Scott Walker, the Republican governor of Wisconsin, has generated much buzz as a potential presidential candidate since he addressed the Freedom Summit in Des Moines, Iowa on January 24. Walker has jumped to the front of a crowded Republican field and may be uniquely qualified to unite the various factions of the Republican Party.
There are a number of factions within the GOP, the two most obvious being the establishment and the Tea Party. In addition to these groups, there are also religious conservatives, foreign policy conservatives, and libertarians. Most of the potential Republican nominees are championed by only one or two of these groups. For example, Chris Christie and Jeb Bush fall into the establishment category. Ted Cruz, Ben Carson and Sarah Palin are prominent candidates from the Tea Party. Mike Huckabee and Rick Santorum have the support of the religious wing of the GOP. Rand Paul is the obvious libertarian choice and no strong foreign policy candidates have yet emerged. Scott Walker is one of few candidates with the potential to bridge the divides between these groups.
The two men who formed the 2012 Republican presidential ticket both made decisions this week about whether to launch presidential campaigns in 2016. On Monday, Paul Ryan, the candidate for vice president in 2012, made an announcement about his intentions for 2016. At about the same time, word began to leak out about Mitt Romney’s intentions. The men seem to have reached different conclusions about what paths they would take in 2016.
On Monday, in an interview with NBC News, Rep. Ryan (R-Wis.) said that he feels that he can make a “bigger difference” in his role as Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee than as one of many Republican candidates in what will likely be a crowded field.
Today, on RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS on CPR Worldwide Media from 2 to 4pm EST, Craig and Diane will discuss the ramifications of John Boehner again being elected Speaker of the House, yet another cop shooting in NYC along with de Blasio’s reaction, and other import issues affecting us all.
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Who’s Kirby Delauter, you ask? Delauter happens to be a member of the Frederick County, Maryland, Council. Recently, Delauter threw a hissy fit and threatened a Frederick News Post reporter who dared to mention him in a news article. In short, Delauter thinks he’s immune from being mentioned in the media. You can catch up on that — and the smackdown that took place here.
Delauter, who, by the way, happens to be a Republican, ended up becoming a laughing stock on the Internet, and the focus of a parody account on Twitter.
Today, Saturday, December 27th on RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS on CPR Worldwide Media from 11am to 1pm EST, Craig and Diane will discuss the newest happenings with ObamaCare, the recent shooting of yet another black thug in Missouri, the psychology of thug culture, as well as other important issues of the day.
Today, December 6th on RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS on CPR Worldwide Media from 11am to 1pm EST, Craig and Diane will tackle the racially charged grand jury decision in NY’s infamous police ‘chokehold’ case, and Hillary’s now come back to haunt ‘empathy for our enemies’ remarks that just might end her quest for the presidency.
An accident of the calendar may prevent Rand from running in 2016
Election Day 2014 brought a lot of good news for Republicans, but for one Republican, it wasn’t quite good enough. Rand Paul, the junior senator from Kentucky, had to be disappointed that the Republican sweep didn’t extend to Kentucky’s House of Representatives. For Paul, this means more than partisan disappointment; it may well destroy any chance he has of becoming president.
Rand Paul, the son of libertarian and sometimes Republican, Ron Paul, was elected to the U.S. Senate in the Tea Party victories of 2010. Like his father, a perennial presidential candidate in his own right, the younger Paul seems to have had his eyes set on the White House from his first days in the Senate. He was a founder of the Senate Tea Party caucus and, perhaps following his father’s lead, has emerged as a vocal critic of U.S. foreign policy. He emerged as a political star in March 2013 with a 12 hour filibuster of President Obama’s nomination of John Brennan as CIA director. The filibuster, inspired by Paul’s opposition to President Obama’s use of drones, lasted 12 hours and 52 minutes on a slow news day and catapulted Sen. Paul into the limelight.
Today, Saturday, November 29th on RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS from 11am to 1pm on CPR Worldwide Media, Craig and Diane will do a wrap-up of the weeks major events…from the Ferguson decision and ensuing riots, to Chuck Hagel’s resignation, to yesterday’s newest abomination of Obama giving social security benefits to ILLEGALS.
“Everybody agrees that our immigration system is broken. Unfortunately, Washington has allowed the problem to fester for too long.”
– Barack HUSSEIN Obama on the announcement that he would unilaterally initiate immigration reform
NO Obama…NOT everyone agrees with you…in fact two out of three Americans do NOT agree with you and told you so on November 4th but hey, why should ‘We the People’s’ wants mean anything to you…after all, they NEVER have before.
And so now with ‘his pen and his phone’ lame duck President Barack HUSSEIN Obama…who looked a bit odd and quite glassy-eyed before the cameras…will go as far as he can under the radar of the law to “fix” an immigration system that in reality is NOT actually broken…it’s just that the laws currently on the books are deliberately and with malice NOT being enforced by Obama and his administration. Continue reading →
Today, Saturday, November 15th from 11am to 1pm EST on RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS on CPR Worldwide Media Craig and Diane will discuss the newest developments in the Grand Jury delay along with the probable impending riots in Ferguson MO, Obama’s upcoming executive order concerning amnesty and his possible impeachment, and other important issues of the day.