Mark Cuban‘s Advice for the GOPRush Limbaugh.com ^ | October 22, 2014 | Rush LimbaughPosted on 10/22/2014, 3:39:35 PM by KaslinBEGIN TRANSCRIPTRUSH: Mark Cuban has got the answer.
“Mark Cuban has some advice for the Republican Party: Drop the social issues. ‘If I was going to give guidance to the Republican Party, I’d say, ‘Stay completely out of social issues.'” He said it on CNBC today. I’ve been hearing that since 1992.BREAK TRANSCRIPTRUSH:
I can’t tell you how many years, since 1992, that I have been hearing: “The Republican Party better get rid of the social issues or it doesn’t have a prayer.” And the theory, here’s what Mark Cuban says. “If you stay out of social issues, then the conversation from that side will only be about economics, and business, and growing business, and ideas. It should be easy! The generation of sex, drugs, and rock and roll didn’t turn out quite like we planned, right? We thought we’d be like, ‘Live free.
Stay out of the bedroom. Stay out of everybody’s lives. Let’s just focus on business.’ It turned out to be the exact opposite.”By the way, there are plenty of Republicans that have stopped talking about social issues. They still get hammered with ‘em. The Republicans are gonna get hammered no matter what they do. The Republicans are gonna get hammered. Look at the War on Women. There wasn’t one. There isn’t War on Women, other than the one the Democrats conduct. There is not a War on Women. And yet it exists.
And it’s not because of anything the Republicans do. It’s not because of anything the Republicans have said. It was totally made up out of whole cloth.You know, giving away ammunition is not the solution to your political problems. Abandoning 24 million voters is not the route to victory. But it’s amazing how the smart people keep coming up with the same suggestion.BREAK TRANSCRIPT
California drought: ‘May have to migrate people'[out of the State]CNBC ^ | 24 July 2014 | Mark KobaPosted on 8/2/2014, 11:01:23 AM by LorianneIt’s going from worse to worst each week in California.Suffering in its third year of drought, more than 58 percent of the state is currently in “exceptional drought” stage, according to the latest U.S. Drought Monitor map. That marks a huge jump from just seven days ago, when about 36 percent of the state was categorized that way.
By Jerry McConnell Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Just recently while I was gathering notes here and there in an effort to truthfully inform my readers of what is happening to our beloved country and not the ruinous, distortioning terms of the far left;
I mean VERY FAR LEFT; I came upon an online column by Larry Kudlow for MoneyNewss.com, published on April 04, 2014 titled, “Charles Koch Fights Back” and it struck me that everything that I had been seeking was staring straight at me.
The Smoking Gun ^ | February 7, 2014
Posted on Friday, February 07, 2014 2:37:52 PM by EveningStar
Confidential to U.S. drone operators:
If you’re looking for Jesse Ventura’s remote Mexican hideaway, it can be found at 23° 30′ 57.08″ N 109° 28′ 41.17″ W.
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Biden: The ‘affirmative task’ before us is to ‘create a new world order’
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