How I learned to stop worrying and love the cromnibus

Majority Leader McConnell and President Obama (public domain)

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.

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Conservative immigration reform is best response to Obama

 

Pete Souza/WhiteHouse

Pete Souza/WhiteHouse

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.

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Stopping Obama’s Executive Orders

ex o2 cover“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

RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS…LIVE…TODAY

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.

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Why Tea Party losses in 2014 happened… and why it’s still a success

David W. Thornton

David W. Thornton

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.

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Video: Kansas’ Pat Roberts warns US is ‘headed for socialism’

pat robertsAn incumbent Republican senator has said on two occasions that the United States is “headed for national socialism.” The Washington Times reported on Sept. 24. Sen. Pat Roberts made the initial comments were made last week at a town hall meeting in Dodge City, Kan. Roberts reiterated his to a reporter the next day.

In a Youtube video of the press conference, Sen. Roberts can be seen telling attendees, “There’s a palpable fear among Kansans all across the state that the America that we love and cherish will not be the same America for our kids and grandkids, and that’s wrong. One of the reasons that I’m running is to change that. There’s an easy way to do it. I’ll let you figure it out. But at any rate, we have to change course because our country is headed for national socialism. That’s not right. It’s changing our culture. It’s changing what we’re all about.”

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There is a bright side to Tea Party losses

David Thornton is a Tea Party supporter since the earliest days. This was the Atlanta 2009 Tea Party.

David Thornton is a Tea Party supporter since the earliest days. This was the Atlanta 2009 Tea Party.

David Thornton is a Tea Party supporter since the earliest days. This was the Atlanta 2009 Tea Party.

As the 2014 primary election season draws to a close, Republican voters have rejected the vast majority of Tea Party candidates in favor of incumbent Republicans. In spite of much ballyhooed and hard fought challenges against Republican congressmen, only one prominent Republican, Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.) was defeated by a Tea Party challenger, Dave Brat, who was not funded or backed by national Tea Party groups. The Tea Party losses may actually be a good thing for the Republican Party as a whole and could make a Republican Senate majority more likely.

As noted before in Examiner, most Republican officeholders are real conservatives. Charges that they are “RINOs” or “closet liberals” do not stand up to the scrutiny of their voting records. Nevertheless, Tea Party challengers leveled these and other charges against Republican incumbents in their campaign attacks from the right.

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Perry indictment part of ongoing harassment of conservatives

Travis Co. Sheriff

Travis Co. Sheriff

The news of the indictment against Texas Governor Rick Perry on charges of abuse of official capacity and coercion of a public official surprised the country and shook up the early presidential race for 2016. Debate ranged from how the charges would affect Perry’s chances at winning the Republican nomination and the White House to whether Perry would be convicted. A surprising number of liberals and Democrats have broken ranks to defend what many call an unconstitutional attempt to criminalize politics as usual. This is not the first time in recent memory that prosecutors have pressed charges against Republicans on dubious grounds. This harassment of conservatives is likely to worsen in the absence of penalties for malicious prosecution.

In Texas, the Travis County DA office has prosecuted other high profile Republicans. In 1993, Rosemary Lemberg’s predecessor, Ronnie Earle, indicted newly elected U.S. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison on charges of misusing her previous office of state treasurer according to National Review. Hutchison was originally elected in a special election and faced the prospect of running for reelection in 1994 with the indictment hanging over her head. She pressed for a quick resolution and, when the case went to trial, Earle told the court that he could not proceed without the admission of records seized from Hutchison’s office without a search warrant. The judge promptly ordered the jury to return a verdict of not guilty.

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They have a home but it ain’t here

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They’re coming to a school near you…and they’re coming without needing the required immunizations all our kids need…and the ‘they’ of which I speak are the ILLEGAL children flooding our borders by the thousands…the ILLEGAL children being dispersed all over OUR country who will now spread their diseases to our children who in turn will spread them to us…diseases we long thought had been eradicated in OUR country.

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