Who will protect the nation, if not us? By SEN. JEFF SESSIONS Nov. 10, 2014 On Election Day, Americans roared in protest against the President’s open-borders extremism. They rallied behind candidates who will defend the rule of law and put … Continue reading
Way to go, Ted! By David A. Fahrenthold, Published: October 4 E-mail the writer Why in the world would Ted Yoho ever back down?“This one is from a 72-year-old lady: ‘Way to go, tiger,’ ” said Yoho (R-Fla.), a freshman congressman. In … Continue reading
By Allen West Let me take a few moments to simply explain what has happened in Washington DC. Once the President signs something into law, it is supposed to apply to everyone, unless that president is Obama. He has granted … Continue reading
#Obamacare: Delaware Hospice laid off 52 people. I guess pain pills are cheaper than employees. http://t.co/38C6OgiqJS #MakeDCListen #tcot — Alan Berkelhammer (@AlanBerkelham) October 2, 2013
Senator Ted Cruz (R Texas) appeared on Sunday’s Meet the Press. This man is the real deal. David Gregory challenged him with every talking point he could think of. But the senator didn’t need talking points; he just responded with … Continue reading
By Doug Giles / 29 September 2013 I was told as a young squab growing up in west Texas that life is about compromises—finding a happy medium between two parties in any given situation so that neither party feels like … Continue reading
(Post continues below video) In advance of today’s votes on keeping the government open, paying our troops, and stopping as much of ObamaCare as possible, our latest video – “Fairness For All” – underscores why Senate Democrats should follow our … Continue reading
Louisiana Senator Elbert Guillory (R-Opelousas) recently switched from the Democrat Party to the Republican Party. Guillory often talks about how the welfare state is only a mechanism for politicians to control the black community.