Saturday, October 20, 2018

Florida town infamous for speed traps disbanding police force

WALDO, Fla. -- The City Council of a tiny north Florida town known as one of the nation's worst speed traps has voted to...

The Roar of the Forgotten Man and Woman

Michael Johns spoke to the Cornell Political Union at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, on the promise of Donald Trump’s Presidency.

2016 Republican Candidates: Why there is only one who can win The White House

The year has barely begun and already 2016 Presidential hopefuls are making moves, setting things up, and jockeying for position. Right now it seems...

Freedom Caucus functions as a Tea Party firewall

Some of the bill's most visible opponents outside the House, from Rand Paul to Ted Cruz to Sean Hannity, were vocal Tea Party supporters.

McCain Wages ‘All-Out War’ to Rid Arizona GOP of Tea Party

  By Melanie Batley Arizona GOP Sen. John McCain's team is on a campaign to rid the Arizona Republican Party of tea party officials, replacing them...

Support Sheriff Joe and his Call for Congressional Investigation of Fraudulent Documents

SUPPORT SHERIFF JOE AND HIS CALL FOR CONGRESSIONAL  INVESTIGATION OF FRAUDULENT DOCUMENTS A Greater Phoenix Tea Party Patriots Event   CELEBRITY THEATRE   SAT, SEPT 22, 2012 FEATURED GUESTS/SPEAKERS ADDITIONAL SPEAKERS: Mike...

Giuliani: Tea Party Is ‘Respectable’, But ‘A Little Crazy’

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani expressed some mixed feelings about the Tea Party Monday, saying that the movement had honest intentions but had been marred by some select members who were “a little crazy,

Jill Stein Drops Pennsylvania State Wide Recount Suit, But it is Not Over!

Jill Stein stopped her statewide recount push in the Keystone State. However, she is continuing recount bids in individual districts. Her main claim for...
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The Eight-Hundred-Pound Gorilla

There’s an eight-hundred-pound gorilla in the room, and Donald Trump is exposing it. With the fiasco in Colorado, the hypocrisy of the RNC is...

Donald Trump taps Tea Party Republican Mick Mulvaney as budget director

President-elect Donald Trump has tapped South Carolina Rep. Mick Mulvaney — a deeply conservative proponent of federal spending cuts — as his White House budget director, several transition team officials announced Friday.

John McCain’s Doublethink

“I reject accusations that his policies and beliefs make him unworthy to lead America or opposed to its founding ideals,” wrote Sen. John McCain of President Obama in the Washington Post. “And I reject accusations that Americans who vigorously oppose his policies are less intelligent, compassionate or just than those who support them,” said McCain of the Tea Party.

Obama’s Mother Bachmann Problem

Since officially announcing her intention to seek the GOP nomination for president, Michelle Bachmann has seen her favorability ratings rise against the media’s favorite establishment Republican, Ted Kennedy’s former governor Mitt Romney. And the media is not pleased. Appearing on ABC’s “This Week,” host George Stephanopoulos issued a thinly veiled warning to Bachmann and the 23 foster children she helped raise. “I know you want to shield them,” said Stephanopoulos, “but are they prepared and are you prepared for the loss of privacy that comes with the presidential campaign? And is that something you are concerned about for them?
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Washington State Legislators Introduce NDAA Nullification Bill

With the introduction of the Washington State Preservation of Liberty Act, Evergreen State legislators have the opportunity to exercise their right and duty, and interpose on behalf of their citizens to halt a deliberate, palpable, and dangerous exercise of federal power.

Dems to Fund Tea Party Candidates Against McConnell to Help Judd

Intent on splitting the Republican Party – exploiting seams on illegal immigration and gun control, to start – Democratic leaders have hit upon a new strategy to destroy any semblance of Republican coherence: backing Tea Party candidates they believe will fail, and in the process, weakening whoever wins the Republican primary in a general election. It’s a Machiavellian maneuver meant to sow the seeds of discord.

Congress Passes Law Permanently Banning Internet Taxes

In a 75-20 vote Thursday, the Senate agreed to place a permanent ban on state and local Internet taxes. A provision in a larger bipartisan...

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