John McCain’s Progressive Hand Is Behind The Purge Of Tea Party Detractors From The Arizona GOP By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
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If McCain had put in as much effort into running for president as he did in fighting conservatives, he would have been in the White House. One of John McCains big donor for remaking the Arizona GOP is out of state. Greg Maffei is from Colorado and while he is a steadier Republican donor (though he also donated to Democrats like Maria Cantwell, Salazar and Jay Rockerfeller) and he’s also a pal of Colorado gun control governor Hickenlooper.Read More
You will not want to miss seeing outspoken Kevin Jackson at this years 2015 SCTPC Convention. Below is an example of his writing. Please visit his website for more information. Kevin promises you will not be disappointed when you finally get to meet him.
Cornell Williams, President of the terrorist group known as the NAACP debates Kevin and David Webb, while on Hannity. Asked if Sharpton should be advising the president and mayor of NYC, Kevin laughed and said “No, he should be in jail!”Read More
Do you feel John Boehner has been a positive or a negative for the Republican Party? Republican voters nationwide overwhelmingly want their House representative to elect somebody other than Rep. John Boehner (R-OH) as Speaker of the House, a new poll from Pat Caddell’s organization Caddell Associates shows.
A whopping 60 percent of voters who voted for Republicans in the last election either definitely or probably want their member of Congress to elect someone other than Boehner on Jan. 6, when Congress convenes, according to the poll. The voters were asked: “As you may know the new Congress will select its leaders in January. If it were up to you, would you elect John Boehner to continue as Speaker of the House or would you elect someone new?”Read More
Ben Carson: It’s a ‘bunch of crap’ that Obamacare can’t be reworked By Cheryl K. Chumley
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Noted conservative commentator and talked-about Republican presidential contender Ben Carson cut to the chase about the fate of Obamacare, saying there is absolutely no reason politicians can’t unravel, reinvent or outright repeal the health care plan — and those who say otherwise are selling a lie.
“Health care is a gigantic issue, and there’s no question that the system was broken and that we needed to do something about it,” Mr. Carson said on “America’s Forum” on Newsmax TV. “What we did not need to do is create another massive government program, and we need to be looking at different ways of taking care of it, putting responsibility back into the hands of patients and to their health care providers.Read More
It’s not the economy or terrorism: Americans most alarmed by their own government, Gallup says By Jennifer Harper
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How concerned is the public about their own government and politics in general? The news itself is alarming: “Poor government leadership” on the part of the White House, Congress and combative politicians was deemed the “top problem in 2014” – more than the economy, terrorism, racism, the federal debt, unemployment, healthcare, immigration and a host of other troubling issues.
No, really. This is research from a Gallup poll released Friday and it is also the first time government leadership has been No. 1 on the list since the pollster began tabulating such sentiments 14 years ago. Interesting too that concerns over the nation’s “moral decline” is ranked in the top-10 as well. See all the numbers in the Poll du Jour at column’s end.Read More
The day after Republicans won the largest majority in the House of Representatives in almost 100 years and won a significant majority in the Senate, our liberal activist President claimed to hear the voices of all the people who didn’t vote. It was another example of stunning obstinacy from this President.
It seemed Democrats were melting down, Republicans were unified, and all we had to do was buy enough time to get our Republican reinforcements to Washington in January.Read More