Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin announced that she will travel to Washington, D.C. on Sunday to support and honor the veterans who will be arriving for the “Million Vet March” on the memorials.
Speaking at a rally for New Jersey Republican Senate candidate Steve Lonegan along with Mark Levin on Saturday, Palin denounced the Obama administration for dishonoring veterans by barricading the World War II Memorial during the federal government shutdown. She said it was “heart-wrenching,” “atrocious,” and “not right.”Read More
If you haven’t heard yet, President Obama is planning a big trip to Africa. The estimated cost of this trip is $100 million for a weeklong adventure to 3 different countries. After this news came out, many started to question the importance of the trip and the steep price tag. Well finally today, Rep. George Holding from North Carolina stepped forward to speak out against the President’s extravagant trip.
Holding said on the House floor,Read More
Sarah Palin on Thursday issued a blistering attack on President Barack Obama’s appointments of Susan Rice and Samantha Power as top national-security and foreign-policy advisers, lamenting, “America, we are so screwed.”
“We’re in for a helluva ride, America. Obama just named Susan Rice as his National Security Adviser and nominated Samantha Power to replace Rice as our U.N. ambassador,” the former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee said in jaw-dropping Facebook post.Read More
Dear Joe,Did you attend the New Fair Deal Action Day? If not, you’ll definitely want to check out Representative Mick Mulvaney’s inspiring speech.Read More
WHAT: Go to your Senator’s office with a sign or a flag (or both) and hold a sign waving protest outside the office, then deliver a letter inside.
WHEN: Tuesday, April 16, 2013.
TIME: Noon, local time.
Senate Democrats, joined by 16 Republicans, were able to overcome an attempted filibuster by GOP senators opposed to the current bill. Those senators could still slow-walk the debate, but the Senate will eventually begin votes on amendments — one of which is considered crucial to winning support for a final vote.
The White House called Thursday’s tally an “important” but “early milestone,” as both sides of the issue prepare for a grueling debate — one that is being waged in Washington and on the airwaves.Read More