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.
When President Obama announced his unilateral version of immigration reform last week, he had several goals. The most obvious goal was to divide and demoralize the Republican Party in the wake of its overwhelming victory in the midterm elections. Just as important and ambitious, Obama hoped to strike a stake through the heart of a burgeoning movement among minorities to vote for Republicans.
The effect of Obama’s first goal is plain to see. Republicans are angry, but split over how to respond to Obama’s amnesty. Some conservatives are calling for a repeat of the disastrous government shutdowns of the past while others are once again calling for the president’s impeachment. The Republican leadership will have a difficult time reigning in the various factions of the party and presenting a coordinated and effective response.
“But what I’m not going to do is just wait for the GOP to pass an immigration bill.” - Barack HUSSEIN Obama at Wednesday’s press conference after being steamrolling by the Republicans
Whew…we did it and we did it BIG! The Republicans are back in control of the Senate and have the largest majority in the House since the Hoover era. In other words, Barack HUSSEIN Obama and his failed politics and policies have, for the most part, been rendered politically impotent.
But true to form, at Wednesday’s press conference, Obama tried to blame everybody but himself for the Republican steamrolling his politics and policies got. Saying, “The election results are clear. I still have a mandate for my polices from the two-thirds of Americans who didn’t vote,” Obama just does NOT get that it’s quite the opposite…those NOT voting were his very own sheeple, kool-aders, and party loyalists. Continue reading →
Today, Saturday, November 1st from 11am to 1pm EST on RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS Craig and Diane will be focusing on all things ‘TUESDAY‘ as this is our last chance to right the Obama grievous wrongs. CPR Worldwide Media’s CEO and Craig and Diane boss, Michael Collins-Windsor, will be joining the show to fill everyone in on what CPR is doing to help get out the vote. Also, they will discuss the ‘IMMEDIATELY’ ordered release of Sgt. Andrew Tahmoorssi by the Mexican judge at 3pm yesterday.
2010 was the year of the Tea Party. It seems now that the movement’s impact was a flash in the pan, however. The once mighty grassroots effort flopped in 2012 and continued to slide toward irrelevance in 2014. How did the spontaneous uprising against President Obama’s liberal policies fizzle so quickly, especially since President Obama himself is more unpopular than ever?
In 2010, it seemed that the grass roots conservative movement would shake the nation and upend the Obama Administration. That year saw the Democrats take a “shellacking” as Republicans took control the House of Representatives in a landslide of historic proportions. The Republican class of 2010 included such notable names as Marco Rubio, Rand Paul and Ted Cruz.
RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS…LIVE…Saturday, October 18th 11am to 1pm EST on CPR Worldwide Media. Craig and Diane will be discussing the important issues of the day ranging from ISIS gaining ground, to Ebola and the new farce of an Ebola czar, to all things Obama and more.