Jeb Bush was interviewed on December 1st by The Wall Street Journal. He spoke about his possible (likely) run for president in 2016 and his possible strategy – It sounded like a tutorial for would be RINOs
On his December 2nd radio show, Levin spared few words about his sentiments about the newest Bush trying to continue the presidential dynasty. Listen to the above clip. Also referring to Jeb Bush, Levin was quoted in a recent article that appeared at the washingtonexaminer.com: “He’s very boring. He doesn’t elicit excitement and energy outside a very small circle of wealthy corporatists and GOP Beltway operatives. Time to move on.”
Schlafly: Don’t Let Republican Elitists Nominate Someone Like Jeb Bush
Author Phyllis Schlafly’s “A Choice Not an Echo” caused waves in 1964 by taking on the Republican ‘Kingmakers’ who seemed to ignore the needs of true conservatives. Fifty years later, she’s still a thorn in the Establishment’s side. This week, Schlafly released the 50th anniversary edition of her groundbreaking book (You can purchase it here.) She told Townhall why any candidate considering running for office in 2016 needs to read it.
Congratulations on your anniversary edition of “A Choice Not an Echo.” I know part of the reason you decided to do this anniversary edition was because it marked 50 years. But was the current political environment also a factor in your decision to release this new version?
“It was a major factor, because we have a two-party system in this country and I do believe we have to work within the Republican Party to get on the right track, since I really have no hope of getting the Democratic Party on the right track – and the Republican Party is still a fight between the Establishment, or the people we call the RINOS, (Republican in Name Only) and the grassroots. I want to activate the grassroots to realize they can be the dominant factor in the Republican Party and nominate a candidate for president who is our choice, such as the example of Ronald Reagan in 1980.” Continue reading at townhall.com.
On Tuesday night, one of Megan Kelly’s guests on the Kelly File was Milwaukee County sheriff David Clarke. They discussed Attorney General Eric Holder’s new initiative to end racial profiling once and for all. The YouTube clip below begins with Mr. Holder’s lecturing us on Monday in Atlanta, and then moves on to a discussion with Kelly and her guest who just happens to be an African-American.
This Small Business Saturday, for the second year in a row, Obama and daughters Malia and Sasha visited Politics and Prose, a book store owned by two former employees of The Washington Post, Bradley Graham, and his wife, Lissa Muscatine.
I can’t help wondering though, why Dear Leader didn’t patronize a different small business this year? Shouldn’t he be spreading the wealth around?
Posted at 9:14 pm on November 30, 2014 by Twitchy Staff
From the St. Louis Post Dispatch:
A 32-year-old man was beaten to death with hammers by at least two teens early Sunday morning on Itaska Street.
The victim was identified as Zemir Begic, 32, of the 4200 block of Miami Street. He had injuries to his head, abdomen, face and mouth. He was taken to St. Louis University Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.
Police said Begic was in his vehicle in the 4200 block of Itaska about 1:15 a.m. when several juveniles approached on foot and began damaging it. Begic got out and the juveniles began yelling at him and striking him with hammers. Two male juveniles, 16 and 15, were taken into custody. Continue reading at twitchy.com.
By Lloyd Marcus
After six years of putting up with his eldest son actively working with those crazy racist white folks in the Tea Party against the first black president, my 86-year-old black dad has finally begun to understand why.
A lifelong Democrat, Dad contributed to the GOP shocking victory in Maryland by voting Republican in the 2014 midterm. It has taken me six years to convince Dad that conservatism is much better for everyone than liberalism. Dad is old-school, with basic beliefs. Democrats are for the working-class little guy. Republicans are for the rich. Oh, and Republicans are also racists.
So you can imagine the challenges I faced trying to re-educate him. Dad believed that the Tea Party was racist because he heard it on CNN. I said, “Dad, I travel the country on the Tea Party Express tour bus. And they allow me to sit up front. However, I prefer riding in the back, because there is a large TV back there, and I can watch all the football games.” Dad chuckled. Continue teading at americanthinker.com.
Leaving aside passages in which he quoted a Chicago pub owner and a letter from a citizen from Georgia, President Barack Obama used the first person singular—including the pronouns “I” and “me” and the adjective “my”—91 times in a speech he delivered in Chicago Tuesday to explain his unilateral action on immigration.
But as often as Obama used “I,” “me” and “my” in Chicago this week, it was no match for the speech he delivered in Austin, Texas, on July 10, when he used the first person singular 199 times.
Continue reading at CNSnews.com.
President Barack Obama speaking on immigration in Chicago on Nov. 25, 2014. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)
You won’t need Common Core to solve this simple math problem:
(The number of people in this photo) minus (The number of people in this photo who are no longer in office) equals (The number of people who still need to go).
Hat tip: townhall.com
The great thing about Obama’s TelePrompter is that when he stops reading from it, he slips up and tells the truth.
The White House has argued that President Obama’s executive amnesty order last week was made well within the existing law. But in remarks in Chicago tonight, President Obama went off script and admitted that in fact he unilaterally made changes to the law.
President Obama made the admission after getting heckled for several minutes by immigration protesters.
Read more at dailycaller.com.
Posted at sharktank.com by Javier Manjarres on November 21, 2014
Presidente Barack Obama has followed through with this threat of signing a sweeping executive amnesty order for illegal immigrants with his primetime TV announcement that he would sign the orders on Friday in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Obama’s move was purely political, as he and the Democrats continue to reel over their 2014 midterm election debacle, knowing that jamming through amnesty for illegal immigration would only serve set up Republicans as anti-Hispanic in the eyes of current, and potentially future Hispanic voters, if and when they decided to challenge the President on his executive amnesty orders.
During his address, Obama mentioned that he would push forward with his executive orders because the House of Representatives failed to, or refused to take up and allow a “simple vote” on the controversial and pro-illegal immigration “Gang of 8″ Senate bill cosponsored by Florida Senator Marco Rubio, which Obama said was a fair “compromise.”
Read more at sharktank.com.
November 25th, 2014 • Officer Darren Wilson broke his silence on the shooting death of Michael Brown. Mayor Rudy Giuliani weighs in with Fox News host Megyn Kelly.
Note in the above video clip, that while Obama is talking about not smashing car windows, etc., the mob in Ferguson is trashing a police car.
Obama just gave his response to the grand jury saying Wilson has violated no law. His response was infuriating, typical, and race baiting just like usual. At one point, he even said he wants to “seize the moment” to push his racial agenda.
Barack Obama is the Divider in Chief. His goal is to divide Americans to keep some demographics strong for the Democrat party for political gain. It’s a typical liberal strategy and it’s sickening.
Let’s look at the points he made:
1. Refused to Say Wilson’s Name.
Perhaps the first sign it was going to be a racially dividing speech was the first few sentences when he refused to mention Officer Wilson by name. Instead, he referred to it as the ruling regarding the death of Michael Brown.
2. Brought Up the “Rule of Law.”
Really? Really, you total fraud?
3. Used Dramatic Language to Describe Protesters.
He said, “There are Americans who agree with it and there are Americans who are deeply disappointed, even angry.” Note the different tone he uses describing both groups. It’s obvious that Obama is against Wilson.
4. Said He “Joins” Michael Brown’s Family.
Obama literally said, “I Join Michael Brown’s Family.” This was completely unnecessary and wrong. Instead of simply calling for peace, he wants to make it clear which side he’s on. This is NOT a federal issue, but of course, he couldn’t care less.
Read more at conservative tribune.com. (Includes video of Obama’s full nine and one half minute statement)
Read this post and weep (or laugh) HERE
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn) revealed on Saturday that Republican leadership, led by Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-Oh), has no intention of resisting President Obama’s executive amnesty that he ordered on Thursday.
Read the full article at breitbart.com.