Ted Cruz Says He is Running for President

  From Breitbart: It’s official: Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is running for President in 2016. He made the announcement on his Twitter account: Ted Cruz        ✔ @tedcruz Follow I’m running for President and I hope to earn your support! The tweet included a short 30 second video with Cruz narrating, saying that it was “a time for truth, a time to rise to the challenge, just as Americans have always done.” “I believe in America and her people, and I believe we can stand up and restore her promise,” Cruz continues. “It’s going to take a new generation of courageous conservatives to … Continue reading

Rep. Lee Zeldin: Who IS Behind Group Hoping to Oust Netanyahu

On Judge Jeanine Pirro’s program last night she has Rep. Lee Zeldin on who speaks to the campaign to oust Bibi Netanyahu and the US/Iran nuke talks. Looks like we have at least a few electeds that are willing to bring a fight to the White House. ~ Hardnox

Absolutely Ludicrous – More Illegals in Jail Released

  It totally blows my mind the irresponsibility of ICE!!!   WHAT OR WHO ARE THESE GUYS??  Democrats I hope you can not sleep at all at night.  You and your ilk of Obama’ bootlickers pushed and shoved congress to get this crap through giving DHS $38billion plus in budget for WHAT?? So our citizens can be robbed, raped, killed as your ICE incompetents gather and release illegal immigrants that YOU guys deem citizenship worthy. The irresponsibility of Democrats in congress caused this. Now FIX it. May these worthy new citizens visit each of you rather than innocent citizens! ICE … Continue reading

Respect to Rubio and Cotton for Standing Up For Israel

The video below is worth every minute to view if you haven’t seen it yet..  Senators Marco Rubio and Tom Cotton have called Obama out on his shameful treatment of Israel. It does my heart good to see these guys taking on without fear the machine of Obama.  Even after all the harrassment over the Iran letter, these guys are showing uncommon courage and fortitude. They have my respect and admiration for their speeches. By the time they finished, Obama had many years of disrespect and animosity toward Israel brought to light. In addition, Senator Cotton made some harsh statements … Continue reading

Reid-No Federal Funding for Abortion-Sandbox Politics

The Democrats Despicable Filibuster National Review THE EDITORS March 18, 2015 12:23 PM Abortion has been legal throughout the United States for 42 years, and for nearly 40 years Congress has repeatedly authorized general prohibitions on the use of public funds to pay for it through legislative language called the Hyde amendment, named for Illinois Republican Henry Hyde.  Hyde-amendment language or similar provisions routinely are attached to appropriations bills and to other legislation to which it is relevant, from the Affordable Care Act to the Defense Authorization Act. Democrats have not only accepted this as uncontroversial but have positively celebrated … Continue reading

Is a Boehner – Pelosi doc fix deal about to emerge?

From: hotair.com, by: Jazz Shaw, on: March 17, 2015, read the article HERE: An editorial comment by Garnet92: Just in case you’re not familiar with the term “doc fix,” here’s a brief description: The doc fix is the term applied to a temporary “fix” enacted by Congress each year to keep an automatic reduction in physician reimbursement from taking place. In 1998, due to concerns of escalating healthcare costs, Medicare payments for physicians were tied to a Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) formula. Unfortunately, healthcare inflation outpaces general inflation and since 2002, the cost of physician services has exceeded what would be predicted from … Continue reading

John McCain Gets Some Devastating Bad News About His Future

From: conservativetribune.com, by: editorial, captured on: March 15, 2015, see the article HERE. It looks like Sen. John McCain might have to fight for his future if he wants to keep his job. It also looks like he’s about to get what he deserves. The news that Republican state Sen. Kelli Ward is considering running against McCain is good news to all conservatives that have felt more than frustrated with McCain over the years. This news seems to have McCain worried, Ward, a family physician, told Breitbart News. Ward is also currently serving her second term in the Arizona State … Continue reading

Even Democrats Seem Leery of Iran/ISIS

Published yesterday: from Corker comes a crack in Obama’s hold, proving it wasn’t only Republicans uneasy,just Democrats too chicken to sign their name to the infamous letter! From a few posts on web, John Kerry must have worried them during his testimony by talking about a short term deal and no strategy. Let’s hope that crack becomes wider than the Grand Canyon so maybe Congress can override a few vetoes and slap his fake highness down to lame and smaller than duck size! It has been interesting to see the comments on the Republican’s letter and laughable that O and … Continue reading

Alternate Media. Doing What Mainstream Media REFUSES To Do

We always hear the loony left saying the mainstream media is fair, and unbiased. Unless, of course, the “news” item up for discussion does NOT fit their template. Then, it is just kicked to the curb. Ask Sen. Jim Inhofe. Here is his story, in his OWN words, from The Daily Caller.com Setting The Terms Of Debate: Read This Senator’s Letter To The Editor The Washington Post Refused To Publish 4:52 PM 03/11/2015  By Sen James Inhofe, R-Ok     The Washington Post recently published an editorial attempting to discredit a recent speech I made on the U.S. Senate floor. … Continue reading

Our Air Defense Missiles

Here is another shortsighted (or deliberate) measure. I did a quick audit of executive branch outlays as posted on internet. Even My uneducated CPA eye can see the problem.  Surprise, Surprise! Guess which parts of his branch got more funds during sequestration and increasing every year to date. Did you say Executive general management, Homeland Security, and Attorney General?  Ooohhh yeah—- O was skirting around every law of the Constitution, funding Daca, harassing citizens through his Agencies, pandering to his Mideast contacts, as well as supplying billions of rounds of ammo, military equipment or office equipment to Homeland Security… BUT … Continue reading

White House Angry Over Senators’ Letter to Iran

The Weekly Standard reported Monday that a group of nearly 50 Republican senators have written a letter to Iran to explain how the U.S. Constitution works. The letter is “An Open Letter to the Leaders of the Islamic Republic of Iran.” Tom Cotton, the Republican senator from Arkansas who led the effort on the letter, invited all U.S. senators and presidential candidates (including Hillary Clinton!) to sign the letter to the leaders of Iran. Later on Monday the White House denounced efforts by Republican lawmakers to “throw sand in the gears” of sensitive talks over Iran’s nuclear program as “partisan.” The White House … Continue reading

More “Green Energy” Fraud.

As if there weren’t ENOUGH green energy fraud, in this report, we find out just how high up the food chain the green corruption goes. Talk about “absolute power corrupting absolutely”, this one takes the cake. And the Obama ass-kiss media ? CRICKETS, of course. Lachlan Markay with the Washington Free Beacon.com is the brave soul exposing this deceit.   Harry Reid Secured Subsidies for Aides’ Donors Nevada Dem brags about support for green energy companies as ethics watchdogs suggests influence-peddling BY: Lachlan Markay March 5, 2015 5:00 am Corporate donors to a green energy nonprofit operated by Senate Minority … Continue reading

Greta Schools Obama on Constitutional Overreach

From Western Journalism: Fox News host Greta Van Susteren took President Obama back to law school to remind him of the Constitution amidst the imminent Iranian nuclear deal. Van Susteren went ‘off the record’ to remind the so-called “constitutional law professor” that he alone does not have the power to single-handedly make a deal with Iran, according to the Constitution. “Article two, Section two, Clause two of the Constitution includes the treaty clause, which empowers the president to propose and negotiate agreements between the United States and other nations which become treaties after – yes, after – the advice and … Continue reading


Back from a brief break, time to get back at it. Whenever Obama has hired ANYONE for ANY job in his Regime, you can bet the farm THEY will be MASTERS of incompetence. In the battle over global warming, that incompetence, coupled with this Regime’s utter arrogance, lends itself to some REALLY good fodder for US. Sen. Jeff Sessions let loose on the Regime’s rogue EPA chief last week, it was a CLASSIC. Story from Cheryl Chumley at WND.com   Sessions dismantles EPA chief for ‘stunning’ ignorance McCarthy unable to cite evidence of climate change 03/02/ 2015  By Cheryl Chumley … Continue reading

Can We Keep Our Republic?

By Jon Dougherty From Absolute Rights: Our founders gave us a near-perfect system of government and then were forced to trust its posterity to imperfect beings, so it’s no wonder we have Obama, feckless Republican leaders and a constitutional crisis on our hands “A republic, madam, if you can keep it.” That is the reply Dr. Benjamin Franklin gave to a woman who asked him, upon his exit from the final day of the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia in 1787, what form of government had been adopted. These days, watching the leadership of the party of small government in action … Continue reading

After Netanyahu’s Speech, What’s Next?

From Breitbart: Following his stirring address to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will return home, having made his point about the dangers of the Iran deal currently on the table. The question is: what’s next for Congress? President Barack Obama has vowed to veto any new sanctions–and may have sown enough division in his party to prevent an override. Yet there is another bill in the works that, after Tuesday, Obama may find he cannot refuse. That bill is S. 615, the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act of 2015, introduced by Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) … Continue reading

While We Weren’t Looking Boehner Strikes Again

From Bizpac Review: House Republicans, led by Speaker John Boehner, caved in to Democrat demands and passed a “clean” funding bill for the Department of Homeland Security on Tuesday. The bill includes funding for Obama’s executive amnesty actions, a sticking point for conservatives. The legislation provides funding for Obama’s move to shield about 5 million illegals from deportation. Boehner and the Republicans who passed the bill picked the same day as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address before Congress — perhaps using it as cover to push the bill through with less major media attention. The New York Daily News … Continue reading

Netanyahu Delivered a Powerful Speech

I watched Bibi’s speech on Fox News where Bret Baeir and Charles Krauthammer were doing the analysis. As Netanyahu entered the chamber and was being welcomed by the Congressmen, Bret said “It’s not a state of the union, but it looks like one.” In his opening remarks, Netanyahu made a point to give a shout out to Harry Reid, someone who clearly cannot stand him. “It’s good to see you back on your feet. It’s true what they say – you can’t keep a good man down.” This speaks volumes about the class act that is Benjamin Netanyahu. He also heaped … Continue reading

Obama “Very Interested” In Raising Taxes Through Executive Action

  From Townhall: White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest confirmed Monday that President Obama is “very interested” in the idea of raising taxes through unilateral executive action. “The president certainly has not indicated any reticence in using his executive authority to try and advance an agenda that benefits middle class Americans,” Earnest said in response to a question about Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) calling on Obama to raise more than $100 billion in taxes through IRS executive action. “Now I don’t want to leave you with the impression that there is some imminent announcement, there is not, at least that I know … Continue reading

In Israel’s Hour of Need

    From Canada Free Press It is hard to get your arms around the stubborn determination of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today. For most of the nine years he has served as Israel’s leader, first from 1996 to 1999 and now since 2009, Netanyahu shied away from confrontations or buckled under pressure. He signed deals with the Palestinians he knew the Palestinians would never uphold in the hopes of winning the support of hostile US administrations and a fair shake from the pathologically hateful Israeli media. In recent years he released terrorist murderers from prison. He abrogated Jewish property … Continue reading