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Dec
29

Why Jeb Bush Can’t Bypass Conservatives
By: W. James Antle III

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Time to get ready to fight for a real candidate who will stay true to our core beliefs.How many times have you asked yourself what is it going to take for the Republican Party to start listening to “We The People”? Do you find yourself thinking what is the use in voting? Well you are not alone there are many conservatives out there who have decided enough with the Bush family.

Before Jeb Bush announced he was “actively exploring” a presidential bid came news he was just as actively seeking a way to avoid appealing to conservatives. (The Bushies prefer the word “pandering.”)

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Dec
29

Obama Ignores Black Economic Woes To Focus On Racism
By:Neil Munro

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That racial distraction has minimized coverage of Obama’s lame economy, his many scandals and his Nov. 20 decision to provide work-permits to at least four million foreignersPresident Obama is using racial tensions to distract attention from the painful impact of his economic policies on African-Americans.

The tactic was crudely and successfully used Dec. 19 in his year-end press conference, when Obama waved away a reporter’s question about the economic condition of African-Americans in the sixth year of his presidency, and quickly shifted the topic to racial conflict.

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Dec
28

Ted Cruz: Normalization Of U.S./Cuban Relations ‘A Tragic Mistake’
Reporter Al Weaver

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ted-cruz-tea-party-star-senator-elect-and-white-house-hopefulFollowing the return of Alan Gross to the U.S., Sen. Ted Cruz slammed the “Obama, Clinton, Kerry foreign policy,” saying the Castro brothers are “state sponsors of terrorism” and that President Barack Obama “does not understand the difference between our friends and our enemies.”

Cruz, one of three Cuban American members of the upper chamber in Congress, also called the normalization of relations between the two nations “a tragic mistake” made the comments to Fox News’ Neil Cavuto Wednesday afternoon.

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Dec
28

US Chamber of Commerce Threatens GOP on Immigration, Spending
by Dan Riehl

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US Chamber Of CommerceNot only does the U.S. Chamber of Commerce think it is the only reason the GOP won in November, it is now threatening Republicans with opposition next go round if they don’t lay down and give the Chamber precisely what it wants, including on immigration, increased spending on transportation, and economic deals that sweeten the pot for big business.

Naturally, the Wall Street Journal is there to carry the Chamber’s water:

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Dec
16

Sen. Cruz: I’m Not Trying to Play the Washington Rules, I’m Trying to Change the Rules
Speaks with Fox News’ Bret Baier regarding the President’s unconstitutional amnesty

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Ted CruzWASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, today spoke with Fox News’ Bret Baier to discuss his constitutional point of order to defund President Obama’s illegal executive amnesty.

Regarding Sen. Cruz’s effort to secure a Senate vote to defund President Obama’s illegal executive amnesty:

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Dec
16

Donald Trump on a Possible Jeb Bush 2016 Presidential Run: ‘I Think It’s a Big Mistake’
by Michael Patrick Leahy

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Donald Trump man on a missionIn an exclusive statement to Breitbart News, potential 2016 Presidential candidate and real estate mogul Donald Trump bashes Jeb Bush’s presidential aspirations. “The last thing this country needs is another Bush at the helm. I think it’s a big mistake,” Trump told Breitbart News, doubling down and expanding on his criticism of the former governor of Florida.

In a Monday evening interview with the Fox Television affiliate in Washington, D.C., Trump said,”[t]he last thing we need is another Bush,” reiterating a criticism of Bush first given to the Daily Mail earlier on Monday. Jeb Bush’s father, George H.W. Bush was the 41st President of the United States. Elected over Michael Dukakis in 1988, he served one term, losing to President Bill Clinton in 1992.

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