Just imagine that today is January 20, 2017, and on this beautiful cold and crisp day newly-elected President Julian Castro is walking up to the podium to assume the office of the presidency. What… wait… Julian Castro…an avowed socialist with in-your-face communist leanings is being sworn in as Commander-in-Chief…what the hell happened… how did we lose again…how…how…and why…
The ‘how’ is the easy part…the ‘why’ is a bit more complicated…but the outcome has sadly doomed our country for many generations to come.
Like I said, the ‘how’ we again lost is easy…simply…four million uber-religious and/or fed-up Conservatives repeated their previous mistake from four-years ago of either staying home and NOT voting or voting but throwing their vote away on unelectable third party candidates…whining like babies and deliberately defiant in nature all because just like in 2012 their candidate of choice did NOT get the nomination. And while ‘why’ we lost is somewhat for the same reason, this new loss goes even deeper, all the way to the media generated and perpetrated rift between secular Conservatives and religious Conservatives…that along with the cleverly crafted and highly successful Democratic pandering for the Hispanic vote I might add. Continue reading →
Wednesday, March 25th, from 2 to 4pm EST, RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS Craig and Diane present a very special show with their special guest ‘common sense’ Palestinian leader Mudar Zahran who will sound the last call for peace before impending disaster with the presenting, for the first time anywhere, of his peace plan known as ‘Operation David.’ Also being discussed will be the issue of Ted Cruz’s eligibility.
Ted Cruz was elected as senator from Texas in 2012. Yesterday, after serving two years in the Senate he declared his candidacy for president. After serving only one-third of his Senate term, what has Ted Cruz accomplished to win the support of so many conservatives?
Prior to entering the Senate, Cruz worked on the presidential campaign of George W. Bush and served in the Bush Administration as an associate deputy attorney general and director of policy planning at the Federal Trade Commission. From 2003 through 2008, Cruz served as the solicitor general for the state of Texas. In that role, he argued nine cases before the Supreme Court, winning five and losing four. From 2009 through 2012, Cruz worked at Houston law firm as a corporate lawyer.
Since the recent failure of the Republican attempt to defund President Obama’s executive immigration amnesty, much has been written, most of if it unflattering, about the future of the Republican Party. Many on the Tea Party right doubt the “backbone” of the Republican leadership and question their commitment to opposing President Obama’s policies.
What these critics do not provide is an answer to how the Republicans can overcome the Democratic filibuster that derailed the attempt to defund the amnesty. The problem was not “lack of backbone” on the part of the Republican leadership. The problem was mathematics. The Republicans lacked the 60 votes required by Senate procedural rules to end a filibuster.
Saturday, March 14th on RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS on CPR Worldwide Media from 11am to 1pm EST, Craig and Diane will discuss the newest developments in Ferguson, along with presidential eligibility…and YES both Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are eligible to run.
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.
On Tuesday, I wrote that a five-man team from Obama’s 2012 campaign went to Israel for the purpose of defeating Benjamin Netanyahu in that country’s upcoming election. One of the organizations partnering with the group spearheading that effort is the U.S. State Department.
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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Today, Saturday, January 3rd, on RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS on CPR Worldwide Media from 11am to 1pm EST, as NY gets ready to lay Officer Wenjian Liu to rest, Craig and Diane will discuss the issue of race relations in today’s America. Also being discussed will be ‘January 6th’…the day Congress turns officially RED and what the ramifications can mean for us all.
Majority Leader McConnell and President Obama (public domain)
While some conservatives have denounced the passage of the “cromnibus,” a combination of the abbreviation for “continuing resolution” and omnibus, the passage of the annual appropriations bill is a good thing for the Republican Party and the country. It shows that most Republicans are serious about governing, and that they can work with Democrats to find common ground for the good of the country. Since the new Republican congressional class has not yet taken office, the cromnibus compromise should more accurately be viewed as the last hurrah of the Democratic Senate rather than a bill that sets the tone on policy for the incoming Republican majority.
Many conservatives opposed the cromnibus because they saw it as an opportunity to defund President Obama’s executive amnesty. Others wanted to begin the process of cutting government spending after the huge success in this year’s elections. The problem with these strategies is the same problem that led to the defeat of the Obamacare defunding attempt; Harry Reid’s (D-Nev.) Senate will not pass such a bill.