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Republicans poised to take control of the Senate – ho hum

The buzz on Fox News Special Report tonight was that Republican Senate candidates across the country seem to be doing well, and it is becoming more clear as time goes on that Republicans will take control of the Senate. So. … Continue reading

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Don’t lie to me, Senator Rubio

I got an e-mail yesterday afternoon from Florida Senator Marco Rubio that rekindled all my negative feelings about him. Back in July, 2013, I wrote a post titled I’m through with Marco Rubio. The occasion was his attempt to push … Continue reading

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Is this what establishment Republicans really think of conservatives?

The Republican establishment crossed a line in their desperate attempt to rescue a crony in Mississippi. And I think they’re going to pay for this. I think we’re only starting to see the backlash. For background, Senator Thad Cochran has … Continue reading

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Ben Sasse – bucking the Republican establishment

I heard Ben Sasse interviewed on Mark Levin’s radio show before his primary election victory where he won the Republican nomination for Senate in Nebraska, and I was very impressed. Here is a thoughtful, courageous, highly articulate conservative of the … Continue reading

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The liberal Wall Street Journal

What we have in the country is an alliance of Democrats and establishment Republicans trying to push a liberal agenda onto the country, over the objections of the people, and with the Wall Street Journal editorial page egging them on. … Continue reading

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Republican Senate leadership is trying to fool us on the debt ceiling vote

I’m a fervent conservative and a life-long Republican. But if I lived in Kentucky, I’d probably work for the defeat of Mitch McConnell in his Senate re-election campaign, even against the Democrat. That’s how disgusted I am with how he … Continue reading

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John Boehner – losing all credibility

This is where we see real anger coming from John Boehner – not when President Obama is trampling over the Constitution, not when Harry Reid is steamrolling over the will of the American people, not when the country is hurtling … Continue reading

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The IRS and the developing police state

It’s frustrating for those of us who can see the unfolding of a police state here in America because so few other people see it. Now yesterday we had these new rules being announced by the IRS to help squelch … Continue reading

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Republican deceit on Obamacare defunding

This is the way they try to fool the voters. First they vote to give the Democrats the power to block the defunding of Obamacare. Then, when they’ve set the stage so that their vote to block it will not … Continue reading

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The disgusting, pro-amnesty Republican leadership in Congress

I believe there are many Republicans who, like me, are disgusted with what the Republican leadership is trying to do with immigration reform. A recent poll by John McLaughlin exposed how much we’ve been lied to by Republicans on this … Continue reading

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I’m through with Marco Rubio

I contributed to Marco Rubio in his run for the Senate in 2010. I loved his speech at last year’s Republican National Convention. I continue to get fundraising letters from him. But this last mailing I got from him, I … Continue reading

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My analysis of the fiscal cliff vote and John Boehner’s future.

The lead article on the Drudge Report this hour is about whether or not Boehner will keep his speakership, and there is a poll on the right side asking “John Boehner for Speaker of the House?” I voted no, and … Continue reading

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