilton’s Curse: How Jefferson’s Arch Enemy Betrayed the American Revolution and What It Means for Americans Today (2009), How Capitalism Saved America: The Untold History of Our Country, From the Pilgrims to the Present (2005), Lincoln Unmasked: What You’re Not Supposed To Know about Dishonest Abe (2007) and most recently, Organized Crime: The Unvarnished Truth About Government (2012). Thomas DiLorenzo is a frequent columnist for LewRockwell.com, lectures widely and is a frequent speaker at Mises Institute events.
Daily Bell: Remind our readers about one of your central intellectual passions, which is confronting academic “Lincoln revisionism.” Who was Lincoln really and why have you spent so much of your career trying to return Lincoln’s academic profile to reality?
(ReBlog!) ~ “MORE AND MORE WEATHER MODIFICATION PROGRAMS ARE PLANNED WITHOUT YOUR KNOWLEDGE OR CONSENT” | NOW BLOG THIS! ~ GUNNY.G: AMERICAN !
“MORE AND MORE WEATHER MODIFICATION PROGRAMS ARE PLANNED WITHOUT YOUR KNOWLEDGE OR CONSENT”
September 6, 2008 Gunny G Edit Leave a comment Go to comments
“Since the late 1980s, these experimental weather modification programs have grown in scope and sophistication. The public has been denied access to this information, in most cases, and weather modification has usually not been reported by the media except on rare occasions. “
“MORE AND MORE WEATHER MODIFICATION PROGRAMS ARE PLANNED WITHOUT YOUR KNOWLEDGE OR CONSENT”
At a cost of eighty million of today’s dollars, AMERIKA was carefully
crafted by the shadowy ruling elite as an inoculation of the mass psyche
with a desensitizing dose of this future nightmare they have planned for us….
(GyG: WHAT THE FOLKS @ FR ARE THINKING! SEE READER RESPONSES!) ~ Did the IRS ever ask FR for member lists?
Did the IRS every ask FR for member lists?Posted on Saturday, May 18, 2013 10:24:12 PM by 7thOF7th
Did the IRS ever strong arm FR and demand member lists?
GUNNY G: COULD DR RAND PAUL TURN OUT TO BE ANOTHER DR RON PAUL ?
Could be that with this Dr RAND Paul has now crossed the line of departure from lesser of evils to the stature of Dr RON Paul!
Stonewall Jackson Died 150 Years Ago Today
Old Virginia Blog ^ | 05/10/2013 | Richard Williams
Posted on Friday, May 10, 2013 7:33:49 AM by Davy Buck
Stonewall Jackson was shot by one of his own men at about 9:00 p.m. on the evening of May 2, 1863 at the Battle of Chancellorsville.
After Jackson’s accidental wounding, his body servant and friend, Jim Lewis was one of his constant companions and comforters as he faced his final enemy.
By 2:00 a.m., May 3,
Jackson was . . .
The Rogue Helping Obama Steal America… “The deadly, almost under-cover assassin of conservatism in America is not the Fundamental Transformation of America-pushing Barack Obama and the Democrats but Karl Rove and his big-money financiers.”
By Judi McLeod Friday, May 10, 2013
Conservatism is the dead man walking in the politics of America today, and there’s no way to revive the corpse as long as Karl Rove is still at the GOP helm.
From the Truth-is-stranger-than-Fiction department: A brilliant May 8 piece in the New York Times by Thomas B. Edsall draws back the curtain on the forces battling for GOP control between the well-heeled establishment and passionately conservative forces, and it’s less than a pretty picture.
It’s the movie of our lifetime depicting what is happening in the underskirts of the body politic in a declining America.
But the May 1 revelation by the Republican National Committee that it had awarded a multimillion-dollar contract for data management and collection services to Liberty Works, a firm run by Richard Boyce, an associate of Rove, could inadvertently lead to the way out of the labyrinth that is steadily undermining the Republican Party faithful, and therefore some day stop disenfranchising millions of conservative voters.
Ted Cruz Has All the Right Enemies
Townhall.com ^ | May 8, 2013 | Brent Bozell
Posted on Wednesday, May 08, 2013 9:48:42 AM by Kaslin
Posted on Wednesday, May 08, 2013 9:48:42 AM by Kaslin
The Washington Post offered a splashy profile of freshman Sen. Ted Cruz on Tuesday, and the most surprising thing about it was a lack of venom. The reporter described “the self-assured, nonstop talker who won national debate championships as an undergraduate at Princeton.”
Cruz “honed his reputation early in his career as a dazzling Supreme Court advocate” and now “has bashed into the national conversation,” most notably in attacking establishment Republicans, who’ve called him and other young Senate conservatives “wacko birds.”
This story, however, wasn’t as surprising as James Carville’s declaration on ABC’s “This Week.” He was typically blunt — but in a wholly unexpected direction. “I think he is the most talented and fearless Republican politician I’ve seen in the last 30 years.”
Is immigration reform political suicide for GOP?… “Among the questions raised by all this is whether the liberal media spokesmen who urge such policies on Republicans are truly concerned about the well-being of the party. ” | Human Events
Is immigration reform political suicide for GOP? By: M. Stanton Evans 4/30/2013 06:00 AMRESIZE: AAAPrint27If and when Congress votes on a new immigration bill – whatever the “triggers,” timetables or other provisos – the real issue to be decided will be the same as it has been from the beginning.
That issue is whether the Republican Party, dazed from a daily pounding by the Washington press corps, will agree to commit political suicide by enfranchising 11 plus million illegal aliens on U.S. soil, the vast majority of whom will soon be casting Democratic ballots.
Bridge to Barry Movement….. ” In 1957, Senator Barry Goldwater got welcomed national exposure as a guest on the show. Manion talked Goldwater into writing a book that the he thought should be titled a “Conscience of a Conservative.” “
Bridge to Goldwater Movement
The Right Frequency Blog ^ |
April 27, 2013Posted on Wednesday, May 01, 2013 4:34:38 PM by TeaPartyJakes
Clarence Manion, the retired dean of the Notre Dame School of Law, became one of the most thoughtful conservatives from the mid-1950s through the 1970s.
The “Manion Forum” began broadcasting in 1954 and continued until his death in 1979.
In 1952, Manion would head the “Democrats for Eisenhower” organization. President Dwight D. Eisenhower named him as the chairman of a commission to study how to return to states the power that the federal government had taken away under the Roosevelt and Truman administration.
When Manion did not back away from his support of something the administration opposed, Eisenhower fired him. So he returned to Indiana and began broadcasting. The “Manion Forum” was an early victim of the Fairness Doctrine, when in 1957, the Mutual network feared Manion’s comments on a strike in the Midwest would prompt union demands for equal time
As a pre-emptive measure, they dropped his program. He caused an uproar when he called Social Security a “ponzi scheme.” He decried the cost of Eisenhower’s interstate highway system. He also spoke up for America’s religious traditions.
In 1957, Senator Barry Goldwater got welcomed national exposure as a guest on the show. Manion talked Goldwater into writing a book that the he thought should be titled a “Conscience of a Conservative.”
The book was ghost written by L. Brent Bozell II. But the publishing industry was not receptive, so Manion founded Victor Publishing Company, and the book launched Goldwater’s forward to the 1964 Republican presidential nomination and influenced the politics for generations.
What do you think about what Rush just said?… “…was going to do another “inaugural speech” like the one he did at CPAC four years ago when he famously said he hoped Obama fails.”
What do you think about what Rush just said?
Posted on Tuesday, April 30, 2013 3:11:50 PM by Yaelle
After the call, he mused that some evenings when everyone was asleep, he’d sip an adult beverage and think about possibly buying some time on network TV to try and reach Americans who don’t get info anywhere else. (Snerdly cracked that he could get that time cheaper on NBC.)
There appears to be a disconnect between widespread public discontent — e.g., distrust of the federal government, hostility toward Congress, belief that the country is headed in the wrong direction — and paucity of overt attempts to rectify the status quo.
Many focus on the mainstream media (MSM) — still the largest source of news for most citizens — noting that the MSM’s love affair with Barack Obama insures that negative stories — e.g., Benghazi — never get much, if any, coverage. The MSM’s misreporting of the news probably anesthetizes some who might otherwise be motivated to “throw the bums out.”
Reps challenge DHS ammo buys, say agency using 1,000 more rounds per person than Army
fox ^ | 4/25/13 | fox
Posted on Thursday, April 25, 2013 9:44:00 PM by Nachum
But as the Department of Homeland Security found itself publicly defending the purchases, lawmakers gradually showed more interest in the issue.
Obama: ‘Unimaginable’ Congress would ‘defy’ Americans on guns
Politico 44 ^ | 4/16/13 | Jenifer Epstein
Posted on Tuesday, April 16, 2013 11:13:02 AM by To-Whose-Benefit?
“The notion that Congress would defy the overwhelming instinct of the American people after what we saw happen in Newtown I think is unimaginable,” he told “Today” show host Savannah Guthrie in an interview conducted before Monday’s explosions at the Boston Marathon.
The Senate is expected to vote on gun legislation later this week, though it’s not yet clear whether there will be enough votes for it to pass. Obama has been calling lawmakers to try to convince them to vote in favor of tougher gun laws, The Associated Press reported late Monday.
President Harding Sends the Marines to Attack Gettysburg – 1922… “Once upon a time where was no political correctness about the Civil War. There were differences of opinion yes, but they were not exploited for political reasons like they are today.” | Veterans Today
Once upon a time where was no political correctness about the Civil War. There were differences of opinion yes, but they were not exploited for political reasons like they are today.
Throughout the ’90′s and into the new century many Democrats and Republicans alike competed over who could wipe their feet the hardest on Southern heritage to make themselves more attractive to the black vote. The Republicans have always lost big, and never learned.
A classic was John McCain playing Mr. Veteran, who understood about the sanctity of battle flags in the South Carolina primary. But Carl Rove just gutted McCain there. (Editor’s note: Ted Sampley told me Rove gave him $37,000 to attack McCain. Later, when Rove tried to get Sampley to stop, he refused. We miss Ted, cut out of better cloth than both.)
I remember so vividly, people with libertarian leanings cheering passionately that a new breed was coming in to change The Republican Party.
The Tea Party was taking Washington…small government, the Constitution…you know the rest…
Many of the cheers were coming from the younger generation, who really don’t understand how twisted politicians really are. That, yes, they will lie to you just to get your vote and support.
But, that’s what experience is for…the young, oftentimes, must learn their lessons the hard way. We all go through it.
(Gunny G: obamaism In A Nutshell!) ~ Howard Student To Rand Paul: “I Want A Government That Is Going To Help Me”
Howard Student To Rand Paul: “I Want A Government That Is Going To Help Me”
RCP Video ^ | 4-10-2013
Posted on Thursday, April 11, 2013 10:56:33 AM by Sir Napsalot
. Quite frankly, I don’t want that. I want a government that is going to help me. I want a government that is going to help me fund my college education.
I want a government that won’t define me by my FAFSA or by my family’s income.
I’m a dollar sign with a heartbeat in this nation.
Obama calls for cigarette tax hike of 94 cents a pack
CNN ^ | 04/10/2013 | By Steve Hargreaves
Posted on Wednesday, April 10, 2013 4:32:46 PM by Responsibility2nd
Anti-smoking groups applaud the proposal, but some tax experts and tobacco companies are against it.
The case for the tax. The tax is being presented as way to fund education and reduce smoking rates. It would raise roughly $78 billion over 10 years.
“The proposed tobacco tax increase would have substantial public health benefits, particularly for young Americans,” the president’s budget read. “Researchers have found that raising taxes on cigarettes significantly reduces consumption, with especially large effects on youth smoking.”
Obama is having great political success by opposing wealth accumulation. He’s doing it by attacking the rich. You might be a victim yourself! According to the president, it’s unfair that some Americans have been able to stash away more money… Continue to Post
Rand Paul Cautions: Republicans And Some Evangelicals Often Appear ‘Too Eager For War’
Mediaite ^ | Andrew Kirell
Posted on Sunday, April 07, 2013 11:15:53 AM by JohnPDuncan
“Part of Republicans’ problems and, frankly, to tell you the truth, some in the evangelical Christian movement, I think have appeared too eager for war,” Paul said.
The Rebel (Time article on Rand Paul)
Time ^ | Alex Altman
Posted on Sunday, April 07, 2013 7:19:14 AM by BarnacleCenturion
It’s his third event in as many hours, and he looks tired; his voice nearly gave out the day before.
Mark Levin Fumes After Obama Admits He Feels ‘Constrained’ By The Constitution
Youtube ^ | 4/3/13 | Mark Levin
Posted on Thursday, April 04, 2013 1:05:28 AM by Nachum
Mark Levin in fine form.
Republicans are upset that although President Obama released his picks for the NCAA men’s basketball final four bracket, he didn’t submit to Congress his budget for the next fiscal year as he was supposed to do by the first Monday in February. I don’t know why Republicans are so upset, since any budget that Obama submitted would be dead on arrival in the Republican-controlled House of Representatives.
Just don’t think for a minute that Obama’s budget would be rejected because Republicans are fiscal conservatives who want to follow the Constitution, eliminate the deficit, balance the budget, reign in federal spending, and decrease the national debt.
The budget recently passed by the Republicans in the House contains unconstitutional spending, has a built-in deficit, is not balanced, does not reign in federal spending, and increases the national debt.
Rand Paul-backed group attacks Republicans (Paul not cowering under pressure)
Politico ^ | 4/2/13 | Kate Nocera
Posted on Wednesday, April 03, 2013 8:19:46 AM by cotton1706
Sen. Rand Paul, the tea party favorite and possible 2016 presidential candidate, is raising money for a conservative gun rights group that’s targeting fellow Republicans, including House Majority Leader Eric Cantor.
And when one congressman complained, the message from Paul’s camp was: too bad.
The Kentucky Republican has lent his name to fundraising pitches for the National Association for Gun Rights, a group that says the National Rifle Association is too willing to compromise on gun rights.
Posted on Tuesday, April 02, 2013 6:19:43 AM by pookie18
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Carville: Pressure For 2016 “Prohibitive Frontrunner” Hillary Clinton “Unimaginable” | RealClearPolitics
Carville: Pressure For 2016 “Prohibitive Frontrunner” Hillary Clinton “Unimaginable”
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I have not met them. Now she is her own person and seems perfectly willing to resist that kind of pressure, but in terms of encouragement, I don’t think there’s ever been anybody that is a prohibitive front-runner for a party’s nomination as former Secretary of State Clinton is right now.
Rep. Conyers: ‘There is Really Only One Major Political Party’ …..Gunny G: … Alan Stang: “…RED FROM THE START…!”
Cybercast News Service ^ | March 25, 2013 | Eric Scheiner
Posted on Monday, March 25, 2013 5:39:13 PM by Olog-hai
Conyers made the comments at the March 12 event while discussing the need to focus on job creation. …
Cruz: Senate GOP ‘beaten down’Politico ^ | 3/25/13 | Kevin CirilliPosted on Monday, March 25, 2013 8:48:10 AM by cotton1706
“The biggest surprise has been the defeatist attitude of many Republicans in Washington. A lot of Republicans felt beaten down, and that there was nothing they could do to stop the erosion of liberty in this country,” Cruz told The Dallas Morning News in an interview Sunday.“I’m referring to those who have been here a long time and have suffered some difficult election results and who I think were discouraged about being able to get anything done,” he added.